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  • Citreon Survolt

    Marker on Moleskine

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  • ’55 Buick

    A ’55 Buick just for fun. With markers

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  • Angelina Jolie

    Oil on Wood

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  • Face study of Ball Jointed Dolls

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  • Timberland Boots Ink style Pyrography

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  • Timberland Boots Pyrography

    Pyrography is the art of painting with fire.

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  • Toyota MR2 unwrap

    I sketched out this UV unwrap for KY’s car and I illustrated some of my art on top of it. When the car is back from servicing, it’s going to be spray painted with this design yo!

     

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  • Hello, this is my style

    Will be keeping to this style for the time being.

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  • Girl of Flames

    Mocking up some pieces for spray on walls.

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  • Psoriasis charity painting

    Acrylic on Canvas
    3 x 4 ft

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  • Painted iPhone case for Michelle

    Acrylic on Phone Case

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  • Bumblebee painted helmet

    Spray & Acrylic on Helmet

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  • Civet Come Alive

    Painted this for Andrew T Crum to support his request. Can be seen at Artisan Cafe, TTDI today.

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  • Puff Puff

    Acrylic on Wood

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  • Michelle Branch portrait

     Late night sketch in Corel Painter. 2 hours. Click for full view.

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  • Lilies

    The best way to improve one’s brushwork is to work with chinese or sumi-e painting where the less brush strokes you use the more impact there is. A brush stroke can look like a leave or a petal, hair and even a figure but mine still looks like a brush stroke. -_- I have given myself until the end of the year to discover my style and improve at the same  time.

    A student’s work is always lacking, sometimes not because of skill but because of materials. What you see are are 90% painted and 10% photoshopped. Student grade’s ink are diluted and I couldn’t get it to be pure black. I also have to resort to gouache white for the highlights. Other than that, I was basically trying to figure out what my painting is lacking compared to the original. With photoshop, at least I know what steps I have missed and should have incorporated next time when I work.

     

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  • Audi R8

    Pen & Marker on Moleskine paper

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  • Autumn

    10″ x 14″
    Acrylic on Canvas

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