A three thousand mile fluffy mass covers the north, bringing frosty snow to some and bringing a dry pure wind to this hot peninsula. The gusts drive the loiterers inside. No one is looking for trouble today. A mysterious building and fading piano tune is carried to my ears, riding on the wind from the pool area. I think it may be a mumbling speaker, but no, this music is brought by live fingertips.
March 14th, 2013 by
(Listen to this song to get in the zone : Too Late Too Far by Cant )
The beautiful things in our mind are for us only until we paint them for everyone to see.
Some of my inspiration for this image came from this amazing site of spinning (rolling) gifs: rrrrrrrroll.tumblr.com
Some other inspiration came from barren sci fi imagery, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Prometheus, and M83
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I was working in Blender on my next game (more info to come) and loved the wire-frame view of an object so much that I decided to take it into Photoshop and play around with it a bit. Many many layers and tweaks later, this is the final image. Click on the image to see the full size artwork.
May 11th, 2012 by
Here is the official trailer for the Missile Monkey iPhone game, which contains the first released video of gameplay! We’re also excited to announce the launch date — the game will be available for download in the App Store beginning on May 17 2012. This is a universal app, so you can play it on your iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch! (It even runs on the slightly older 2nd gen iPod Touch.)
April 9th, 2012 by
This is my prototype art toy called “Chomper.”
I hope to make a resin version of these little guys in the next couple of months. These little creatures make an appearance in my upcoming iPhone game Missile Monkey, which is in its final stages of development. The camera doesn’t really capture the pink accurately. I am using an eye popping fluorescent pink that shows up much brighter in person. I hope you like Chomper!
January 21st, 2012 by
I have always been mesmerized by the foggy cold of seaside environments. I created this piece as a living painting to share the feeling of calm mystery that the ocean brings me. It is a small space that you can move around in and soak up the moody atmosphere. Enjoy!