I design and create stuff. I am from digital advertising background. Currently as a freelancer i go where the wind takes me.
I specialize in abstract, adobe illustrator, adobe photoshop, creative, digital, digital art, doodling, drawing, graphic design, illustration, making stuff, typography.
Another postcard kitty for mom
Acrylic on paper format A3
Another song illustration
Inspired by the weather of the last couple of days.
Forgot to post this doggo sleeping I made some time ago.
The fruit is good for nothing.
Â frúcta não vôs ôu lhe serve.
"English as She is Spoke" by Jose da Fonseca and Pedro Carolina.
I adore "Rejected" cartoon by Don Hertzfeldt. I am sure you have all seen it, but if not, look it up. And thank me later. Unless you hate it. Then thank me anyway for broadening your taste.
I've been re-reading the Harry Potter Series, and now am on a quest to do a small illustration for each of the books. This one is from "The Sorcerer's Stone" and features Mrs. Norris, my favorite evil cat.
First real art of the year. It took longer than I wanted but I love how it came out. Guess that's what happens when you put time into your projects - go figure. Just a little Copy Cat art from a beautiful, innocent, charming film - Ponyo. What's your favorite Studio Ghibli Film?
(HB pencil on 182mm x 129mm card)
(2B pencil on 147mm x 107mm paper)
(HB pencil on 47mm x 80mm paper) Another of my small Guardian Spirit works, which constantly rip into the idea of guardian angels and spirit guides. An idea just about as ridiculous as alien visitations themselves. Could that be a laser weapon the alien's holding, or a portable anal probe?
(HB pencil on 50mm x 80mm paper) A simple, yet strange, little character for these Guardian Spirit cards I've done.
I draw a face a day for 30 days in different mediums and in different ways.
This started as a pencil drawing (see the 2nd image) that I scanned and put into Photoshop. I tried various filters including: Smudge, Ink Outline, some Splatter, changed the Exposure and added a Sepia Photo Filter. After a couple of hours of playing (I’m not very knowledgeable about digital possibilities and just use trial and error) I ended up with a dramatic image with which I am quite happy. The reference was a magazine advertisement.
What startet as a somewhat mindless marker-sketch at a cafè while having a conversation later came out as a pretty cool cityscape. Probably inspired by the movie Tekkon Kinkreet, which I watched previously.
The raven familiar sat atop Florien's head making a mess of his braids. Weaving herself a new nest, she pulled a long strand free from a loooping braid her gleaming beak tucking it into a place that she deemed appropriate. She watched the snowy landscape alert to danger as she worked.