Wednesday, March 28, 2012


This painting was one where I tried to use my digital skills in a less "painterly" way than I'm used to working. I wanted to create something more clean and polished and also in a different style.  I'm constantly pushing my work towards more focused and well defined new directions. This was definitely a  good exercise to expand and improve on my previous background art work. More coming soon:)


In the beginning of the year I was invited to be part of a show at Cal State Fullerton (I'm a recent grad from there), that would be based on three literary works by three Allumni from the 80's. These authors were actually the originators of the term "steampunk." Soon after I was invited I got to work on my piece for the show and just a week ago our delivery date came and went at CSUF's Begovich Gallery. As part of the show there will also be a book printed composed of all the work available for purchase at the closing reception.

I really can't wait to see the show. If you have ever had the chance to go to the Begovich Gallery, then you probably know how great and big the space is. This is going to be a really great event with hundreds of people attending, some even wearing Steampunk gear!

The poster was created, I believe, by a current CSUF student. You can find all the info about the show there. Mark the date and hope you can make it.

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Digital Car #2

I've always liked the elongated cars from the 60's and 70's. This is my first try into creating my own dream car. You can probably see that this one is heavily based on a 70's Cady. Its still not quite what I was going for, but it was a good one shot exercise.