Thursday, June 25, 2009

Montreal at night

So I've been playing around with my new camera for a month or two now. I'm really loving going out for big walks in the middle of the night and taking shots of the city.
I have made a couple HDR shots, but I really need to just get the fundamentals down before I dive into mixing together multiple exposures.

Here are some of my best so far.

All shots from around Montreal, shot on a Nikon D200

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Dr, Sketchy take 2

Wow, well I guess it's been a month since I last updated.
Well I have some new Dr, Sketchy drawing for ya, as always I'm missing some feet and hands

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Dr. Sketchy life drawing

A few weeks ago I dropped in on a session of Dr. Sketchy's montreal life drawing group. I had a great time, and met some really cool artists, but I also realized that my life drawing is getting very rusty. I'm looking forward to the next class on the 18th

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Saturday, February 28, 2009


I've been working on several WWII projects over the last couples weeks. I'm not going to say much about them. but there will be LOTS of illustrator line work ... like everything I do.

First off. This is a quick isometric of a Boeing Flying Fortress.

And a set of stylized blueprints of the Bismarch. This jpg might be hard to see the details but the illustrator file is about 4 and a half feet in size.

Lots more in the works.

Monday, January 19, 2009

Creepy, Cool or a bit of both?

I got a new scanner, printer combo thing tonight. And in honor of breaking in a new piece of technology I’m going to post up an idea I had the other day that I’m still not sure how I feel about. I think this idea could be really cool, if properly executed. But I’m not quite sure how to go about it yet.
The idea is to combine sexy pin-up girls with medical cutaways…. I think Suicide girls are the obvious choice for models.
Any comments or ideas are welcome. I’m really interested in your initial gut response to the pictures.

More to come.


Saturday, January 17, 2009

2 Months later!

So a lot has happened since my last post. I apologize to anyone waiting for an update.

I'm living in Montreal now,and the new job is going great. I'm working as a Medical illustrator and animator at a studio that specializes in creating interactive flash learning modules.

I haven't had much free time to work on personal art work. but I've been keeping up with the tutorials I've been writing. and they seem to be really taking off.
So far the first three are up on vectortuts. And now they're starting to pop up on illustration and design blogs. Drawn ,

I have some big projects on the go. I'm continuing my series of technical illustration tutorials with Vectortuts. I've been working on a series of Russian nesting dolls with some other very talented toronto illustrators and animators.
And of course my Everest, the Florence illustration. This is a screen cap after 66 hours of work on the project.

thanks everyone for reading my blog and all the support. I'm getting back into the grove and settled into my new city, you'll be seeing updates much more often.