Sunday, July 1, 2018

Some fun Fantasy Football art











For awhile I've been doing some fun artwork for the https://twoqbs.com website. They're a fantasy football website, great to work with and give me some pretty wide latitude with creativity. Here's the latest piece I did highlighting one of the main editor's advice column.

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Tighter car event renderings













The last few months I've been tasked with doing automotive events and staging. Much tighter work but this is where some decent skills in perspective and an ability to draw decent automobiles help. It's not always the most glitzy sort of work but it pays well and it also keeps my skills sharp.

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Matty the Flying Boy



















Inspired by Matty- a young man I met last September for a brief moment while on a flight back from Vancouver. I'm still not 110% where this concept is going to go just yet but I still fondly remember how smart, savvy and mature-beyond-his-years Matty was on the flight. He's one of those magical kids that's just being raised right and gives me hope for the future.

Saturday, March 31, 2018

People at the airport




















Always one of my favorite subjects to draw. Every time I travel I always take the sketchbook with me and the people that appear at the airport are always a great subject matter to draw. One sees all kinds! It's also a great place to see all walks of life and from all sorts of cultures.

Friday, February 16, 2018

Travelocity TV spot










Thanks to Former Co, I had the opportunity to work on doing the shooting boards for a recent Travelocity TV spot for gnome staring https://vimeo.com/253624537


Saturday, January 20, 2018

New Ford Mustang Bullitt













Just recently I was tasked to help on the launch of the new Ford Mustang Bullitt. The spot was used in the launch at the North American International Auto Show (affectionately known as "Auto Prom" to the locals here). It featured Molly McQueen, Steve McQueen's grand daughter reprising her grandfather's famous driving scene in the iconic 1968 movie. Instead of the streets of San Francisco, it was a take on the Mustang taking on the notorious Dodge Charger in a parking deck for the last spot. Over 110 shooting frames went into the presentation to figure out the complex shots.