Been a while, hasn't it? This last year hasn't been great (for anybody), and I fell off the art wagon for a bit because of a series of technical issues. But I have a new tablet now, and it's not constantly arguing with (most of) my graphics programs, so I can get on with things! … Continue reading Star Wars — Nar Shaddaa Date Night
There's an odd thing that happens in properties (intellectual properties, or “IPs”, which encompass the entirety of published fictional media) which were created decades before our contemporary social and technological developments went from being fiction to reality. Things we take for granted are mysteriously never added to the official IP, and even fanworks which blend … Continue reading The Droids Have Ears: Surveillance and Technology in the GFFA
For a change, a limited-palette speedpaint of Ahsoka from the Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Rebels tv series. Palette modified from "Set Me Free" by kysces Pose ref Tony Dawson
Limited-palette illustration for an indie punk band's latest album cover. Band logo pre-established (only slightly modified to fit the style).
The final installment in the Wanderers of Mu Project player character portrait series. Aruk, the sear-wielding wanderer.
The "Sub-Men" are a proto-human race with near-human intelligence. "Ook" isn't really his name, but it's the best his human companions can manage.
Title courtesy of Carl Sagan Been a while; a lot's changed. I discovered that the worst thing about trying to maintain a weekly blog is trying to come up with things to talk about. I'm still writing, and recently shared a bit of my world-building process with some friends. Another friend asked me for my notes; … Continue reading “In Order to Make an Apple Pie from Scratch, You Must First Invent the Universe”
Wanderers of Mu Project's axe-bearing South Pole warrior
New image for Forteza Fitness' Spartan training team shirts
The original Chicago Combatives logo incorporating the Martial Blade Concepts triangle, Spartan helmet and Spyderco yojimbo blade silhouettes is by Jessica Wilson; I was hired to clean and update it with a Metallica twist, as well as providing a modified version of a host gym's logo for the t-shirt.