I’m an artist, animator, and film maker whom strives to create art with meaning and purpose. When I’m not working on my film projects, I create works of art in watercolor, acrylic, digital 3d and any other medium I find interest in. I take inspiration from all around me, such my own personal experiences, and the films, books, games, and comics I enjoy.
Vimeo, Sketchfab, Tumblr, IMDB.
My painting and hand made work-
Much of this is acrylic and water color. I’m very slow when it comes to my paintings, I could be working on one or more for years!
Inspired by the Legend Of Zelda series, specifically the latest game; Breath Of The Wild. I loved the environments and detail that was put into the game. This piece took me a whole year to finish.
Since i was a kid i always loved giant creatures. Many films and video games inspired that love for giant beings.
Twitter Art Exhibit-UK-2017
Twitter Art Exhibit-Australia-2018
Twitter Art Exhibit -Scotland/Edinburgh-2019
My 3D work
All of this is made in the Blender software. An amazing free and open source software that gives artists like myself the ability to express myself in unbelievable ways. You’ll find me on the Blender Artists Forum under the name “ArtAvenue”.
I also use Krita and Gimp for post processing and compositing. Again, amazing software that’s both free and open source.
I always wanted too create a picture of an alien that had a “Mystical” quality to it. So when i was working on a digital sculpt one day and noticed the head of the character I was working on was disproportionate, it reminded me that i wanted to do a picture of an alien. And so here it is! I hope you all like it! The alien and planets were rendered in the Blender 3d software.
This is a conceptual image for a possible short film starring these characters.
This is Roy, a character i originally conceived of back in 2013. He’s gone over some design changes since then, but the concept is the same.
Created this piece in about a week. The character design belongs to my sister Ari
Check out some of my 3d work you can view in real time on Sketchfab.