I know I've not updated this in a while. Shame on me. However, it was for a good reason. I was busy working on my first major freelance project. An iphone application made by Smort I had a lot of fun working on it and they announced it at Comic-con. A fine game that combines alien women in bikinis, beach music, zombies, and shooting stuff. After finishing that I admittedly relaxed for a little bit, and then went back to work. This time on a skate deck design. You can see the original digital design and finished skate deck above. This will eventually make it to the terminal 22 gallery in Oakland once they get to their new location on Art Murmur row. I'm surprised the actual skate deck came out as well as it did. Never thought I'd be saying that about going from digital to traditional, but there it is. I haven't worked with straight acrylics since I was in a figure drawing/painting class in college four years ago, and I haven't ever painted a fully acrylic piece of artwork that hasn't been a study of something. I'd also like to mention that Terminal 22 has set up a small store of the work I've shown in their gallery. You can view that here. The deck will eventually be up for sale too, though I have yet to decide on a price for it. Have a good week everyone and enjoy.