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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

General Fury!

The infamous San Diego Comic Con was last week. I have alway wanted to attend but scheduling and acquiring tickets hasn't worked out in the past. Lucky for me this september Salt Lake City is going to have its first ever Comic Con! Even better, is the news that I was able to secure a booth in the artist alley. This will be  my first time going and participating in a convention. I'm pretty stoked and hope that The Salt Lake Comic Con is a success! At my booth I will be selling sketches, prints, and if all works out an art book featuring my paintings and drawings.

General Nick Fury is the first in a new batch of superhero caricature paintings. I'm hoping to have a lest 10 more painted by september. If you have any suggestions on heros or villains that you would like to see a caricature of sound off below and just maybe you see a version of that character at the Salt Lake Comic Con!

Friday, July 5, 2013

Uncle Sam



Hello everyone!!! I wanted to get this uploaded yesterday but it was a busy day as most of you can imagine. For every major holiday I like to paint a something to commemorate it. As of yet I didn't have anything for the Fourth of July so I thought it would be fun to paint good ole' Uncle Sam. Also I did a screen recording of the painting and uploaded it to youtube. Hope you all had a safe holiday!

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Milosport Skateboard Artwork






Being an artist is pretty freaking awesome!!! Everyday I get to work on fun art projects with awesome clients! One of those clients in Milosport located in Orem, Utah.

Around the age of 12 I purchased up my first "real" skateboard from my cousin Jared. I spent everyday trying to learn how to ollie (jump for the layman). I would practice and practice until one day all my hard work and effort finally paid off. Since then, I have spent the last 22 years or so on a skateboard.

Being artistic from a young age, I always dreamed of designing my own board graphic.When I got the call from Ben over at Milosport I was ecstatic! He pretty much left the door wipe open for me to work. For this design I wanted to pay tribute to Jim Phillips my favorite skateboard artist. He came with some of the most iconic graphics ever to grace the bottom of a skateboard deck.

These are the four colors that were decided upon for the final layout. Enjoy!!!