Tag: concept art

Braveheart

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. 🙂

Bug Season

Ok, well, judging from a little walk in the woods this weekend I would have to say we folks here in Northeastern Indiana have successfully transitioned out of snow removal season and launched directly into inquisitive flying bug season… and who doesn’t love that time of year.… Continue Reading “Bug Season”

Critical Mass

Time to release the flying monkeys…

Edward Firefox

As Edward Firefox contemplated his next shot he came to a startling realization… time flies like an arrow and fruit flies like an apple.

Jousting Peeps

Some felt that Sir Rocky Raccoon of Black Mountain Hill took unfair advantage of the rather loose jousting rules at the tournament…

Turtle Tank

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.

Oxymoron

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.

My 2012 Video Sketchbook

As you know, every year about this time I grab my sketchbook, step out into the limelight with it and if I see my shadow we all have six more weeks of winter… oh yes, every year about this time I also upload my… Continue Reading “My 2012 Video Sketchbook”

The Hobbit

I am currently waiting for a scheduled client call to take place and rather than get all involved in a different job and then have to quit midstream in that to take the call, I doodled this little picture out instead… and no, this… Continue Reading “The Hobbit”

Flying The Coop

This is for my friends on YouTube who continue to send me kind letters asking what my work process is. This picture started out as a doodle in my sketchbook. I scanned it into Photoshop, (CS6), made it a multiply layer and began blocking… Continue Reading “Flying The Coop”