Cartooning, Fan Art, Illustration, Sketchbook Pencil

Social Sketches – April

Social media can be fickle.  Often times it is wrought with shallow political slander, blasted opinions, cat videos, ‘clever memes’, and lifestyle selfies.  This April I delved in a different way to communicate through the post proliferator.   Continue reading “Social Sketches – April”

Fan Art, Sketchbook, Sketchbook Therapy

Sketchbook Therapy – Armor Up, Dont We All

JoshuaKeyes_ST_20150423_ARMORUPIntimate insight cannot be pried from a person, it can only be shared. – Joshua B. Keyes

Recently I saw a bit of news popup while traversing through social networking sites.  It was RDJ walking out of an interview he was doing to promote the upcoming Age of Ultron film.  The interviewer seemed to want to turn the interview into a very personal insight piece on the actor and his past, focusing it seemed much less on the purpose of the interview itself.   REF LINK

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Sketchbook, Sketchbook Therapy

Sketchbook Therapy – Errr

ST_20150423You might be a combat vet if you know two letters can communicate more than two books.

Kind of an inside story here.  Marines often say ‘Errah’ in a variety of ways.  Basically, you can mean any one specific thing, or a million.  It’s the the tone, pitch, texture, situation, gesture that defines the utterance of this one word .

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Cartooning, Digital Painting, Illustration, Indie Game Blog, Indie Game Design, Projects, Sketchbook, Sketchbook Digital, Unchosen Paths

Team Aegis

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Inspired by the original X-Com game and their alloy armor, I decided to spent a bit of time imaging my team of badass alien brawlers.  I didn’t reference directly the game, but purely went about illustrating the headshots from a sense of inspiration and how I saw a team of mine existing in a world where elite soldiers were trained to go head to head with an unknown and ever-present threat of extraterrestrial terror.  Continue reading “Team Aegis”