Over the years, I have purchased several types of styluses in a futile attempt to turn my Ipad into a fabulous, portable, mini Wacom Cintiq. I have finally come to the conclusion, (sadly)… that’s just never going to happen… but Wacom is making the Ipad… Continue Reading “Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus 2”
I was recently asked to teach a digital painting class this fall at Huntington University. I have agreed to do this and I’m looking forward to sharing what I know on the subject. Being able to take the idea in your head, put it… Continue Reading “Digital Painting Class This Fall”
The carnival was in town, and even though William Wallace had an epic battle scheduled for the next morning, he and his friends still visited the face painting booth. …the last picture is a little something for Hearthstone players. 🙂
Last summer Magnus begged me to let him spend the night at my nephew Janson’s house. Against my better judgement I let him and look what has happened… a music video. What next? Dancing With The Stars? Good job, Janson!
One of the reasons I like our church is because it has an ARTIST OUTREACH MINISTRY!! Included in each weeks bulletin is a piece of artist sketch paper (labeled “notes” for some odd reason) and a complimentary drawing pen! Not every church would make this sort of effort… Continue Reading “Artist Outreach Ministry”
Last week my wife was on spring break which means last week I was on spring break and we all know what happens on spring break… pictures of little pointy eared girls happens.
That’s right… it’s a tiger… in the woods… I have a WORK IN PROGRESS posted over on Behance. To see it CLICK HERE.
This summer I spent a week in Oklahoma where I was introduced to some sort of game called Pathfinder made by the Paizo Game Company. I really liked the game art, so when I got home I had to put my own spin on… Continue Reading “Pathfinder Board Game”
As Edward Firefox contemplated his next shot he came to a startling realization… time flies like an arrow and fruit flies like an apple.
I’m pretty sure this is what an L.S.U. fan is thinking when they yell TIGER BAIT!
Frank Frazetta created a legendary image several years ago called The Death Dealer. As I was designing new board game images, I drew this picture in homage to that iconic piece of artwork… and in homage to my L.S.U. loving daughter-in-law, I named this fellow The… Continue Reading “The Death Valley Dealer”
Some felt that Sir Rocky Raccoon of Black Mountain Hill took unfair advantage of the rather loose jousting rules at the tournament…
General Moture’s surprise attack from the woods was truly a stroke of genius. Unfortunately, riding a turtle for the surprise attack was not a great idea.
Here we have a floppy eared… uhm… dog?… kind of a guy riding some sort of… uhm… ox looking creature. That dog is not exactly the sharpest knife in the drawer (if you know what I mean) …he truly is an oxymoron.