Feb 17 2010

Eastern Promises

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More sketchin’ with Adobe Illustrator, from David Cronenberg’s gory Russian Mafia flick Eastern Promises.

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Feb 16 2010

Old Man sketch – Adobe Illustrator

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This is just a little piece I did to experiment with Illustrator’s brush and LivePaint tools for drawing and coloring.

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Feb 12 2010

Abstract shapes

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Sometimes I do things like this:

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Feb 11 2010

Old Sketch of the Day #7

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Feb 10 2010

Slice of summer

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This summery sketch I did for a thank-you card makes me happy on a grey mixed-precipitation day like today.

neighborhood trees in summer, sketch by Gareth Hinds

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Feb 05 2010

Old Sketch of the Day #6

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Birkenstocks and skyscrapers

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Feb 04 2010

Old Sketch of the Day #5

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I like to make swirly doodles.

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Feb 03 2010

Old Sketch of the Day #4

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I like these.

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Feb 02 2010

Old Sketch of the Day #3

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I don’t know what this is. Satellite? Gun? Medical device?

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Feb 01 2010

Medusa

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This is an old piece I did for a character design challenge at ConceptArt.org – the topic was “Medusa the Queen”, and I envisioned Medusa as a kind of imperial/fascist/Nazi figure. Have I mentioned that ConceptArt.org is a pretty neat community for illustration and digital painting? The aesthetic that rules there tends to lean a bit toward the cheesy side of fantasy/sci-fi, but the technical mastery you can see on display, especially of digital tools, is astonishing, and there are a lot of people giving good advice to young artists about how to improve their work. Anyway, I realized I never posted this here, and it’s probably the most finished thing I ever did for CA. Click image to view larger.

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