Oil on Illustration Board
11″ x 14″
I decided after looking at this for 4 years it really needed an up grade.
15×20 oil on illustration board
After I finished the Huntress, I decided to go one step further and create a creepier more fantasy/horror piece. I’d never done this genre before so I figured what the heck and gave it a shot.
16″x 24″ oil on canvas
The Last Dragon Slayer 12″X 16″ oil on canvas
Maybe it is just me, but this cover has blown me away. Between the art director, the graphic artist, and the author, they have made me look very good. I feel very blessed to be a part of such a talented and professional team. The front cover illustration is all I contributed. This all looks so good it almost made me cry. It has been a life long dream of mind to become a cover artist. It’s finally coming true in a big way…(tears)
Just received this new cover from the author. A big improvement over the first publication. This is a big improvement over the first go round (see previous posts for comparison).
This the print ready version of the cover illo for M B Mooney’s Blades of War. It’s 24″x 30″ oil on canvas.
Here’s a quick sketch that I did the other day. Since I haven’t posted anything for a while I figured I would put this up. Maybe one day it will make it onto a canvas.
I’ve always wanted to do a Super Hero illustration. So this morning I started this one of Batman. I feel that it came together rather quickly, which was rather surprising. Normally I over work everything in an effort to squeeze every ounce of detail possible out of each piece. I wanted to try to maintain an ethereal feeling with the composition so there is not much detail to try to render.
The Dark Knight (detail)