Here’s a quick glimpse into the process of making Scavenger. Displayed in glorious animated GIF format!

-Aaron

This piece is titled Scavenger, and it evolved from a simpler idea. Things escalated quickly! Created in Painter and Photoshop over the course of a few weeks.

Check out the DeviantArt post for a higher resolution file!

-Aaron

Happy Friday!

If you haven’t seen it, you’ve no doubt heard some buzz about the new Planet of the Apes movie. This guy here steals the show! His name is Koba, and he’s one of the most memorable movie characters since Heath Ledger’s Joker!

For anyone not aware, there is a pared down free version of Zbrush called Sculptris. It’s easy to use, intuitive and fun. I haven’t figured out how to sculpt anything that doesn’t look like it came out of a nightmare, but whatevs!
Here’s the result of my effin’ around with it. I recommend playing with it to strengthen your three dimensional thinking and understanding of form.
-Aaron For anyone not aware, there is a pared down free version of Zbrush called Sculptris. It’s easy to use, intuitive and fun. I haven’t figured out how to sculpt anything that doesn’t look like it came out of a nightmare, but whatevs!
Here’s the result of my effin’ around with it. I recommend playing with it to strengthen your three dimensional thinking and understanding of form.
-Aaron For anyone not aware, there is a pared down free version of Zbrush called Sculptris. It’s easy to use, intuitive and fun. I haven’t figured out how to sculpt anything that doesn’t look like it came out of a nightmare, but whatevs!
Here’s the result of my effin’ around with it. I recommend playing with it to strengthen your three dimensional thinking and understanding of form.
-Aaron

For anyone not aware, there is a pared down free version of Zbrush called Sculptris. It’s easy to use, intuitive and fun. I haven’t figured out how to sculpt anything that doesn’t look like it came out of a nightmare, but whatevs!

Here’s the result of my effin’ around with it. I recommend playing with it to strengthen your three dimensional thinking and understanding of form.

-Aaron

This got a little dwarfed in the composition of the last Fan Art Friday post. This is the original TARDIS sketch made in ArtFlow on my Samsung Tablet.

-Aaron

Happy Friday!

Enjoy some wibbly wobbly stuff! Ironically, I wish I’d had more time to work on this. I think I’ll have to do a full detail Doctor Who illustration some day. Stay tuned!

-aaron

tsaifoon Asked
QuestionI just have to know. Do you plan on making prints of these to buy? I would love to have this hung on my wall. It's so hopeful and reminds me to take life better than I am right now. Yet subtle-y unnoticeable that no one would know I'm a huge adventure time nerd :). Answer

Thanks so much! We do intend to have this available as a print in the near future. We are currently exploring different methods of doing so. If we can make it happen, we will announce it here on the blog.

Happy 4th!

Here’s a holiday Fan Art Friday quickie. Be safe and enjoy those grilled meats, filthy humans!

-Aaron

Banana!!!

…I mean happy Friday! Just a quick sketch this week of one of those yellow dudes who like yellow foods. Inspired by my nephew’s repetitive movie watching habits.

See you next week!

-Aaron

An Optimus quickie for your optics, just in time for the upcoming Bayformers movie. EXPLOSIONS ARE COMING.

It’s Fan Art Friday again! This week a little homage to the beautiful game Transistor (if you haven’t played it yet, please do so now)! Made in Inkscape and Photoshop.

-Natesquatch

Happy Friday!

Turns out dragons are hard to draw! Here is my little tribute to Toothless. I’m very excited about the new How to Train Your Dragon movie! How about you?!

-Aaron