Sunday, May 29, 2011

Decadent Playing Cards

Also, here are pics of the piece featured on playing cards from I just had them sent to me a few days ago, they've done one hell of a job in keeping the quality.
There's a tutorial for the Tombs of Ashes painting in the new Digital Art Masters 6 they're publishing.

p.s. I'm no master!... but I am flattered :) 

Tombs of Ashes

All civilizations forget overtime. They forget their roots, their histories, not as much by neglect but simply through embellishment or a lose of a few words here and there, a few descriptions, until the memory of what they were is more a myth than fact, and what they are right now is all that matters.

Still though, there are always ancient tombs that have recorded the progress of man... and other creatures. Massive in size, they are so old that if touched by any except the most trained of hands, they would fall apart like ash in the wind. These tombs have guardians, their knowledge a vast pool, they record what has been and some can even record what will be...

Hey all, it's been awhile, got a new job so I've been pretty busy getting my ass comfortable with it. This piece has been sitting on my comp for awhile, I finished it for 3dtotal a few months back, and figured it's about time to post this relic ;P


Friday, January 21, 2011

Brownie Gallor

Alright, the final resting ground to post this.

Here's a piece that first appeared in Paizo's Beastiary 2 a few months back. I've decided to take it a bit further then what's in the book, allowing it the love and care that can only go into a piece when the deadline is behind it.

On a side note- Damn it! I can't even paint a Brownie without her being at least half scary...

Anyhow, please comment, crit or ask any questions you may have.

Thanks for looking all you sexy pixies!


Thursday, December 23, 2010


Just a quick sketch. Messy and smelly.

He seems to be reaching.

Friday, December 17, 2010

    Hopefully the car will fill him up...

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Someone Hug This Bitch

AH finally, the only place I can properly name this one :)

While working on this piece, I imagined her picking flowers in the dead of night to place in her hair, alone in some dead woods, mumbling to herself, mad beyond the world.

Then you stumble upon her...

This was inspired by the old world Striga and my play through of the PC game The Witcher.


Thursday, November 4, 2010

Baby Lida

Here's a painted portrait I did of a photographic Portrait. It was done just for practice. It's a portrait in a portrait. Profound.