Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Hello everyone.

Doing some sketching at the airport on my way back from Wisconsin. Started with copic marker shapes and then some black ink into acrylic.

Monday, April 6, 2015

Hello Everyone!

Here is the concept I did for Yrel.  I wanted her to have a Joan of Arc kind of feel, so I went with a solid breastplate over the armor bra that occurs most of the time.  I really liked working on this character, was a lot of fun.  

The idea for this character came from one of our designers named Helen Cheng.  When she told me she wanted a strong female lead in the game, I jumped at the chance to help.  Hope you all like her.

Yrel & her weapon Last Light

Hello Everyone!

Just wanted to post up a piece I did for Blizzcon.  This design went on shirts as well.  Which was a life long dream of mine to see something I did on an official Blizzard shirt.  I wish I had a little more time on this piece, and still would like to tighten up a lot of it.  Learned a lot during this piece as well.  Like never move onto rendering when your composition is still rough lol.

Anyway, here it is! Hope you enjoy.

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Hello everyone!

Here is a loading screen I did for MOP. Half pencil and half digital.  One of the many things about working on the wow team that's awesome.  We have a wide range of styles and mediums that we're allowed to use. Not a lot of other companies let you do that.

Till next time!

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Hello everyone!

Another Copic Marker/acrylic sketch.  This one is of a bunch of tree people dudes.  Like a form of treant.  I find that working with markers has really helped me isolate my values a lot more to the big choice that I should make for whichever part im working on.  If you haven't worked with the medium before, its a  lot of fun and worth a shot!

Till next time!

Monday, August 18, 2014

Hello Everyone!

Just another lunch sketch of some panda warrior action!

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Hello Everyone!

Today I wanted to show some sketches I have been working on during my lunches.  These were done with Copic W Markers and acrylic paint.

Its a very fast, quick, and easy medium, and quite fun I think.  Great for sketching, and since it dries really fast, you don't have to worry about closing your sketchbook and packing it up.

Each one is about 3x4 inches in size, and I hope to have videos of the process soon if anyone is interested in trying it out.  I will be doing something like this live at blizzcon, so trying to get some practice in beforehand so I don't f up in front of like thousands of people.

Hope you like, and come back soon for updates!