Backyard, done in Autodesk Maya. One of the earliest renders I did. I was experimenting with different tools in the program, including the grass tool, tree tools, and other plant generating tools. Based on a real place.
Based on the comic book series. Kick-Ass is created by Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.
… in different 2D poses.
Published along side my “Ordinary Life” comic strip, I did another series based on my days as a busser for a restaurant. At the end of the night, bussers have to ask the bartenders for any last chores to do before leaving. Sometimes they get lucky and not have to do anything else, other times not so much. This was the latter of that.
Back in 2010, I did a comic strip for the college newspaper. Each strip was a random story with a random event. This was the first strip in the series. I was able to get about 10 strips published before they stopped accepting them for the season. Afterward, I went on to do other stuff, and did not continue the series.
Been awhile since I’ve last posted on here. I’ve been away for so long, but I’m not dead. I’m here now, and I figured I’d move my portfolio from my old site onto here. The first picture up is Sierra, Nevada, one my earliest digital paintings done in Coral Painter X.