Sunday, January 28, 2007

The Spirit's car redesign

I remember reading Will Eisner's The Spirit comics when I was a kid. I always thought his car was cool, so I decided to try to tweak around it a little bit. This is wha came out, something like a souped-up, yet streamlined 1940s coup. It looks like they're finally going to make it into a movie. Can't wait.

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Precious boy

I sketched my son while he was exploring his toys. Later, I inked the pencil drawing. Here's what came out:

Monday, January 22, 2007

The Skull of Life

I countinue with my studies of anatomy by nailing this photo-referenced skull on a large piece of paper with a charcoal.Finally watched Borat and had pains in my stomach during the hotelroom wrestling with Azamat, ha ha ha, I giggle as I type this.

Saturday, January 20, 2007

One day I might even finish it

Was always inspired with historical military art. I therefore gave it a shot with this late 16th century cavalry officer, or Hussar as they call it.

Sunday, January 14, 2007

Flight over a high castle


I made this speedpainting to look like an illustration on those old boxes for model planes. I'm sure you know what I'm talking about. I also like to include a small story next to the concept, because I can stress the cool parts of the concept itself, and make the whole idea look more interesting. Also, I'm a sucker for alternate history.

Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Belated Seasons Greetings

Yep, it is late, I know. Anyways, my New Years Resolution is to continue to practice more and try to get into the academy in Summer! Towards that end, I did this small face study in Acrylics based on Ingres self portrait from 1850s. I also submit here a small step-by-step. The whole thing is based on this thread at conceptart.org. Click on it and see what the challenge was about. Cheers!



Soundtrack: ECD Direct Drive - The Ready Made All That Jazz Remix