Tuesday, September 29, 2009

cardboard speed paintings

I did these paintings to practice for my upcoming onstage painting for the Salvation Army. I didn't have any money for canvases so I painted these on some used cardboard. I painted each in an hour, trying to learn to paint better faster. Each one is probably 3 ft tall x 2 ft wide. I know these pics aren't the best I took them with my cell phone camera but as you can tell I'm trying to get away from perfectionism and just go for it!

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

The Infected movie poster, finished!

Here is the completed poster for "The Infected" now I'm really juiced!  Gotta love zombie movies, just classic

Painting for Salvation Army

I will be doing some onstage painting for The Salvation Army Youth Councils in Estes Park Oct. 2-4 so Colorado folk come on out if you dig.  The Salvation Army is one of my favorite clients, their missions and outreach is on point.  I always just thought they were a charity.  

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

The Infected movie poster

Here is a design I did for my friend Cougar Littlefield for his upcoming release "The Infected."  The piece was done by using ball point pen on paper.  The movie is a psychological zombie thriller it's gonna be awesome.  I'm juiced to be part of the movie!

Saturday, September 5, 2009

performance painting from Dec.(CCCA)

This is a painting I did for the CCCA Conference at Disney this last Dec. The mural was donated to Laurel Mountain Christian Camp in PA for their brand new dining hall. It's cool to see the mural being used and also to see how much I've learned about painting faces on a large scale in the last year. This was my first on stage painting, which has now led to many other similar opportunities. It's crazy to see where it all started, and I gotta say I'm thankful to Greg Fields for going out on a limb and giving me the opportunity to paint for CCCA.