My game of thrones tribute piece for an upcoming show.

Royal Rumble
Acrylic paint on archival Canson paper
16 x 12

Painted this little picture on paper yesterday.
To give you an idea of size, the diamond is 14.5 cm high). Acrylic paint on light blueish-gray Canson paper.

Painted this little picture on paper yesterday.
To give you an idea of size, the diamond is 14.5 cm high). Acrylic paint on light blueish-gray Canson paper.

Okay, here it is! Done! This is just a crummy studio photo, and the colours are a little off, among other things, but I’m done! Yay! I’ll get it photographed soon and post a better picture :) Chapter 2: The Prophecy Cometh. —> Part of the Perilous Journey series. (I’m doing them out of order). Acrylic on Masonite 16 x 20

Okay, here it is! Done! This is just a crummy studio photo, and the colours are a little off, among other things, but I’m done! Yay! I’ll get it photographed soon and post a better picture :)

Chapter 2: The Prophecy Cometh. —> Part of the Perilous Journey series. (I’m doing them out of order).
Acrylic on Masonite
16 x 20

Work in progress for an upcoming group show at Modern Eden in San Francisco.
Oil on masonite,5x7.

Work in progress for an upcoming group show at Modern Eden in San Francisco.

Oil on masonite,5x7.

Work in progress. Painting in oil this time. Loving the medium.

Work in progress. Painting in oil this time. Loving the medium.

Fireball tag! Pew! Pew-pew! Oil on canvas. The size is..um..I don’t know, how are you supposed to measure an oval? It’s roughly the size of my face. That’s my professional measurement. Leave me alone- I’m the artist I can do whatever I want.

Fireball tag! Pew! Pew-pew! Oil on canvas. The size is..um..I don’t know, how are you supposed to measure an oval? It’s roughly the size of my face. That’s my professional measurement. Leave me alone- I’m the artist I can do whatever I want.

Process:
Step 1: Have an adorable niece who is willing to pose for you
Step 2: Shenanigans
Step 3: Snap as many photos as you can in the single 2-minute window between shenanigans
Step 4: mapping out the painting and line work.
Step 5: ta-daa!