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The Kings of Swing [CD]

by on Feb.07, 2011, under Art, Illustration

Last year my father asked if I could help him produce the Album art for the latest CD from The Kings of Swing, a big band jazz group that he has been operating the last few years.

I know he wasn”t expecting much, some simple text and images, but I decided I would do it right and focus on producing a more appropriate image for the ablum cover, something that would represent the band appropriately and represent my artistic styles.

The Kings of Swing CD Cover
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The Lich Temple

by on Feb.23, 2009, under Art, Illustration

As an concept art and arena design test for Sunstorm Interactive I was asked to develop two different arena concepts for a 3d fighting game (ala tekken) with a small writeup on what was entailed for each arena, mainly one was winter themed and one was, desert them (or for them ice and fire elements). The first image is a colored illustration of one of the frames that was produced during the concept design stages of the statue and the rune pillars. [link to concept design post here] The second image was the cloud skybox developed for a quick 3d prototype of this environment.

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The Aquarians

by on Feb.23, 2009, under Art, Illustration

While interning at Meltdown Productions, I made a number of sketches, speedpaintings and illustrations associated with the game that we were developing. These two images are members of an amphibious race, the merchants and casino operators of the universe. They live underwater and operate above ground establishments. These are a few portraits of a some of the vendors.

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Random Illustrations

by on Feb.23, 2009, under Art, Illustration

These two illustrations were done while i was still in college. The aura monkey was a sijun forum collaboration, Rob H sketched out the monkey and I went back and painted it. This was one of the first digital paintings I had completed that was not a school project. The second image was one of a number of quick roughs I produced as a contractor for a studio that was producing a brand imaging package for the Zebulin Toy Company out of Seattle.

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Thank You Cards

by on Feb.23, 2009, under Art, Illustration

One of the many things we learned in college during the portfolio class was to always send thank you cards to people you interviewed with, so part of that class  was developing a set of thank you cards that you could send out to companies and individuals that you had met with. These were the first few cards I produced. I still often produce new one-off designs when I work with contractors or have a business encounter that warrants a card.

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Tribes fan art

by on Feb.23, 2009, under Art, fan art, Illustration

Back in the college days I played a lot of Tribes, so far as to actually create and operate a clan and clan matches. I made portraits of everyone in the clan, character concepts and other random things for the web. I think really these were my first official fan art pieces as everything before was came from my own imagination. I had lots of fun learning to translate people into cartoon characters.

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