Just finished sending off my new business card design to the printers. Pretty excited to see them. You can grab one yourself if you come see my table at the Alternative Press Expo this weekend in San Francisco. Table 713.
Skeletal restoration by William D. Matthew from 1905, the first reconstruction of Tyrannosaurus rex ever published. So I reconstructed it. I’m pretty certain this is what T. rex actually looked like.
Anonymous said: I'm a huge fan of your work though I never truly knew who you were for people have been posting your art on sites such as 9gag and memebase (hence where I found the picture) yet it was hard to find you to give credit. Have you ever Thought about having a logo or signature of some sort to distinguish yourself?
All of my pokemon pieces bare my signature and my website. The website is usually found along the edge of a pokemon. I guess I could start double tagging my site in there, one along a pokemon and one along the bottom of the composition.
Been doodling Spinosaurus again after the new findings came out. Also since every goddamn article and video about Spinosaurus has to compare it to T. rex, have a comparison between my rex and spino. The legs are a bit bigger than NatGeo’s version after what Scott Hartman came out with. Also thought it would be neat if the sail sort of mimicked the look of river debris and dead branches so it could camouflage itself as such when trundling along through the water.
I get a fair bit of asks about what music I play when I livestream, so I took a few screenshots of some of my playlists. There may be some overlap as they are from separate playlists. Hope there are enough new tunes here to track down.
Finished my Gyarados piece. You can buy prints of it over here. You can read the full flavor text here.
Anonymous said: Do you account for the time spent on pieces as a factor in your ability as an artist?
Yes. Speed at which you can do things is a very important part of being a marketable artist.