I'm going to be hanging out at the White Cloud Worlds booth at Armageddon Expo in Auckland this Friday and Saturday with Claire Hackett. I'll be doing some digital painting demonstrations while I'm there, and we'll have art prints from the White Cloud Worlds artists available. We'll also be selling and signing copies of the book and WCW postcard sets, plus doing an art portfolio review if you're interested in getting some feedback on your work.
Stu Thomas will be joining us on Saturday, and Ben Wootten and Kate Jorgenson will be taking over for Sunday and Monday.
Should be a blast! So drop on by Booth # 76 if you're at the show, and say hi!
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
This is a concept piece I did recently for my good friend Christian Gossett. Christian is making a short film titled Farewell My King, about the death of his father. It's a great project, and he's currently raising the funds necessary for production on the website Indiegogo. Go check it out!
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Here's a digital sketch of Inghram. He's hanging off the side of something, while looking earnest. Always important to look earnest, don't you think?
By the way, had a totally fab time in San Diego, hanging out with the rest of the White Cloud Worlds gang, and the Weta crew. Signed lots of books, met loads of wonderful folk - and it was warm.
Monday, July 18, 2011
I'm flying out tomorrow to attend San Diego Comic Con. I'll be joining a bunch of my White Cloud Worlds team mates at the Weta Stand (booth 2615 with Dark Horse), and we'll be selling copies of the WCW book, selling prints and doing signings everyday.
If you're going to be there, drop on by and say hi!
Friday, June 3, 2011
Thursday, May 12, 2011
Hey - here are a couple of pieces I did earlier this year for the World of Warcraft TCG, The War of Elements:
Fun stuff! Thanks to Doug Gregory for his t'rific art direction.
Friday, March 11, 2011
Thursday, February 3, 2011
'The crowds thin, and the open spaces of the market place divide into narrow cobbled streets that climb steeply from the docks, as the Chéneschal rider follows its course through unfamiliar, alien territory.'
This is a piece I completed last year, for inclusion in the White Cloud Worlds anthology. For me it's a first look at the city in which the bulk of my story will take place; a port city of steep, narrow streets with dwellings and commercial buildings stacked precariously on top of each other.
Thanks for stopping by!