These are the last two images I did for Machine Age Production’s Apotheosis Drive X. Check out their website for more information.
Here’s a few more pieces I did for Machine Age Production’s newest game, Apotheosis Drive X. The kickstarter ended quite a while ago, and was very successful! You can find more information about the game here.
I’m happy to be working with Machine Age Productions yet again! This year’s book is called Apotheosis Drive X. It’s a fate-powered mecha RPG. Who doesn’t love giant robots!? I’ve only started on a few images so far, but I thought I would show the two finished ones. There will be many more to come, I’m sure.
Check out the kickstarter!
Can I just say that I adored doing this cover? Seriously. One of the most inspired work I’ve done in a long time. I also discovered that I actually really enjoy making prints, even if they take forever. This is the cover of the Amaranthine supplement, A Simpler Time, by Machine Age Productions. In celebration of Black History Month!
Hello everyone! So, I got back about a week ago from my trip to Houston, TX. I gotta say, I’ve had a BLAST! Sorry I haven’t posted since then. I always get a bit depressed after trips, so it’s taken me a few days to shake off my funk. But I’m ready to go, now!
I’m speeding ahead on Farewell to Fear artwork. Here’s a couple of sneak peeks!
You might notice a slight difference between these two images, style wise. Well, I figured out a new way to make black and white sketches… And honestly it’s SO much easier and quicker. I can pop them out in no time!
Here’s some artwork I did for Jens Zalzala. He’s making a paid Android D&D app (Spellbook – D&D 3.5 and Spellbook – Pathfinder). So keep an eye out for that!
Also, as a note to my commissioners! I’m working on them, and most of you should have WIPs by now. (If not, feel free to email me a reminder, though it should be on the way if not!) I might be a little slow with them for the next couple of weeks, considering I’m going to be throwing myself into Farewell to Fear artwork. Deadline for it is coming up quick, so gotta work, work, work. Thank you for everyone’s patience. 🙂
As an ending note, my mother is getting married on the 17th! Woo! So for a couple days around then I will be unavailable, while traveling to and from it. It’s going to be a nice Florida beach side ceremony. So sweet!
Just wanted to take the time to note that my commission sale is officially over. Thank you to everyone that ordered artwork from me! It really helped. Tomorrow I’m leaving for Houston, Texas and I can’t wait! It will be a blast.
I won’t be back until the 31st, so I won’t be able to produce any artwork during that time. (Not taking a photoshop capable computer with me.) I am, however, taking my good and trusty sketch book! So if you don’t already have a sketch/WIP for your commission, expect to have one when I return. Going to try to at least sketch out ideas for artwork while I’m away. But most of you should already have sketches from me, if not finished products.
So, yeah! Thanks!
Also, here’s some more Farewell to Fear art! Her name is Mathilde. 🙂
Hopefully you’re not getting tired of these yet. 😉 Here’s the last fashion plate, as well as another character sketch! This is Sister Rose, an exorcist with a kick ass dire wolf.
And to mix things up a bit, here’s a few commissions. (Some are still just inked, and need to be colored!)
All I can say after doing this painting is: FUCK YOU ARCHITECTURE! The angles and perspective is no where near perfect, but it’s just supposed to be a speed paint so I didn’t want to spend 20 hours on it.
Kick ass super heroine!
Super hot Renee Ritchie!
Here’s the finished version of the artwork I posted last week! It’s the first colored artwork for Farewell to Fear, by Machine Age Productions.
Also, I had an awesome wedding! Yay!