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.
I’ve been screen capturing my digital work lately with the intent of making time-lapse videos and I’m happy to report the 2nd one is ready to go. Below you’ll find 8 hours of digital illustration condensed down to 6 minutes of time-shifted goodness.
As always you can pick up a print at my Etsy Shop.
Space-Gun Studios has taken on the job of getting our friend and collaborator Devin Kraft’s Dragon Slayer book colored and ready to print for his next Kickstarter endeavor. Below is a time-lapse video where I kick off colors on page one using Photoshop CC and a Cintiq. Enjoy!
Staple! is one of my favorite comic-cons to attend. It’s local (a quick hop to Austin) and it’s always packed with awesome indie creators and fan willing to try new things. Plus it actually focuses on comics, and not the mass entertainment/movie/video game tie-ins that so many are in the business for these days. The entire Space-Gun crew will be in ustin this March for the
Fellow Space-Gunner Paul Milligan an I decided to do a short for inclusion in this years Staple! program book. It’s based on a rough concept by Jake Ekiss (another studio member) that proposed a series of shorts about the future’s hottest, toughest, space-fighting women. Think 50’s pinups and bomber art meet pulp adventure and futuristic sci-fi. So everything I love about comics and sci-fi basically.
Words and inks by me, with sweet-ass pencils by Paul.
These pages are unlettered, so be sure and come down to Staple! and pick up the program book if you want to get your introduction to our new heroine Joanne Foxtrot. They’ll be plenty more of her to come as 2011 rolls along.
Staple! is March 5th and 6th at the Marchesa Hall and Theater in Austin, TX. Go here for more info.
I’m up late tonight working on colors for my Shaman’s Stone short and thought I would share a little behind the scenes look into the coloring.
The Space-Gun crew was offered a chance to pick up a dropped ball on an anthology and as long as I can get these 10 pages colored by next weekend I’m good to go for issues one.
More details on the book once I’m closer to being completed and get the scoop for myself. Hope everyone is having a great weekend!