Guess it’s been a while

Scary Movie

I haven’t posted much of anything in a while. I went on vacation at the end of August and since I’ve been back I have been extremely busy on all sorts of things except for game design.

I’ve been testing a smart remote device that I’m under NDA and can’t say anything more about, I’ve been researching 3D printers for a new project my wife and I might possibly jump into, and I’ve been helping my mom with getting her business and website off the ground.… Continue reading

Game Art for Goat Girl Princess Emerges!

Just to prove that I am indeed working on Goat Girl Princess still, I took some of the art and made a little scene out of it. This isn’t a shot from the game, though something similar will be in there I’m sure.

mug-platformer

I like to take my artwork and put it on t-shirts and mugs and stuff though, so the reason I made the image in this specific size was to see what it looked like on a mug.… Continue reading

Eye Made a New T-Shirt

Yes, that’s right, eye made a new t-shirt this week. I, Horror is something I’ve been painting in Photoshop off and on for the last few weeks. I was inspired by the Beholder creatures from Dungeons & Dragons and of course, there have been eyeball monsters in countless videogames.

I’ve never done a lot of digital painting and I learned a lot while making this.… Continue reading

Art Book Recommendation: Geek Art Anthology


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Geek-Art: An Anthology: Art, Design, Illustration & Pop Culture


Every age has its artistic inspiration. Medieval artists exalted spiritual subjects. Modernists shifted their attention to humanity and the senses. For a generation of artists and fans today, our heroic subjects are Mario, Pikachu, Spider-Man, Darth Vader, Frodo, and a legion of other iconic figures from the “geek” culture realms of movies, cartoons, video games, and comics.
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