The "Princess of Cavite" was a young girl I met in a brief visit to the area. She also liked to draw and it was nice to see when she did smile.
Observational work done with charcoal
For Art History 2 I wanted to emulate the technique used in Renaissance paintings. Although PS was used, the canvas was roughed and the color palate very limited. Blending was required and several passes made. There is a video showing some of the process while it was being made. This has been printed on canvas and displayed by a couple galleries.
created using a bamboo stick and india ink
This is showing how it looks drawn then when it is colored.
CTNX 2017 provided models in various costumes doing 3 min poses. This was hand drawn then colored on ipad on the flight home
Return from Boracay
Sat across from me in plane. 100% digital speed sketch and color
Hand drawn in layers then inked.
She isn't drunk. I was experimenting showing moods
guy at airport
returning from Siggraph 2017 I saw this person at the airport and saw a chance to capture pose
This began as a street sketch. Then I finished it elsewhere.
A fun self portrait in Charcoal. Note: when using multiple mirrors beware of distortion in proportion.
Random speed sketch
Mixed media created from observation using India Ink and Charcoal. Plus there was a little rain.
In PI there are many sizes of vehicles and the lanes are not maintained.As a passenger I observed, photo, later sketched from photo and memory then colored digitally.
All items here were done by me including voice over, original concepts and vector art, color palette etc. What I did NOT create: The script was mostly written with only minor changes client approved. The tree, the acorn, the morphing animation, the heart and the texture of the background was supplied by the free library of the software used. See some of the creative process in the BLOG