Monday, March 14, 2016


posting some animations here for sharing on FB

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Monday, June 1, 2015

Pixel Art - WIP

storing space for some of the pixel art i'm generating these days

Monday, February 16, 2015

Kavinsky Animation - personal project

simple start

firing up this blog as it's the only place where i can post any animated files?

Saturday, June 28, 2014

temporary shut down

I dont know if this is a useful avenue for my art so i'm going to shut it down for the time being
as in not posting here furthermore

u can find my art at:

thank you

Sunday, January 26, 2014

January Art Update

There was an art show last night in allentown

at 4th and tilghman, I believe they (AG's pervert shows) are every other month now and i plan on participating as long as the weather is kinder to me.

I took to starbucks after work on wed due to the lack of interesting places to sketch or its probably that im just too lazy to look for a better venue.  But the hippy redhead girl that works there recognized me as a local artist since i had left a sketch in the starbucks tip jar one day so i felt compelled to sketch something and post it to their cafe bulletin board.

it's a Christolph Waltz that i rushed through simply because i knew that i wanted to leave something there at the cafe because i had been called out as an artist but i think with more time i could have been happier with it.  

but i moved onto working with something new this weekend since i couldnt get out to the art show

not so much a step by step but the steps i took

Saturday, January 11, 2014

Andrew Loomis - art instruction

to get one of my amazon xmas orders eligible for free shipping I bought the above book on supe-artist Joe Dillon's recommendation.

Loomis talks about form and line and their function on making an interesting image but quickly he mentions going into creating interesting compositions and i come to an art assignment?!

Mostly i want to share these paragraphs as an exercise in creating or finding interesting compositions.  Something i certainly need help with.  As i go through this book i'll share any exercises or findings or revelations that i may come across.

step 1: make a picture finder

step 2: find interesting compositions or just shoot your camera in random directions like i do

step 3: draw what you see (i think i went a bit far with the shading where the exercise might be to see how the forms interact to form an interesting composition.)

Loomis shows how the line itself, shapes and letters can be seen in some of the compositions you may encounter.

Creative Illustration is just another interesting book that I haven't yet finished, like...

and (recommended by another talented artist, Zafer Louisa)...

as well as...