From Pencils to Pixels
Art... the ever evolving way we humans express ourselves. Oh, but what a powerful thing it is. Dating all the way back to when we could only do cave drawings, we used art to tell stories. In comparison to the amount of time man has been on this planet, the evolution of the way we communicate through art is an amazing phenomenon.
These days, we view a lot of artwork on screen. TVs, LCDs, CRTs... all just techno-babble for "canvas" in reality. Millions of us on the planet express ourselves artistically on screen, from traditional art to animated multi-media. I too, display a majority of my artistic visions on these digital canvases. Even though we live in a technical world, seeing great art in pixel form, everything starts out with a story or vision.
For me to get the vision out of my mind, I always start with paper and pencil. It's the quickest way to get it out of the mind and into carbon form. Sometimes I even wake up from a dream and quickly blast out an idea as a rough sketch. Once you have the vision on paper, the possible ways of telling the rest of the story are infinite!
As you surf around this website, you will see that I am a man of many hats with lots of experience expressing my art in a digital world... from traditional artwork to completely digital animation. You will also see that I love my pencils just as much as the pixels and a little bit about what kind of person I am.
Please enjoy! If you would like to contact me about freelancing any of my services, feel free to drop me an email. Please keep in mind though, I work a full time job during the day, so any freelance work I do is limited to evenings. Thanks again for visiting my site. Dont't forget to bookmark it and sign up for my newsletter!
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October 31, 2008
Happy Halloween! Here is this year's masterpiece: Click here. Here is last year's tribute to the firefighters who saved our house: Click Here.
September 29, 2008
I'm no longer working for U. Inc. Too much drama! I wish them the best, but I am moving on to something better. The future looks bright!