Here I am with a copy of Digital FilmMaker magazine which features my artwork for Mouse-X on the cover and inside. There are 10 pages dedicated to the short Sci-Fi film created by Justin Tagg.
My artwork is on the cover of the September 2013 issue of Digital FilmMaker magazine! There’s a 6 page article inside and an interview with creator Justin Tagg.
Here’s one version of part of the artwork for the Mouse-X film poster I’ve been working on. It’s been great working on this project and I’m looking forward to watching this short film when it’s complete later this year. Here’s the link to the website again Mouse-X
I’m working on a piece of art for the Sci-Fi short film Mouse-X. I produced the storyboards and concept art for the film last year. Since then the film has been shot and is currently in post production.
I have been asked to do the poster art based on the original concept piece I did with the main character peering through a large man size mouse hole. The new artwork needs more detail and needs to resemble the actor who plays the main character Anderson.
Here is a section of the work in progress and below that the original concept art. The film has it’s own website now Mouse-X website
The SCIENCE FICTION FREEDOM E’ZINE again includes one of my illustrations for this month. This time to accompany the story “Deathless” written by Carole Gill.
Click HERE to access the FREE E’ZINE. You can also download the back catalogue from this link for you viewing pleasure! Thanks again to Peter Saga for including my work.
Here’s a quick digital sketch of a hangar with several space craft vehicles inside. Done using PhotoShop.
Here are 3 pieces I created for the short Sci-Fi film called Mouse. The film is about a man waking up in a building with no idea where he is or what he is doing there. After crawling through a man sized mouse hole in the wall of the room he wakes up in he discovers he is not alone, and the occupants look very familiar.
Mouse is created by Justin Tagg and you can find more information about the film by clicking HERE
An interview with the film maker Justin Tagg can be viewed by clicking HERE
The SCIENCE FICTION FREEDOM E’ZINE includes one of my illustrations this month to accompany the story Scene Saver written by Raymond Charbonneau.
Click HERE to access the FREE E’ZINE. You can also download the back catalogue from this link for you viewing pleasure! Thanks to Peter Saga for including my work.
Here’s my Mass Effect Miranda wallpaper. This is the widescreen version 1920 x 1200
This is the non widescreen version 1024 x 768 pixels.
I think this is finished now. This is Miranda on Illium. Miranda is a character from the Mass Effect series of games. The background scene is from a balcony overlooking a city on Illium, a planet that features in Mass Effect 2. Facial reference from images of actress Yvonne Strahovski were used. Yvonne is the actress who played the voice of Miranda and the character is also modelled on her likeness in the games.
I started off with a pencil drawing of the character. Once scanned onto the computer I painted in the rest. When playing Mass Effect 2 there are many WOW moments when you take in the scenery. For me walking around the city on this planet I would spend a lot of time looking over the balconies onto the cityscape below. Bioware did a really good job on the visuals here! The reason I have done this painting is in appreciation of Mass Effect, the artists behind it and the beautiful Yvonne Strahovski. I couldn’t really go wrong making this one look pretty 😛
I’m creating a larger wallpaper version for people to download to use as their desktop background this weekend 😀