Gouache on Watercolor Board
You learn to break rules. It makes things more interesting. It can also provide a new perspective - one that makes the picture appear more than just a tiled out reflection.
Oil and Water Color on Illustration Board
This piece was inspired by the song "I Caught Fire" performed by The Used. While this song can have several meanings, I liked its lyrics about love. The color choice was easy, keeping it cool rather than using the concept of fire to show a more romantic tone. The medium choice of water and acrylic was an experiment. that I had tried in other works. This time, I took it a step further to mimic the water color texture with oils.
This piece was a focus on a style that I was experimenting with - black/white, simple and realistic. It's intended to be a self-portrait done in charcoal.
Pencil, Pen on Paper
This perspective piece is focusing on a separate 2-point, 3-point plane. It is London in 3030, as seen from the space ship that has thoroughly destroyed the city. The question to be answered: What is next for this once proud global metropolis?
Charcoal on Paper.
What you see is what you get, they say. But what is seen may be entirely different from what is obtained and what one wonders. This charcoal on paper blends the large with the smaller, the intense with the normal and the stare with the look. It is my self-portrait.