Some watercolor paintings and one oil painting of my little robots. Still hard at work for the comic book I’m creating with these little guys.
I will be at Tate’s Comic Book Store on May 7th for Free Comic book day to sell some of my artwork.
I have returned and here are a few updates. First the next conventions I am attending
1 for $3
2 for $5
1 for $8
2 for $10
Another item up for discussion is I am closing down my store temporarily in an effort to reorganize it. Any questions about prints or pieces I’m making, please send me a note and I shall reply as soon as I’m able. Follow me on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you want to get up to date on pieces I’m creating.
Thanks so much for your guys support and patience! Any questions, feel free to message me or send me an email to email@example.com !
I still live! I have made a major decision to try and get my Masters so last semester I got all my materials together to apply to two universities so now I am awaiting their response! Due to all the preparation as well as much commission work, I haven’t been available on this blog. However I’ve returned!
Two important announcements, I will be a part of two shows in the next two weeks. One is known as The Chocolate and Art Show. It will take part at The Wynwood Warehouse Project located at 450 NW 27th St Miami Fl. 33127.
Date: March 17-18th
I will debuting these wonderful paintings (Alice in Wonderland inspired)
The second show I shall be a part of is The Square Show located at Tate’s Comic Book Store. The opening will be on March 25th but it will run from March 25-May 7 and I shall be debuting this amazing piece SUPER SAIYAN GOD VEGETA! I love Dragonball Z so much and the new series Dragonball Super is amazing!
A painting I finished recently, no shocker its more stuff from Wonderland. The Cheshire Cat from Wonderland creating some mischief. He has items from other characters such as the Madhatter’s hat, the white Rabbit’s watch, the queen of hearts red roses, drink me bottle and eat me mushroom.
acrylic painting on black gessoed hardboard
I’ve been away for a while dealing with a lot of life changing decisions which I’m not sure I’m 100% sure on but I at least have decided how to handle the situations so that is why I have been M.I.A. for a while.
During my absence I have found a new medium PASTEL PENCILS! they are amazing and if you are attempting to achieve small details with pastels, I believe these are your answer.
The two pieces I did below are my practice with the pencils. One is a cute little monster and another is a mermaid based off the Leafy Seadragon
Another thing I got back into again is Dragonballz. In all honesty that was my first anime. It is my ultimates of ultimates and I am super happy that they came out with a series continuation this year as well as an awesome new movie! Resurrection of F is amazing so if you haven’t seen it, I highly recommend it for any DBZ fan. Due to my infatuation with the series, I have done some fan art featured below, two are with my pastel pencils and two are markers
I had another commission to create and this one was especially fun to create since it was my favorite topic: WONDERLAND! My take on the Cheshire Cat and Mad Hatter, they look like they’re up to some mischief
Acrylic on hardboard panel
9″ x 12″
Just a quick post of two things I’ve been working on. One of my projects that I completed was a piece of Alice Through the Looking Glass from Chapter 3: Looking Glass Insects. It was a really cute chapter and this was my take on that chapter.
Also my piece at Tate’s Bear and Bird Gallery sold! But now someone loved it so much I am creating another piece with the turtles so I’m pretty stoked. Here are the previous turtles and the newest ones I’m one working on.
For those in the South Florida area, I have a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles piece showing at Tate’s Comic Book Store (Lauderhill Location) for the 5th Annual SQUARE SHOW! The show is open until May and there were a lot of other awesome pieces to look at so if you have the chance please check it out!
Also I won’t have a convention until the beginning of April for Miami Hurricon on April 4, 2015. The convention will take place at Miami Airport Convention Center! It’s a very fun anime convention and it’s only $5 to get in!
More little monsters have been created! They will be added to my Monsters page soon.
I did some concept art for a short film being created by the UCF Film department and more good news they got their desired goal on kickstarter! This is one of the reasons I’ve been so busy and haven’t been able to post this past week. I only had this weekend to complete these two pieces. The life of an artist.
Above are one of the pieces. I created it in Illustrator and I’m so proud since I had to really learn a few new tricks in Illustrator. And below is another piece that I created with prismacolor markers.
Here’s a synopsis of the movie:
When an impatient gentleman refuses to wait for the simple things in life, it ultimately costs him his deepest desires. The Life of Mr. Crispé is a short narrative that will appeal to independent film lovers and an expanded entertainment. However, it will be praised by an older audience as a memoir to the lives of the impatient. This film is based in general suburbia, where a gentleman finds himself constantly on the move, yet, missing out on the perks of being patient. This is a small budgeted, low risk film that will be known as fun and entertaining for all!
I had so much fun creating these pieces for this short film and I hope to see more from these awesome people as the days go by.
I’ll be posting up some new little monsters hopefully tomorrow! However if you haven’t done so yet, check out my current monsters on my Monsters Page