(via) French artist Eric Joisel creates amazing paper sculptures of animals, fairie, and warriors in a detailed modern origami. Joisel’s work goes beyond the simple paper cranes to make things of wonder. Check it out folks.
These are some fantasy painted studies that I created in watercolor and goash. A great source of reference was a catalog from Museums Replicas that makes costumes, props and weapons. You use to be able to request a free catalog, but that service has seemed to vanish from the site. [singlepic=311,320,240,,] Elf Gal [singlepic=309,320,240,,] Old …
This is a loose panting I did of batman: [singlepic=312,320,240,,] and here it is with Color done in Photoshop: [singlepic=314,320,240,,] I started with using some blue watercolor paint to sketch out the forms and then went over with black goash paint which looks pretty cool. I then used photoshop to drop out the blue and …
[singlepic=304,320,240,,] [singlepic=305,320,240,,] More brush lines in goash with digital tweaking and color.
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I love the High-Tech/Low-Tech of this video that features animated charcoal drawings (or a digital simulation) what I am guessing was done in my old software friend after effects. Very cool.
This is the banner for the cartoon art museum that I did the graphic design for ( logo,banner,postcard )… [singlepic=303,320,240,,] The show is wonderful. It features Gorey’s designs for the hit Broadway production of Dracula from th3 1970’s. The whole production was Gorey, what a show that must have been.
This is a test for an animated piece I am doing with a fellow teacher from the Cartoon Art Museum which will feature Zoetrope animation strips that were drawn by kids and adults visiting the museum. This is a long term project.