I’m really really stuck on Flight Rising today. Since I can’t actually PLAY, I decided to draw a fan-breed of whale-eel-seal dragons. They totally violate the “FR dragons have wings” thing, but eeeeeeeeh. It’s a fan dragon. I don’t care :B
So yeah, I call ‘em Bubblers, the bottom one is the female, they are aquatic (durrr), and are called bubblers because of their tendency to blow tons of bubbles to create things underwater, from “nets” to catch fish, to stun bursts.
They can also use echolocation like motherfuckers, due to the big shiny organ on their foreheads.
Aw yiss, bringing in weird semi-obscure nature facts to my dragons. Just how I like ‘em
And then sometime I just draw dragons.
One does not need a reason for Dragons
Storyboards I did of a commercial concept me and my team came up while I was interning at Arnold Worldwide. The commercial would be totally animated and contain no dialogue, and I’m really happy with how this came out. I’m a fan of the “commercials should be interesting and fun to watch and tell a story” school of thought, rather than simply selling something. Arnold was a great place for that preference, turns out!
What is it with me and writing these stories involving little kids and sea creatures.
Some work I did during my recent internship at Arnold Worldwide for Truth that I got the go-ahead to post.
it’s part of the “Ugly Truth” gif series, which is being made by a pretty wide range of artists doing some neat stuff.
The top piece is for the fact “Cancer”, while the bottom is for the fact “Fatherless”. They’re inspired facts about the Tobacco Industry, which can be read about on Truth’s website when you view the gif
Had a lot of fun making these, since I almost never do animation.
My final for Scientific Illustration, which was to make an illustration describing the life cycle of the Yellow Spotted Salamander. I really wanted to avoid the over-used graphic circle of steps look, and I feel really good about how it’s turned out. I think this is the first digital painting I’ve done in a while and damn, it was fun!
Designs I did today of the beastly cast of my entry in the 3rd edition of Head Cannon Comic Anthology.
Compilation of my favorite Life Drawing from my Artistic Anatomy class last semester
More life drawing, this time scientific studies of mushrooms for my Scientific Illustration class.
I can’t believe I thought stippling would be fun.
More scientific illustration work. This project was a bit of a bane, because it had to be perfectly to scale in every way. Took a few tries to get it right.
Gave a casual attempt at speedpainting the lines I did the other day. Kinda messy. I painted over a transferred trace of the sketch instead of the originals, so I might give it a more serious attempt sometime. Probably with a different color palette.