Posted in Uncategorized on September 7, 2010 by Matt

Heeeeyo! Been pretty busy lately doing anatomy studies and also some more finished concept art stuff. The last couple nights I’ve been working on my take of a zombie like outbreak. Now I know you’re thinking, “Why zombies, they’ve been done a million times before…kinda gettin old.” And I answer you ZOMBIES CAN NEVER GET OLD!!! They will forever be awesome.

My zombie outbreak isn’t based around some virus…no no no! There is a worm-like parasite that travels into your brain and takes over both mind and body! DUDE YOU GOT WORMS!


Aquatic warrior concept

Posted in Uncategorized on September 3, 2010 by Matt

Drew and painted this concept today. I was thinking about a race from under the sea like Atlantis or whatever. Used a reference for the anatomy. It was tons of fun, and I want to do a bunch more in this style. Gotta keep working on anatomy and other stuff though.

Gotta push the fundamentals!!!!!

Posted in Uncategorized on August 31, 2010 by Matt

I definitely need to work more on the basics. Anatomy, light, color, ect. So you’ll probably start seeing a lot more rough sketches and study type stuff. I also want to keep working on completed illustrations, but they take up a lot of time that I could be working on the fundamentals.

Some new pieces

Posted in Uncategorized on August 30, 2010 by Matt

Been working on a bunch of creature/character concepts lately in a more stylistic manner. I used to try straying away from using line because it can really make the image flat, but I decided to try embracing it. I think they have been pretty successful. I’ll probably work more with this approach and see how it develops.


Posted in Uncategorized on August 10, 2010 by Matt

Here are some figure sketches using a picture reference. And some demonic dude with stuff coming out of him…shrug.


Latest Illustration

Posted in Uncategorized on August 5, 2010 by Matt

Here is the latest digital illustration I’ve done. I’m pretty excited with how it turned out. Usually it takes anywhere from 7 to 8 hours to sketch and color it, but this only took about 5.

I still have much to learn though, my anatomy is spotty in some areas, and the light and color could be much improved. Yet I feel like I’m getting there.

Heyo demon sketch

Posted in Uncategorized on July 18, 2010 by Matt

Here is another demon sketch. Not sure why I’m on a demon kick, but they are sure fun to draw.

I’ll definitely have to upload some traditional sketches as well as studies (which i need to do way more of).