Since the pandemic began it’s been challenging to find ways to be social, but one that’s been a healthy distraction and stuck around after the initial excitement wore off is streaming on Twitch.
I initially started streaming so I could learn how to setup a proper stream and use programs like OBS for a friend who wanted to stream games, but they quit pretty quick into it and I just kept doing it.
A sci-fi themed custom commission for a lovely couple in California. This piece was designed as an 11×14 gallery wrapped canvas print that you can see in the timelapse below.
Talk about a dream gig! This series of 6 custom painted play mats was commissioned by my homestore Madness Games & Comics for their 2014 Star Wars X-Wing Miniature Tournament.
In the ongoing quest to document my process and gain art fans through YouTube I’ve got another timelapse/speed drawing video in the can, this one of everyone’s favorite illegal alien, Superman. The Man of Steel. Clark Kent. Kal-El. The original Man of Tomorrow.
This is about 4 hours of work and was completed 100% on the pixel-box. The initial sketch, which I didn’t record, took about an hour or so. You can see the finished piece here.
More time-lapse goodness, this time of the Burning Man commission I posted last week.
This is about 15 hours of work, including the mounting process, time-lapsed down to just over 5 minutes with music by the massively amazing Adam Warrock. If you dig the track go pick it up along with the rest of his new album Middle of Nowhere.