If you are in Boulder, Colorado, USA, check out my animation at the so-Me-thin' exhibition/performance. Here are all the details: http://www.facebook.com/events/380947448691323/387436994709035/?notif_t=plan_mall_activity
My illustration featured on Alliance Française d’Adelaide's website. AF also distributed poster/booklets I designed to kids who will participate in an illustration contest. I will be one of the judges and am VERY, VERY excited to see all the artwork!
If you are in Ann Arbor today, check out my etching & other wonderful art at our fundraiser auction for the Dragon Project!
I had a lot of fun sketching at my first Dr. Sketchy's event in Adelaide. It was a Hollywood Glam theme with live singing and dancing - best live sketching experience ever! Thank you Abby for the prizes. Thank you Dirk for being an entertaining host; and thank you all the lovely people sitting next to me for your company. Also, a special thank you to Maryann and Michael for being such awesome models!
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. ;)
Here's a new piece I'm working on. It is inspired by wish trees I saw in the Republic of Georgia. These trees are usually found near sacred places and people tie handkerchieves and pieces of cloth to tree branches while making a wish.
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 night I felt like doodling. The doodle turned into a sketch. The sketch turned into a photo. And then I thought I can doodle over it with digital brushes and that turned into this. For now, I call it "Fireflies." Still working on the face and other details, so keep on checking back for updates here and on my Facebook page.
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.