Tuesday, December 24, 2013

PS2 Resident Concepts

More concept art for that old PS2 game that got shelved. Concepts of the background people that inhabit the game. The world was 40s inspired but I looked at anything vintage. JC Leyendecker was definitely an inspiration (even though it probably doesn't look like it).













These were concepts for the workers around the city. It gave me an opportunity to incorporate some military elements, spats, jodhpurs, and leather which are always fun to design.


Tuesday, December 10, 2013

PS2 Girl Concepts

Concepts of a few character variations for Sony Playstation 2. Some goth inspired girls and a motorcycle girl.


Monday, December 2, 2013

Saturday, September 28, 2013

Legolas vs Azog





My girlfriend's son, Tomi, wanted me to draw him a picture of Legolas. I was hoping to do something simple but the the more I put it off the more I got art directed. A picture of Legolas became Legolas in an action pose shooting arrows into an orc. I decided to put in Azog (who Legolas never fights) and have Legolas wearing Narsil (which isn't his sword). I drew Azog pretty loose since this was taking me forever thinking I would be done with it. Tomi loved it! But ... he had more notes :( "Could you tighten up Azog and add some arrows sticking out of him? Pleeeeesseee!" ... And here it is. Art: me, Art Direction: Tomi Lin.

Monday, April 29, 2013

Old PSM Lineart

Old illustrations for Playstation Magazine back in the late 90's.

Grey Fox from Metal Gear Solid and Sephiroth from Final Fantasy 7. I think this was for best "bad guys" in video games of that year. It's been touched up a little from the original since the internet was new back then and I didn't have much reference for Grey Fox. I don't even think he had a name back when the first MGS game came out. He was just referred to as the "Ninja"


















Solid Snake and Grey Fox (Ninja) from Metal Gear Solid.


















Leon Scott Kennedy (thanks Wikipedia!) from Resident Evil
II facing off with an Umbrella agent.