These are three new pieces created for the Dragon Con Art show in Atlanta, GA. Artists exhibit and sell their work at a gallery style space within the convention. The convention is still in progress, and the attendance has been phenomenal this year. Spending time at the art show is always enjoyable. Several different styles and genres are represented so there is something for everyone. For more information about Dragon Con, visit their website.
The theme for these three pieces is derived from Norse mythology. The children of the god Loki and the giantess Angrboda are three monstrous creatures. The oldest, Fenrir, is a giant wolf. The other two siblings are Jormungand, the sea serpent or Midgard serpent, and Hel the ruler of Helheim otherwise known as the realm of the dead. Materials used are ink and graphite on bristol board.
Sunday, August 31, 2008
Monday, August 25, 2008
These are some of the gray scale concepts created for 12 to Midnight Games and Morbid Games. The images were used as interior illustrations for RPG manuals.
Sunday, August 24, 2008
Here is the newest piece I've been working on. She's called Aves Avelia. In addition to many others, this piece will be on display at the Dragon Con art show in Atlanta, Georgia this coming weekend.
Wednesday, August 20, 2008
I just finished my piece for "The Circus Show" at A Bitchin' Space Gallery in Sacramento, CA. The show will open Sept. 13. Read more about the show here.
Monday, August 4, 2008
I recently received word that my graphite drawing, "Sliopterom", has been nominated in the "unpublished monochrome" category for the Chesley Awards. This is an incredible honor and I am so excited to be included with so many talented professional artists. A full list of all of the nominees is at the ASFA's website, here. Yay!!