Power the Toaster!

This weekend, Chris Reyes, Tom Enright, Kevin Tracy, John O’Malley, Mike Pepplar, and I made a video game for Game Jam 6. Our time limit was 48 hours. Given the time constraint, I’m very happy with our results. You play as Zap, an electric spark whose sole goal in life is to successfully travel from a power cord to a toaster enabling toast to be created and freed from its toaster prison.

Below are a few of the backgrounds I painted for the game.

Here is a sheet of some of our characters.

Click here for a screenshot.

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Peafowl

Once again,I am working with the  Haddon Township Beautification Comity. Last fall, in their SOHA district, I painted Pauline. This spring, I will begin working on another large potter’s plant mural. The painting will be of a peacock and a peahen. While I have no concrete design yet, here are some peafowl studies I’ve done in preparation. Thursday, I head to town to pick the perfect pot for my peafowl pair.

Papyrus Peacock. Ink on cotton paper. 5″x5″.

Unframed: $100.00

Peahen Ink. Ink on cotton paper. 5″x5″.

Unframed: $100.00

If there are any artists in the South New Jersey or Philadelphia area interested in designing a mural for the White Horse Pike’s beatification, please contact me.

Upright Zombie

He’s a zombie planted by aliens. It happens.

uprightzombie

I’m thinking of coloring her in, but I don’t want to taint her charm.

Generic Castle Guard

Simple, quick piece of concept art for a generic castle guard.

castleguard

Fun with Photoshop

It’s been a long time since my first attempt at Photoshop coloring. This is my second attempt, and I have to admitt I’m quite happy with the result.

girlscolor

Sketchy Scientists

Here is a study sheet for an old scientist.

scientists

Sketchbook Saturday is off to a good start.