Monday, June 6, 2011

East Bound and Down Hard

Here's my latest piece... a little tribute to "Smokey and the Bandit." This was a piece I did for trade with Scott Stevens, owner and editor of one of the koolest hot rod mags today.... "ROD AND KULTURE." I know the trans am in the movie didn't get this banged up.... but if we're talking about the reality of that movie actually happening... it probably would be pretty close to this. I really enjoyed this one! Thanks Scott!

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Friday, April 8, 2011

Back<== to the Kulture Progress

So far I've got some serious time into this piece. I've been really getting an urge lately to draw some scenes of my favorite movies ... duhh with cars... and make them a little more dramatic. I loved that scene in "Back to the Future III" where Marty is getting chased by some Indians. That part was soo short, I thought it could have been a little more amped up. So here's my version so far... I wanted it to look like the Indians looted all his stuff, and are just chasing the fuck out of him. While the Delorean does a "Dukes of Hazzard" over that cave he was looking for. Anyways, hope you dig it, I've got a lot of projects going on right now.. hope I find time to get this pumped out soon!!

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Hatfield Truck

here's some concept work I've been doing for Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Fued.... the bad thing is they want Creative Arts to Patina and build this off of a fully restored chevy flatbed.... why not.. not my truck!

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Kids play area for some library

Well this library this is going in..opted for the cheap route and wanted this kid play area to be made from printed and routed MDF....this is about as fun as it can get being flat with some quick artwork... but this is a concept.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Hatfield and McCoy Progress

Just a little bit more progress on their vending area. Basically is supposed to look like a moonshine still entagled in some existing fake trees they have. Here's my concept. But this will be built at the Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Fued in Tenn. by Creative Arts Inc.