Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Draw Dinovember 2016 Day 1 Gorgosaurus

Draw Dinovember is upon us once again. I’ll be posting a dinosaur a day all month long. I have a tentative list of prehistoric beasties I’d like to paint this year but I’m always open to suggestions.  If anyone has any cool ideas for dinosaurs they’d like to see go ahead and leave a comment.

I’d also like to encourage others to join in on the fun.  Dinosaurs are the focus but all other forms of prehistoric life are options too.  I myself will be incorporating a few pterosaurs and marine reptiles to the lineup this year.

To start everything off here’s Draw Dinovember Day 1 Gorgosaurus.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

30 Days of Dinosaurs

Hello everyone! For the past few weeks I've been hard at work laying out my new sketchbook. I've titled the book 30 Days of Dinosaurs. It's a compilation of all of my dinosaur drawings from Draw Dinovember 2015. In addition to the final drawings for all 30 days the book will include thumbnails, preliminary drawings, and studies that I completed for each final image. These have never been shown on any of my social media sites or online art galleries. The book will contain over 60 pages of content, will be perfect bound and measure 9x6 inches. They will be available next month at CTN animation expo. Here is a sneak peek at the cover and a few spreads.

Friday, June 10, 2016

Coelacanth Sculpture Wip

Some progress on a sculpture of a Coelacanth I've been working on for a while. Finally finished covering the body and fins with scales.

Saturday, January 30, 2016

Kentrosaurus In Prehistoric Times Magazine #116

The New Prehistoric Times Magazine issue #116 arrived in the mail last week. It was really exciting to find my kentrosaurus from my Dinovember posts on page 17. Thank you to Mike Fredericks for including my work in the magazine, hoping to get some time to read it soon.

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Anhanguera santanae Painted Model

Finally got around to painting my Zbrush model of Anhanguera.  I have a huge backlog of unfinished work built up.  Some of them have been posted around on my various portfolio sites as WIP’s but most of them have not been seen by anyone.  I’m going to be working on finishing these projects up and getting them online.  The majority of them are paleo-reconstructions of some kind. 
I’ll also be using this polypainted Zbrush model as a guide to paint the 3d printed model of the posed version.  I’m hoping to post photos of that up soon. I just need to get my hands on some new paint and brushes.