For the last week I've been working on character & composition studies for the Little Red Riding Hood. It started as a personal project which has now turned into something else. More information and images coming soon, so stayed tuned. ;)
By far my favourite hand that I've ever drawn. All of the anatomy courses I took taught by Scott Eaton are paying off. :)
Last May I participated in a live illustration performance at Paris College of Art. Moments before the performance started, I found out that my friend and colleague, Robert Miller passed away. I was too distraught to do the performance, but Rob loved digital illustration, so I pulled myself together and drew for him.
Here are a few video stills from that night (courtesy of PCA). I also just received their beautiful catalogue (thank you PCA) and found my illustration and photos in it.
Come to see my work at France Fine Art / Venez voir mon travail à France Fine Art:
4 octobre 2012 de 18h à 20h30
les Grands Salons d’Exposition de la mairie galeries Bièvre et Athéna e Mairie du 13 , 1 place d’Italie
I am continuing to work on this drawing entitled "Whirlpool." The lower part is painted with Japanese pigment which looks like ink. Even though I rarely do this, I wanted to stay true to the original idea of a soft figure "dissolving" into nothingness by leaving the white of the paper as the background; but now I am considering painting it black to bring out the lightness of the figure...
When I first heard about the events in Japan this year, this is the image that came to my mind. Once I finish drawing the figure (whose stillness is inspired by Butoh), the lower part of the composition will be painted with Japanese pigments.
I am almost done with this drawing called "Eye of Horus." It's based on a dream I had a few months ago where someone graffitied the wall and this horse's neck. The graffiti part will be painted with Japanese pigments. In my dream, I could not tell what the graffiti said/meant and I am trying to figure out if I want to stay true to the dream imagery...