Thursday, April 27, 2017

Art from a recent card game project...

A selection of recent art I created for an upcoming card game created By Dan Smith which I believe is going to launch soon- it was great to be able to work with Dan as we had previously worked together on various Cyberspace RPG illustrations a while ago, and had gotten acquainted through an art trade where we had drawn each other's Cyberpunk-genre game characters. I look forward to seeing this game come out.

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Cyberangel MMXVII:I

The first Cyberangel rendering of the year. Did a little experimentation with this piece regarding texture layers and some painterly-like processes.

Saturday, October 10, 2015


The latest of my Cyberangel series, Messenger. I will have these available as a print, approximately 16X20 format.

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Cyberangel MMXV:I/Angel of Death

The latest in my "Cyberangel" series, I am planning on making this available as a Giclee print (on 12" X 18" paper- image being slightly smaller) in a run of 13 prints (13 being the number of the death card in the Tarot- more of a thematic choice than any belief in such things...).

Saturday, August 9, 2014


As I haven't posted these yet within this blog, I thought I would share these—these are my current images of a series that I began awhile back. A friend had requested a rendition, in the manner I would choose, of an angel. I allowed my interest in science fiction/fantasy and depictions of the female form to drive what I eventually arrived at (notably the art of Coop, Sorayama, Olivia, Heavy Metal magazine, and influences of some similar nature). Since then, I have further explored this idea and have with some of these, revisited "characters" drawn before and tried to see if my previous attempts could be further improved upon. I do have these images available as prints on my Søciety 6 site here, should you have an interest in obtaining one of these.

Friday, March 14, 2014


A self portrait/Tarot character card project I undertook suggested by some friends via Facebook- I did some searches and took a couple of "Which Tarot card are you?" quizzes online, and decided to render this image. The project involved a limited pallet (though I broke that with the can after the fact). I found Wikipedia: Tarot-The_Emperor helpful with some of the ideas. I plan to make a card back at some point and utilize this for a promotional piece, as well as render some more of the cards.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

"Fin" (a Life Aquatic submission to a local show)

Created for a local event celebrating the work of film maker Wes Anderson, my submission is entitled "Fin" - as in both the Jaguar Shark fin, and the denoting of the end of French film- though technically not the end of the film per se, this is the end of the Jaguar Shark hunt scene, which I think qualifies for the use of the pun. Stardust Video & Coffee: CALL TO ARTISTS - Wes Anderson Art Show