Posts Tagged ‘News’
Did this recently for Lucid Media. It’s the cover for the issue featuring Canadian director Atom Egoyan. The illustration is portrait of him, with characters from his various movies woven into his hair. the watermark background is based off Armenian patterns in recognition of his heritage.
Here’s the work as it appeared (the inner black and white spot was another cover concept that we decided to use for the article instead):
Here were the roughs I did. I normally don’t do color roughs, but decided to for this one:
This was a fun little piece that was rushed out over a weekend. The article for Seattle Metropolitan was titled ‘The final days of free money‘ and it was about some financial incentives that were about to run out. I just went with the concept the art director had as the time was very tight; we decided on Cinderella theme for the piece.
Little spot I did a while back for Seattle Metropolitan. They had a reporter covering a local election completely by Twitter, so the art director asked for a Twitter-esque bird to be pecking on a Blackberry.
Quick sweet feature on Ape on the Moon highlighting my brush pen and ink illustrations. Thanks Alex!
I will be at Fan Expo this weekend, Aug 28-30th, at the ‘Renderfist’ table @ A20. 6 of us chipped in to get a premium table, so it ought to be fun. We are right opposite G4′s booth near the gaming section!
I will probably not be at the table all throughout the convention (will miss out on the mornings and it remains to be seen how the workload will turn out later in the week). Am hoping to be there in the afternoons/ evenings.
Drop by and say hi! Artists at the table:
Craig Adams http://www.superbrothers.ca
Charlene Chua http://www.charlenechua.com
Ted Kim http://www.tedkimchee.com
Sanford Kong http://www.santopiastudios.com
Hilary Leung http://www.S4LE.com
Vince Chui http://www.kidchuckle.com
Spring’s well and truely here, and so are my postcards! They should be delivered within the next few days to folks within the US. I will be doing Canadian mailings once I receive the cards myself. Fingers crossed that the card will be well received, and a few more new jobs from it wouldn’t hurt either
And – if you’ve got a card and don’t want it, please recycle it or give it to a friend or something. Postcards are quite wasteful in terms of paper, ink and carbon footprint.