The bulk of work that I have done over the last nine years or so is advertising work. I still do some but lately I have really started to branch out, which is something I am very happy about. Towards the end of last year I did my first movie poster, for a documentary named "Rape of the Soul". Yes, that's a horrible sounding name! It's a documentary about imbedded images in art, specifically targeting religeous art. I think the title was meant to serve as an attention grabber. You? :-) Anyway, despite the topic I was really excited to get the opportunity and gave it my all. Here it is:
You can see a larger version of the poster, along with a pictorial showing the "making of" process, on my website. Here's a link:
I have also been drawing a weekly comic strip for Sports Illustrated last year and this year. It's called "Stik: Life and Times on the PGA Tour", which means you guessed it: it's a golf thing. I was never interested in golf as a kid, but the older I get the more and more I like it. What'r'ya gonna do? The strip can be a lot of fun. Don't think you can just rush out, buy an issue of Sports Illustrated, and see the strip. I couldn't possibly be that easy, right? Pretty much the only way to see it is to have a subscription to Sports Illustrated and then ask to have Golf Plus added to it (for free). Even then they forget to add it sometimes. Here are a couple of quick samples from it that I put together:
So currently, besides the golf strip for Sports Illustrated (which is done through Marvel Comics), I'm working on a 3D animation project for the production studio I now work for (Just Imagine It Productions) and I'm serving as a one man previsualization (previz) crew for a motion picture. I'll be sharing work from both so I'm going to keep names and specifics to a minimum for awhile. I'll share some of that work next post. Happy drawing.