Here is a link to a time-lapse video of me creating this custom playmat drawing of a Sliver from Magic: the Gathering.
Love seeing working shots of artwork.
Those oils are damn sexy.
my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997
www.sevans.co.nz , for more images and to kill time.
Wow! Nice work! I work in mostly ink, so I'm partial more to the ink work, but it's all great!
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Hi everyone, Here is an oil painting I recently completed for The Topps Company's upcoming trading card set, Mars Attacks: Invasion. This will be part of a rare chase set called "Masterpieces". The line-up of artists involved in this project is amazing. They include: Ed Repka, Glen Orbik, Earl Norem, Joe Jusko, Sanjulian, Dan Brereton, Greg Staples, Jim Nelson, Eric Wilkerson, Ralph Horsley, Alex Horley, Tom Kidd, and more.
The card set will be out in October, 2013.
Check out the Mars Attacks Facebook page here.
You are the man Jeff. Wish there were more people here to appreciate this.
Jeff, I remember watching your video of the acrylic painting a while back and fell in love with your style. It's so full of life and expressiveness - right up my street.
I also love your ink drawings - going to head off shortly and watch your process video for those. It's interesting because I'm working on an ink piece for my portfolio at the moment, and have been looking for inspiration and pointers on how to improve there, so seeing this thread appear at just the right time seemed like fate, lol.
Anyway, thanks for sharing and I hope you post more work soon. And good luck with the Mars Attacks project.
Love the brush and ink stuff and the rest too And thanks for posting the link to the video.
Wow, you must have a hell of a time creating pieces like these! There is such boundless imagination and fun in them. Amazing technique too. You and your work are great!
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