Figure Gallery 3

A continuation of my figure drawing showcase, this time with color.  Not too many here I’m afraid, could only get it done on long poses. Someday soon I’ll try a little ‘speed’ painting with shorter poses…

A Tale of Norman: The Conclusion.

Well this is my ‘final’ pass on Norman’s port from last post. Just little detailing with pen and gouache. I don’t know for some reason the eyes look lopsided when I take the picture, but physically it’s fine…. Read More

A Tale of Norman

There are a lot of artists that boast of not using references of any sort, that they can draw straight from their memories. Well I say more power to them, but there is nothing shameful about using a… Read More

Chun-Kiiii

Remember Street Fighter 2? If you lived in the 90s as I had you would know the game that was all the rage in every arcades across the country. One of the most popular characters of that universe… Read More

THE GODDESS MYSTIQUE

I was doing some research on various personality archetypes, and there was one involving the gods and goddesses of Ancient Greece.  I found myself to be similar to the archetypes of Athena and Artemis. I drew this upon… Read More

InFASSuation ^^;;

For the record, Henry Cavill wasn’t exactly my first crush. In fact, I’m torn between him and this other guy. Michael Fassbender. I first saw him in that movie “300” (it was just a minor role but he… Read More

O Henry…

Somebody shoot me. I have a hopeless crush on this fine young British flower by the name of Henry Cavill. Up until his life changing role as the legendary comic hero Superman this year he had been in… Read More

WIRED

In this ever volatile digital age we cannot help but be hooked on to plethora of techno gadgets and gizmos that are available to us. And through them we are capable of connecting with more than billions of… Read More

I WALK

2013 Watercolor, pen, pencil, pastel on Bristol 17×11 each (6 panels) A poem relating to my own inner struggles with Faith; how difficult it is to trust in something you don’t see or have and move on despite… Read More

Snapshot

Why do we like taking photos of ourselves? Don’t we see enough of our selves on the mirror? Is it because the camera “freezes time” by capturing that one second of our face, and holds it there, whereas… Read More

Pieces of Me

2013 Watercolor, pastel, pencil, and collage on Bristol 17×11 each

POETIC REFLECTIONS

Some time ago I started to write some poems about my innermost thoughts and feelings.  I am not formally trained in writing, though I did have a minor in Comparative Lit in college, and I am in the… Read More