The Ettenmoors of the Lord of the Rings are pretty much the cold and dreary moors of Northern England. I actually got to drive through them years ago on my way to visit the town of Whitby. Whitby being the town where some of the Dracula story was set. There’s some cool stuff out there, […]
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Ser Garlan Tyrell was released some time ago it seems. Glad to finally be able to show it. I really enjoyed working on the covered horse. The family colors are green and gold and I really wanted to have a green painting. If you’re not familiar with the character, he is from the Song […]
“Is the proper way to promote myself is going through an art director directly or rather attend shows and try to gain notice through display of work?” Both have worked for me. The important thing is producing the work the art director needs for their project. An art director is like a shopper looking […]
I painted six small pieces for Anthony Kosar’s Gallery show. This year marks the third annual Maleficium Dark Arts show. This year the turnout was great with some amazing artists coming into town for the show. I wasn’t feeling great while working on these and had committed to between four and six paintings. I almost […]
One of six new small works I have up at the Kosar Gallery. This is the third annual Maleficium Dark Arts Show. I’ve been happy to show every year so far. I couldn’t do a horror themed set without a zombie.
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One of the six new paintings I have at the Kosar Gallery. I thought it would be fun to explore at least one small painting with the succubus theme. For the month they are hanging in the Maleficium Dark Arts show in Westmont, Il.
One of six small works I have hanging at the third annual Maleficium Dark Arts show at the Kosar Gallery. In the last post I showed you The Bride of Frankenstein. I just had to work on the intended groom, The Monster.
One of the six painting hung at the Kosar Gallery for the annual Maleficium Dark Arts Show. Someone had mentioned to me they’d like to see me work on the Bride. While I would normally want to tackle the subject on a much larger scale the small size of the paintings I wanted to do […]
One of the six paintings at the annual Maleficium Dark Arts Show at the Kosar Gallery. The show always gives me an opportunity to play with the dark theme and it’s something I always look forward to.
My version of a gorgon for the Theros set of Magic the Gathering. The description called for a “halo” of snakes so I combed through some interesting braid hairstyles to spark some ideas.