Another Painting & Vino Session with my wife. We enjoy going out and doing these together. A very nice and fun way to spend some quality time together and unplug from technology for a few hours. I enjoy picking up … Continue reading →
This past Thursday I had a chance to trek up to Hollywood and visit Gnomon for their “The Making of Guardians of the Galaxy” presentation. Some really awesome artists were on hand to talk about their work and process. I was fortunate to get a great seat and really take in all of the information that Josh Herman, Andy Park, Jackson Sze, Anthony Francisco, Rodney Fuentebella and Charlie Wen shared with the group. Wish I could have taken some pictures. There’s a great recap with some pictures on Gnomon’s site.
After getting home I added a drawing of Groot to my “One Sketch a Day” sketchbook.
Yesterday was International Self Portrait Day. An event that started 7-8 years ago now. Such a fun event to take part in. My participation has been on and off over the last few years. Thankfully I was able to find some time and get one in this year.
Autodesk Sketchbook Pro on my iPad iPad
Had a great anniversary date night with my wife the other night. We decided that we wanted to do another painting and vino session. Always a lot fun and very relaxing. Work has been keeping me very busy lately (which … Continue reading →
Last week my wife and I enjoyed a nice date night out and went to a “painting and vino” session. The painting for the evening was “Japanese Maple” and the instructor walked the class through a few basics of painting … Continue reading →
Been pretty busy at work lately. Working on some models and shots over and over and over and over… well you get the point. I know its part of the job, but it is amusing from my perspective to work on something and make multiple revision only to end up with what you did first, be picked.
Anyway, while waiting for some renders to complete last night I did a little doodle on my iPhone. Thought I post it up here to share.
Happy Thursday! Here is a #TBT post for you. Xeno Cel is a hand drawn animated short that I had the pleasure of being a part of shortly after I graduated college. My instructor from LMU, John Dillon had asked myself and Dom Bianchi to give him a hand on creating a little short. I recently became aware of it being posted up on youtube.