Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Little Red Concept

(Small shape and color study of the Huntsman's office and Red paying him a visit)

So here are my main characters for my Little Red concept where Red is a baker and the Wolf is a big, bad business man. The Huntsman is the lawyer that Red's grandmother hires to save her daughter from marrying this lying Wolf. I tried looking at Earl Oliver Hurst for the inspiration behind Red's character design. Oops! Forgot Red's Bakery and the Wolf's Office! I'll post those soon.

Franky Coming to a Close

All the layouts so far - I still need to make them fancier.

Monday, December 3, 2012

Done with Frank Character Line-Up

 Character Line-Up is done for now.
 Victor Frankenstein
 The Monster
 Close-Up of Henry's face
Close-Up of the Monster's face

Frank 2.0 Painting

Second painting - can't wait to put some real colors on this one! Sketches, acrylic wash, oil wash.


Nutcracker piece - started with sketch, then to acrylic and oil. Those birch trees were my favorite to paint :)

Sunday, December 2, 2012

Frank 2.0

Franky 2.0 started - acrylic underpainting and then I'll put oils on top shortly :) I'll also try and put some finishing touches on the character line-up while I'm at it.

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Fort Layout

Here's the final! Because Charlie (my imaginary friend) is a time traveler/cowboy/pirate, I have all kinds of paraphanela that he's stolen through the ages scattered around his fort. There is a pirate flag, a sculpture of Caesar, the Mona Lisa, a treasure chest, disco ball, dinosaur skeleton and saddle, and even a sonic screwdriver :)

Found that fort!

I finally found it! Here's that imaginary fort for my imaginary friend.

Monday, November 26, 2012

Franky Furthered

A little bit of process made on Frankenstein Line-up as well as a quick look at my studio space and some sketches for the final scene.

Monday, November 19, 2012

Frankenstein in Space Line-up

My newest and longest project - Frankenstein in Space! I'll post some better pictures soon and hopefully get this painting done in the meantime. Starting from the top down: charcoal on illustration board, spray fixed and painted with a layer of acrylic, then oil paints on top of that. And characters from left to right: Frankenstein Monster, Victor Frankenstein, Elizabeth, and Henry.