Sunday, June 17, 2012


Forgot to put this one up. Another little piece for Project: Foster, this time showing a concept of the planet's surface.

Though much of the planet will appear to be a homogenous ball of ice, I think there is room for diversity in environments within caves, lava tubes, and of course, the underwater ecosystems. Also, because Sero has dynamic geography, there could be huge crevices at fault lines, creating gigantic cliffs of ice, and exposing entrances to caves, and possibly, a creature's home...

I will get to those... some day.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012


Well... Kind of. These are sketches for the next Gnomon Workshop subject: Temple Ruins. These were started from abstract splotches of color which I eventually twisted into something along the lines of the theme. I might keep sketching until I have an idea I like, or fits better, but I'll hopefully get around to finishing these up later (I obviously got a bit more involved on some of them already).

Funny how the bottom two left and middle have almost identical compositions. Guess that's what happens when you don't ever paint landscapes -___-

Thursday, May 31, 2012


Squeezed this one in just before the deadline. Still a few more things I would have liked to do to it... but I'm over it. Gotta move on to something else.

This one was scary working in so many colors... Hopefully if I keep doing this I'll someday know what I'm doing.

EDIT: Well, this won 4th place for the Gnomon contest. Not sure how I feel about that (not that I'm ungrateful or think it should have been ranked higher)... I just hope it isn't a "looks like you overworked your piece, but here's an 'A' for effort prize"...  I'll just try to loosen up next time.

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Sci-fi Gladiator Process

Put together a little process animation from a piece I did earlier... The final image can be seen in full resolution here.

Monday, February 13, 2012


Last batch for a little while. Not quite as "pretty" as I had hoped, but I'm happy with these so far. I'm excited to explore them more and show off the homework work I've done in terms of how these creatures move and act around prey/predators, etc. I'm going to change the pace a bit and do some equipment. I'm thinking of some tech that will allow the explorers to see magnetic fields. Anyways, if you haven't checked out the rest of my Project: Foster works, go here!