Hello again, internet! I’ve just finished moving yet again, and figured I’d start posting my homework from Noah’s Art Camp. I’m about a month behind…let’s see how much I can get done! (While I feel I received a great fine arts education in college, I am forever interested in pushing myself a little further, especially […]Read More Noah’s Art Camp I
If adeptly rendering the human form is one of your goals, I can’t overstate the importance of doing figure studies on a regular basis, and drawing from real life when possible. If you are a student, your campus probably has an art club/drawing group. For those of us out of the education system, there are […]Read More Figure Studies II
Sketchbook cleaning is a necessity when you draw a lot. It’s not so much cleaning as it is pouring through the strange and frenzied visual diaries you carry on you for months at a time long after the fact, boggling over all the jotted notes and long-forgotten ideas. It’s unsettling sometimes to find sketches that […]Read More Sketchbook Cleaning I
Here’s the finished piece for An Artist A Day – – and a detail shot of the dog – – and on a completely different note, Skyrim fanart that will be digitally colored soon! Thanks for watchin’! – JTRead More More Art!
Hello, internet! Between Muse Art and Design’s An Artist A Day event and preparing to move yet again, I’ve been keeping quite busy. Still, I’ve found time to take on a few projects on the side, including some portraits that I’ll be excited to share here. In the meantime, here are a pair of illustrations […]Read More Lots of new stuff in the works.
Hello out there! If you’re reading this, you’ve discovered my first art blog post. Congratulations! Have some sketches from last weekend’s Sketchy Saturday event at One Grand Gallery here in Portland, OR. 2-hour figure study with a professional fighter as model. I’m excited to get this blog goin’. Much more interesting and elaborate posts to […]Read More Designing websites – that’s what weekends are for, right? (Figure Studies I)