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Sunday, November 30, 2014

Random Fandom: The Art Awakens

Happy post-Thanksgiving, true followers!

As I awoke this fine Sunday morning, I realized I'd been dormant for too long. So, as a 'I'm sorry for not being active', here is a fun piece I'd been working on: Magneto from my Star TreX concept. Enjoy!

Sunday, November 9, 2014

Forever Interactive - Visions of Zosimos: Festering Mummy

Welcome back, vigilant followers!

Today I bring you concept art for The Festering Mummy, a character for Visions of Zosimos. This concept was originally started by a friend of mine and fellow VoZ artist, Mikella Touchstone. However, it was handed off to me, and immediately it felt daunting to follow in her footsteps. Needless to say, I went at it as best I could, and the results speak for themselves! Enjoy!

Sunday, October 5, 2014

Forever Interactive - Visions of Zosimos: Book of the Damned

And we're back, diligent followers!

The Book of The Damned is presented to you today in full swing!

At first, my designs we're missing something. With the very helpful and much needed guidance of my 2D team, it finally gained what I needed to make this thing look like something that's been damned.


Sunday, September 21, 2014

Random Fandom: Saber The Feeling

I was naughty and bought a custom lightsaber from the amazing craftsmen of SaberForge. It's based on the lightsaber used by my character Jedi Sage Konyr Darkcloud in the absolutely awesome game Star Wars: The Old Republic. It's purple and totally badass.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Forever Interactive - Visions of Zosimos: Achilles Heel

Happy post-Labor Day, loyal followers!

Today's installment brings to you my next Forever Interactive piece: Achilles Heel!

This card was yet another that challenged me dearly, and the end result was well worth the hard work and frustration is getting it 'just right'.

If it feels familiar at all, it's because it's a continuation of 'Scout'! I felt that it would be fun to create a mini-story, as it were, between my cards. This little bit of continuity links my art and makes it feel a bit more personal as I can have that kind of fun.