Hi, everyone. Here are some concept art sketches for a new project I’m working on. I’ll keep you posted here in the blog as the project develops. Thanks for your patience!
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Hey, folks. I’ve got the essentials of my portfolio in place, and you can see it at jackson.tauinformatics.com. There are a few more things I’d like to add and change, but as I’m learning, perfectionism is the enemy of ever getting anything done.
So, what now? I’ve got a few ideas. Keep your eyes on the blog, I’ll keep you posted on what I’m up to.
My co-worker commissioned another piece, this time of his D&D ranger with owl companion. If you’d like to commission some art from me, shoot me an email (jackson atsign thesketchy dot com) and let me know what you have in mind.
(Here is the piece he previously commissioned!)
Happy New Year, Sketch Comedy fans! I have not forgotten you, even as I work on assembling my portfolio. See, I have drawn Susan, ringing in the new year with her New Year’s Shovel.
Hey, guys. Thanks for being patient with me as I assemble my portfolio! To reward your patience, I would like to share with you the cover image that I made for it. I’m pleased with this piece!
What is it that Paul from the Devastator Babies is looking at? Is it a miniature Action Robot?
Here’s a commission I drew for a co-worker, who requested a drawing of himself as an Irish mobster with a blackthorn cane. If you’d like to commission some art from me, shoot me an email (jackson atsign thesketchy dot com) and let me know what you have in mind.
You are almost certainly familiar with Gordon McAlpin (either through my numerous comics where he makes an appearance or because you came here from my Multiplex guest strip from last Thursday). Well, Gordon recently finished his first semester of grad school, and one of his final projects was to create a game. He chose to create a Multiplex card game, and he got several artists to pitch in and contribute art for some of the “movie” cards. As you can see above, I was one such artist.
The fictional movie that Gordon gave me to illustrate a still from was: “SNOWBOUND: When Henry and his workaholic dad are snowed in at an abandoned old hotel, they have to get through their differences and fend of a wacky pair of burglars.” Or, as Gordon paraphrased it: The Shining meets Home Alone.
You can see some more of the contributions over at Gordon’s Multiplex blog, “Deleted Scenes.” There’s some great stuff over there, including stills from fellow webcartoonists Wes Molebash and Angela Melick, so I encourage you to check it out.