Haven't done a full overhaul yet, as I'm still new to this html thing, but one of my very good friends showed me how to update my portfolio, so I did.
Site has been flushed of some oldies, so just the newbies remain. I went ahead and streamlined it with a dash of lightbox too. Link to an extensive costume illo site, for all of you who wanted to see my work from the films I've been on.
More will be done, and more pieces added, hopefully before Spectrum publishes, but at the least its a site with work that isn't three years old.
Have a visit and enjoy.
Sunday, July 11, 2010
So I've been working on samples for potential clients here and there, and whilst on this quest for green pieces of paper with which to buy food, I decided to "re-work" some pieces into a different color format.
I added a few adjustment layers to make them look antiqued, like they may have been shot with a polaroid. Now granted-this effect would have more impact on more realistic paintings, but I do kind of like the final color schemes. More new stuff, and maybe a new website soon--I hope.
--Oh, and the piece that got into the upcoming Spectrum is my "Shadow Over Innsmouth" (the drowning man) piece-the original from a couple posts ago, not the color altered one here. Hope it turns out proper, I have a habit of being disappointed in the printed results of my work, even when properly calibrated. Fingers crossed I guess!
Posted by bval at 9:46 AM