Now that the grownups are happy, it’s time to focus on the little ones. Kids’ versions of my Animal Whisperer t-shirts are here!
I know it’s late, but I’ve been burning the midnight oil for many weeks to get my new products out for you. I know everyone is looking for gifts this holiday seasons, and you want to make sure they get to their destination on time so please take a moment to look over my holiday shipping […]
I gotta be honest here. I absolutely love these new Animal Whisperer t-shirts.
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You can jump to the end of the post for the shirt details. But first, a little history…
There are some new purchase options for my fine art prints that I think you might be interested to hear about. First, let’s talk about the materials:
Two types of paper
The new matte photo paper option was added for customers looking for a more economical choice.
Kodak Professional Endura Premiere Paper is the best photographic paper […]
Every once in a while you need a fresh start.
I’ve gone through a summer of transition, and it was time for me to concentrate on certain aspects of my art business. Over the last few months I’ve worked hard on fixing some things and adding others.
I want to officially welcome you to the new […]
This past month here in town, the El Paso Community Foundation has been hosting a film festival, showing all kinds of classic films ranging from blockbusters to vintage cinema. My wife and I planned to go to a few of them, but our schedule filled up early and we […]
This was my first full attempt at a digital painting after years of painting with oil paints. It was also my first real attempt at moving away from my older subject matter of miniature people into the historical vein I’m interested in now. Photoshop CS3, Intuos 4, 2012
This was an early test of combining a 3d model with a photograph for reference. Instead of working from photographs only, I wanted to test my digital painting skills and my 3d modeling. Original figure reference is from an old Time Magazine photo of a soldier during WWII. Photoshop CS3, Intuos 4 + Google Sketchup