Posted: Thursday, November 02, 2017 #TBT is a new feature I am going to try and implement here on my website. I’ve been working professionally for over 10 years and have so much work that I have yet to share on my website from personal projects as well as client work. Today’s is […]
Posted: Thursday, November 02, 2017 Here is a caricature of my friend Roger Rosales (you can see the caricature I did of his wife Maria that I did here). I wanna give him a shout out because he helped me get some stuff added on my site. Thanks Roger!
Posted: Wednesday, November 01, 2017 Here is a caricature that was commissioned by my friend Roger for his wife Maria. I completed it last year and keep meaning to post it. In any event here is what I did… I decided that along with the digital rendering I was gonna do […]
Posted: Wednesday, September 06, 2017 Some very good friends of mine are getting married this week. I created a very simple caricature of them that we’re going to use on a celebration invitation some mutual friends are having for them when they come back into town (they’re getting married out of town). I don’t […]
Posted: Thursday, November 17, 2016 I haven’t drawn my daughter Scarlett, in a fully-realized caricature since she was a newborn. I’ve sketched her plenty, but nothing finalized. Here was a quick one based off of a sketch. Enjoy!
Posted: Thursday, October 20, 2016 I began working for a media company that owned a small radio station, which had a lot of interesting on-personalities. One of them was the tallest girl ever, named Celeste. She was was easily 7’2” (She’s probably a bit over 6” in reality, but I’m only 5’10, so…yeah). […]
Posted: Friday, September 20, 2016 When I was a young boy in my first-grade school year, back in 1987, I saw Tiffany’s “I Think We’re Alone Now” video on MTV. Just like the sirens of mythology I was captivated by her voice accompanied by it’s pop stylings. Also, because she the most […]
Posted: Sunday, May 22, 2016 Highlights, Takeaways, Quick Wins 1. Adding texture to your caricature gives it more visual interest. 2. It’s easy to overdo textures and make your piece look messy. Don’t add textures just for the sake of adding textures; make sure adding them has a purpose. 3. Experiment with typography and hand lettering […]
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Posted: Saturday, May 07, 2016 Prologue I’ve mentioned it before, but I am a huge Screen Junkies fan. One day we were watching one of their programs, Movie Fights. On their set they often have fan-art from people all around the world that is pretty clever and is either movie related or Screen […]
Posted: Thursday, May 05, 2016 It’s been two weeks since the legendary Prince passed away. When I heard the news I was shocked. I mean, death is something that people don’t plan for and I think we all like to think everyone is going to have a deathbed moment and accidents and tragedies […]