Monday, June 28, 2010


I'm getting three different portfolios ready for next summer's internships. There are so many things I want to do in art and so many different studios in the Bay Area, that have inspired my development and imagination, that I'd love to be a part of and hopefully have the opportunity to inspire new generations through.
This particular cover is for my sci-fi/fantasy concept art portfolio. I plan on applying to Lucas and Tippet along with many others with this particular portfolio. I'm also going to do a portfolio of my cartoon concept art for art departments of that sort, and a story boarding portfolio.
Between now and next summer I'll also be sharpening my skills to take a stab at an animation video portfolio.
I have a rigorous year ahead of me and it's quite possibly going to be the most important year of my life to date. I'm getting these things together now, because the sooner I start the more I can perfect it until I have to send stuff in. So enjoy this tidbit for now, and cross your fingers for my peers and I.


  1. I feel this works better as a smaller image because it keeps things a little more simple. Don't get me wrong, I think it's beautiful and meticulously detailed (and maybe it's because I've sprinted away from capturing finickey detail in my work), but when all of that detail is compressed into the basic core shapes of the image I just think it reads better. Either way, I look forward to seeing more.

  2. Yeah, such is the way of concept art. However this website also adds to the crappiness. It has a tendency to add a bit of archiving and desaturate the colors a lot. The fact that this piece has an abundance of bluegreens and reds certainly isn't helping the cause lol. You should check out this link. Much closer to it's true form.