tooth fairies.

August 6, 2011

A friend asked me to create a clay version of Guillermo del Toro’s Tooth Fairies from the movie Hellboy that could hang against a wall.

Original:

My interpretation:



Sculpey polymer clay.

11.17.2009

I look back on this and see several things I would have done differently if I had spent more time on it – one of which would be to have used a more fleshy, translucent material for the wings and to have made the wings bigger.

dark blue, dark blue.

August 6, 2011

Did a series of gravestones and cemeteries on little, fat canvases in different colors. These are the only pictures I have of any of the canvases, and they’re horrid pictures, but it was an original idea of mine.

5 x 5, acrylic. Cobalt blue and white.

Title inspiration: Dark Blue by Jack’s Mannequin

10.11.2010

helena.

July 21, 2011

Original Illustration:

0191 by Ken Wong (Passages for Lost Clouds)

My Interpretation:

20 x 16, acrylic. Monochromatic (Alizarin Crimson Hue).

Title inspiration: Helena by My Chemical Romance

8.3.2010

space bound.

July 21, 2011

Original Illustration:

Artist Unknown. Any information on this illustration or the artist would be appreciated.

My Interpretation:



20 x 20, acrylic. Monochromatic (gold green).

Title inspiration: Space Bound by Eminem

I think I might like to go back and add some shading to her features to appear more like the original. She looks quite a bit more pale on the computer monitor than she seemed on canvas.

3.9.2011

solar powered life.

July 21, 2011

Original Illustration:

Artist Unknown. Any information on the origins of this illustration or the artist is welcomed.

My Interpretation:




20 x 20, acrylic. Monochromatic (Turquoise).

Title inspiration: Solar-Powered Life by The Classic Crime

Something irking about this piece – her “time flies” tattoo would be upside down were she standing. I didn’t even notice this on the original until I had already painted it. Now that I’ve said it, it’ll bother the hell out of you, too. Sigh.

12.23.2010