Sunday, December 28, 2008
Ever since I was little I loved playing video games. Started with the Vic20, then atari, and then nintendo, and then Sierra's kings quest series on our home computer. But it wasn't until Monkey Island came out in 1990 that I realized that games can have a solid story and truly be a valid art form. I remember playing for hours with my father who isn't a gamer but immediately loved this game also. As soon as the sequels came out, I was playing them which finally led me to getting in touch with Bill Tiller when rumblings of A Vampyre Story had begun. Lucky for me, he liked some of my characters and brought me on board. Here's a little sketch of what my own Guybrush Threepwood might look like as well as a couple other fav characters from the best game series ever!
Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Saturday, December 20, 2008
We’ve all seen children’s creativity through their drawings that we proudly put on the fridge. But have you ever wondered what it would look like in color and rendered as if their little imaginations opened up setting their creations free.Here's a couple kids art commisions I just wrapped up. I love doing these. Such a fun challenge to bring these great creations to life! :)
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
Monday, December 1, 2008
Well the bad news is, I won't be posting any AVS sketches for a bit. The good news is the reason I cannot is that there will be an art of book for sale some time in the not too distant future . So in the meantime, here is a look at Mona if she were born in the era of some of the classics.