February 1st, 2010
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March 28th, 2009
I finally finished it! This is a piece I started when I got laid off from my previous job and was considering a career change at 22. I decided to stick with illustration a while longer and make this, and I’m glad I did. You can see this image and all my other 3d illustrations here.
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February 1st, 2009
For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been working on a new sculpture. It’s been keeping me busy while I wait for calls about jobs, and it’s been a good creative outlet while I’m home. The final illustration will be about choosing a new career, but that’s a few weeks off I think. It’s made of Super Sculpey, but I’m adding paper mache elements and some other stuff as I think it needs it (as you can see I don’t have a very solid plan… just sort of letting it develop organically).
Here’s a mid-way picture…
Hopefully by the end of next week it will look a lot more finished!
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December 23rd, 2008
This is my latest 3D illustration… it’s a portrait of Poe in celebration of his 200th birthday this coming January. Poe hung out here in Baltimore quite a bit so I thought he would be a good subject to do while I’m here…
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December 9th, 2008
A couple of weeks ago, the company I work for asked us artists to come up with some Christmas tree designs for the Kennedy Kreiger Institutes’ Festival of Trees, which is held every year right after Thanksgiving. It’s a pretty huge event apparently (I didn’t get to go…) and it was great to work on something that so many people were going to see.
A couple of my designs ended up getting picked, so I got to make them for the Festival. I just found out that the designs are up on the Fandango website now, so I thought I would share a link. If you’re looking at this site, I made the one called Painted Tree and the Monopoly Tree.
Here are some of my own picture of my designs….
The flamingo behind the Monopo-Tree isn’t part of it unfortunately… that was part of another Fandango tree made by Glen. (He thinks they’re real.)
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