Sunday, July 30, 2006

here's another Alias sketchbook Pro sketch.


Can you tell I've got no freelance work going at the moment?

more art rage action

These are a few sketches done in Alias Sketchbook Pro. I might have to break down and purchase this one too.

Thursday, July 20, 2006

final pages as they appear in the ashcan


Monday, July 17, 2006

By the way, here is what a "WUT Comics" ashcan proof looks like!


Hi there. Still pretty jazzed on this Art Rage program. It's pretty interesting to see how the paint behaves here - from what my experienced traditional painting friends have said, it's a fairly good model of how real paint works . Kind of a wake up call as to how easy it is to get the color you are after in Photoshop. On the other hand, in Photoshop you don't seem to get those accidental color shifts and specks that this "real paint" stuff does....

Sunday, July 16, 2006

Howdy there; here's another quick Art Rage sketch. Have I mentioned I really like this program? I can't wait to try it with a tablet PC...

Friday, July 14, 2006


Here is a sketch done quickly in Art Rage using the pencil tool and colored in Photoshop. Not really a concept design for anything... I really like the way the pencils and paint feel in this program.


Monday, July 10, 2006

And starting to think about a new short story for the next possible anthology project...

No comment really at this time, other than that I think I want to have a more solid, plot oriented story this time.

Here are a couple of old sketches done in pencil and watercolor; these two were really early concepts for characters inhabiting the world in which this ashcan/short story takes place. The top sketch shows one incarnation of Somerset Free, the main character. The lower image is a character named Beethoven Five, a professional racer and "artifical personality construct."

Wednesday, July 05, 2006

After months of waiting, Dave has posted some art on his blog. His story "Obsidian Six" is one of the three stories that will appear in our self published project.

Check out Dave's work:

Todd Uyeminami, the third artist/writer in our joint venture, has recently created a blog to show off some of his awesome artwork: