This is my second year making a piece about the Best Visual Effects Oscar Race. It can also be found over on this website's Artwork Page, with a more in-depth workflow writeup on my Blogspot page.
For those in the LA area that love art and the artists that make it, I will have all three "8 Bit Legends" pieces, framed and for sale, in the "Shifting Mayas" art show next month (Fri/Sat May 10th-11th). It will be held at the Atwater Crossing restaurant and art space in the Los Feliz/Glendale area. It will be much more than a gallery show; there will be live performances and painting, appetizers, and the full dinner menu and bar of the restaurant will be available. I hope to see you there on Friday night (May 10th). Click here for the Facebook Event page, and check out the flyer below for more information:
2012 ended up being the best year of my life to date, and I'm hoping to keep that momentum rolling into 2013, starting with a new digital painting I made. It's a Star Wars Episode VII mashup poster, and it can be found on the Artwork page. I hope you enjoy it. Many new things are coming this year, including more blog posts than 2012.
Over Comic-Con weekend this year, there was a video game art show put on by my good friend Ben (aka "Mister Benja" of the 8-Bit Cubist.com. The venue was the top floor of the theater that featured Gam3rcon.Two of my 8-Bit Legends prints were among the awesome artwork displayed. More pictures of the event are on the 8-Bit Cubist Facebook page.
Back in 2003 I did an oil painting of three of my cousins being silly at Hilton Head island. At the time I had taken a poor quality picture of it with a disposable camera, but I recently received a higher quality photo, which I posted in the Artwork section.
Over the last couple months I made a mini-series of video game-themed prints for the upcoming PAX East convention. Exclusive pictures of the prints and an interview I did about them are now available over at 8-bit Cubist.com, so check them out!
UPDATE: The prints are now in the Artwork gallery on this site.
I am a Previs, Postvis, and Techvisualization Artist with over fifteen years of experience making feature films, commercials, and AAA video games. I work in Los Angeles, California and make visual art in my spare time.