Friday, August 20, 2010

Freelance Work

For a restaurant I created the menu boards placed around the restaurant for each food station.The boards are 3x4.5 ft. Medium Used: wet chalk

I painted this mural in 2007. It is an indoor 12x8 foot painting. Only half was able to be painted the other half was drawn only. Medium Used: indoor acrylic paint.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Newest Portfolio Pages

For my portfolio class we were to create a flat art book. First we had to create the layout of the overall page then archive our work and put together an eye-catching piece. This is what i walked out of class with. It's still a work in progress but I'm pretty happy with the current outcome. Please feel free to leave critique and comments.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Madame Butterfly

July 20009 through Sept. 2009 our class did an animation for the Vancouver Opera Bot Competition. These two videos are the animations I worked on. The butterfly video I did by myself, animated with toon boom. The tear video I worked on with Colten Janssen. And the last video I painted the japanese folding screen and animated the first half of the animation, Brian Valarde did the other half. The full video can be found on

Monday, February 1, 2010

Digital Matte Painting

For a background layout class we had to create something that might look like it came out of Dinotopia. Multipe images cut out and made to fit together, created in Photoshop, about 7+ hours.

Animal Study

For a drawing class we had to do an animal-in-motion study. I did a trot of horse. Created on canson paper using five different pencils and taking about 8+ hours.

Self-Portrait Pt. ll

This is the second part to our self-portrait we had to do; ourselves as a monster. I tried for the Pirates of the Caribbean look. This took about a total of 16+ hours and about four different pencils.


We were to do a double self portrait, one being the real us and one being us as a monster. While everyone else leaned more towards the serious poses I tended to lean towards something different. I chose a highly contrasted lighting situation and picked a not-so-serious face. It took about a total of 18+ hours and about six different kinds of pencils.