Thanks for commenting on my sketchbook earlier. Your work is fantastic! I could definitely learn a bunch from you!
Do you ever do other genres? I was just noticing that your work had that clean-future sci-fi quality that has been mentioned already... and I think it's a result, not only from the awesome design, but of also using only one set of vanishing points in each piece. You know, like, if you're using a single-point perspective, everything in the scene goes to that one point, or if you're using a two-point shot, everything lines up with those two points. This, then, means everything in the scene is at right-angles to each other, because if something was turned, it would track to a different set of perspective points on the same horizon line. It's a great stylistic choice and gives your works that clean look, and I was wondering if this was all done intentionally. But I was also just thinking and wondering what your take would be on less-clean environments, like seedy back alleys, westerns, or decaying ruins... or even of just placing elements with these types of environments that sit at odd angles to each other, so that they track to different sets of vanishing points along the same horizon... It might be something interesting to experiment with...
By the way - I love how vibrant your water color thumbnails are!
Thanks for sharing: Looking forward to seeing more!