Here’s another piece in the same style as Misty Woodland. — layers of hand-drawn curves digitally transformed into the family you see above. I created this particular piece a Tofu art competition hosted by To-Fu Oyako .
Author Shanley Knox graciously offered to interview me as a Featured Local Designer on her blog Thoughts from S. You can read more about what inspires me, take a peek at my artistic process — and view a brand-new, unreleased art piece! Full article available here.
“It is not so much for its beauty that the forest makes a claim upon men’s hearts, as for that subtle something that quality of air that emanation from old trees, that so wonderfully changes and renews a weary spirit.” –Robert Louis Stevenson
This piece, although my newest, is one of my all-time favorites. I love the beauty and the stillness of the woodland. If you notice, the small deer is so connected with his surroundings that he is literally a part of the forest environment. Also, all the curves you see in this image were hand-drawn in ink on several separate pages — photo after the jump! Continue reading
Much of my work is digital, but there’s just nothing like picking up a paintbrush — or a can of spraypaint — and spreading color across a physical canvas. In creating these stencil art pieces you see below, I’ve spent hours with an x-acto knife, carving intricate detail into oilboard, before adhering the stencil to canvas and bringing it to life.