Posted on November 22, 2011
Well, I’m back from Jamaica, and it feels good to be home, but oh man do I miss that beautiful island. So yea, also, I did get married if you haven’t noticed 🙂 I never felt so much joy and stress in one time I swear. I wanted it to all be over so we could relax and enjoy my honeymoon (which I did) but now I come back and most of my friends and family are gone…and I don’t want it to be over lol I had a fantastic time and I miss all you all so much, especially everyone that couldn’t come. I had a blast.
Now you can all quit your pitiful weeping because I’m still here, I’m just extremely busy with so many things I haven’t been able to post.
…in the mean time there may be an image or two that pop up on here, but I will DEFINITELY HAVE ARTWORK by December 13th when the company I work for (Broken Bulb) releases it’s new Miscrits game. There will be loads of artwork that I can finally show that has only been seen by a select lucky few! 😛
Posted on November 9, 2011
I’m getting married this Friday on 11/11/11 and after that we are off to Jamaica for 8 days for our honey moon! Woo I’m havin a good time, but things are really hectic and I’ve been busy non-stop with all the family/friends coming and going so don’t expect to see any artwork for the next couple of weeks. However, I plan on having a contest when I get back to celebrate reaching over 5000 views (not to mention over 33,000 views of my deviations!) so check back again soon!
Posted on October 18, 2011
2 sketches for a client’s cover illustration. His name is Ethan J. Mecomber and just published his first fantasy novel. Yeah, that’s a gun-sword 🙂
Posted on October 17, 2011
I created this for my “Finding Purpose” class at ASU, and I could have slacked off with it, but I decided to put a lot of thought into it and make it a serious long-lasting Mantra for my life. The Finding Purpose class is run by PHD Psychologist William Heywood who basically gives us tools and perspectives on how to understand ourselves better, and find our direction and future in life (among many other insightful things such as how to deal with negative situations and have a happy/healthy body and mind). The Mission Statement is filled with words to live by that I can look to in times of need, but really most of them could apply to anyone out there. I also created the symbol myself, it is the same symbol I have on my tattoo, which is the combination of the cross and the ohm symbol. In my opinion these are the two most recognizable symbols of Eastern & Western religion/philosophy, which comprise the basis of my beliefs.
If you would like to use this image yourself, go ahead, you can even take my name off too…all that I ask is you please acknowledge me as the creator wherever you place, post, or show the image.
Posted on October 6, 2011
Time for the last Blog Contest Winner’s character sketch. This one kind of reminds me a little of Hermoine Granger from Harry Potter. The character is named Cassie, and was concocted by the mind of Brooke at Paper Mountain brookerbusse.blogspot.com. She is a sassy purple-eyed teenager who loves to lecture, but still has enough sense of humor to laugh at herself for it.
Posted on October 5, 2011
Another round of contest winners, wahoo! Bear in mind these are all teen-adventure/fantasy books that these contest winners have won so all of the characters are teenagers.
First is Tenny, a character created by Jeigh @ writerbrained.blogspot.com, she’s a shy naive girl next door.
Second is Grey, Bess’s character from bessweatherby.com, he’s an awkward but somewhat cocky rich boy who doesn’t really fit into the the attention his position garners.
Posted on October 3, 2011
My lovely Jess has put on a contest recently on her blog at concretepiecesofsoul.blogspot.com. There were 3 winners, and each of them won a free sketch! You could win a free sketch too if you follow me or Jess, but for now check back to see the next 2 sketches that are to come.
This one is for Julie at rosewoodpencilbox.blogspot.com. The character is named “Bell” and he is a 16 year old troubled teen dealing with an unfortunate fantastical turn of events in the book he so dejectedly grips in his hand.
Posted on September 22, 2011
Well it’s been a while, but I assure anyone whose watched me that it isn’t because I’m being lazy. There is a lot of of work I haven’t been able to show from my job at Broken Bulb, and still so much more I can’t show until Volcano Island and Lost Moons are finished (2 of their game titles).
This is a wallpaper I painted in photoshop for the new add-on to our Facebook game “Miscrits: Volcano Island”. The Flaming Gorilla, affectionately called “Lavarilla” was created by another artist (Matt Stone) and I created the Hippo Shark baddy to the right, by the awesome name of “Gippo.” You can find the wallpaper at http://www.miscrits.com/forums/showthread.php?11244-Meet-Lavarilla!-Wallpaper!-AND-a-New-Miscrit!
All images rights reserved Broken Bulb Studios 2011
Posted on September 5, 2011
Once again I did some free sketches for getting over 100 watchers on Deviant Art (109 as I’m writing this, yay) so I’ve been giving away sketches to whoever requests something.
This last round was for Catelyn Stark from the George RR Martin Game of Thrones series, and on the bottom is Roxas from the Kingdom Hearts games.
Posted on August 29, 2011
So still getting requests for free sketches to celebrate getting over 100 watchers on my Deviant Art page (http://stoskri.deviantart.com)
Today we have Daenerys Targaryen from George RR Martin’s Game of Thrones series, and Master Kamagashi, a character invented by Lavender Blade (http://lavenderblade.deviantart.com)