Wasn't sure if I should post something like this....
This November I will be having a solo exhibition at Sagebrush Cafe.
The show will be up from November 20th to February 11th. There will be an opening reception on Saturday, Nov. 20th and 5pm if anyone can make it out to see the show! It will be lots of fun and I’m very excited to be showing in this space as it belongs to an amazing friend of mine. The work I will be displaying will all be fore sale and I will have smaller unframed prints as well. If you live in the L.A. area, Sagebrush is very easy to get to. If you live in the area I hope you can make it out to see the show – there will be plenty of good drinks!
also, I noticed that for some reason I posted Battlecat like 3 seperate times. Sorry about that, there must have been a file name problem or my short term memory is failing. :P probably the second one...Thanks!
It's been some time since i posted, mainly due to getting deep into studies of female anatomy and my job getting most of my art attention as of lately. Figured i could take a short break from the studies and Make a fun creature to post.
I dubbed this creature "the blind storm", this creature is a desert dweller who carries a large static charge. As the creature is born it's eyes quickly go blind over the years and relies on sensing electricity in other animals near by. This creature will often search for prey with a high residence of energy within them, as the creature can amplify its own static charge within the prey to stun them.
In the act of coitus males will often kill the females as their static charges are usually more extreme than the females'. The species makes up for this by having roughly a 3 times as likely chance to birth females than males. The females who do survive will often birth a litter of 5 to 10 pups. The mother will quickly abandon the pups in different locations, this is to avoid risk of their static charges conflicting with each others'.
Hope you enjoy.
Hello! I'm very excited to be a part of this amazing blog, I've been following it for a long time and I am very honored to be asked to contribute.
Quick bio: I worked at Rhythm & Hues as a Look Development TD ( painting textures, writing shaders and fiddling with fur) on a bunch of movies and commercials. I'm currently not working, so hopefully there will be a lot more updates from me.
Hi everybody, I'm a newbie here and very honored to be involved with such talented artists like you guys !
Here it is some samples of my work, I do it just for fun and pleasure. I used to do a monster a day on my blog during 2 years and now I try to do more ambitious stuffs ! Hope you'll like it !