Friday, September 30, 2011

Zuddiger's Picnic Page 1:WIP

This is the midway point for page one of Zuddiger's Picnic, a story written by James Jacobs. about a young man who loses his spoon, and his mind. It has a fair Lovecraft influence, and so i decided to do each page in silhouette to really amp the creep feel. So Ill be posting more of this as it comes to fruition! Enjoy!

Thursday, September 29, 2011

I swear I didn't Die

My appologies for the lack of postage lately everyone. Between getting sick and my birthday it made for too many good excuses to not upload the things I've been working on...right? Well really there's no good reason to skip out on something I enjoy as much as this, so with that being said, Here's more sketches! The top sketch is a blend of Jerms' "Go word" Style assignment with Bill's Life drawing, of the three I had the most fun, doing that, but the time i spend simplifying the human figure into contour is simply too crucial to set aside. Anyways, Its good to be back, sorry again if you've been checking in hoping for new content.

Anthony Ian

Saturday, September 17, 2011

More Sketches...

It's always fun sketching people when they interact with you. Thank you to the kid who was coloring at the Flying M on Friday afternoon. And thanks for making such a weird face at me, and staring awkwardly. Its the Tops!!

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Flying "M" Sketches

Did some Life sketching down at the local coffee shop! Fun fun fun!

Saturday, September 10, 2011

A Race Against Time

Here is Stage two and three of this First Print! I was all ready to close up shop when I discovered I had to use a minimum of three colors to fulfill the project criteria. I am happy with the resulting prints but I'm glad I saved some high def digital copies for further editing, I think with some tweaking the black and white image could become rather compelling. Oh well, live and learn I suppose!

Friday, September 9, 2011

Up Against the Clock

This is still a Work in Progress, I worked most of today on getting the stencil just how I wanted it. In completion it will be a two panel monotype print. I'm excited to experiment with the ink tomorrow, as I myself have never before used this printing process. I'll be posting the fruits of all my labor after I have a chance to ink this and run it through the press a few times.

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Progress to Process

Friday. September 9, 2011 It's on.