A throwback to old school gamers, the original nintendo brothers. Mario and Luigi are gaming icons and so I thought I would give them a tribute by painting their Bloodline image on an original Nintedo console and four original Nintendo game cartridges. Check out the photos below!
Who really runs the show? Own the 24 x 36 acrylic painting on gallery wrapped canvas. Available at here.
I was asked to paint this. It’s a unique bloodline piece because it includes Red and Black. I still remember the day this happened, it was a tragic and unnecessary day. I will never forget. Digital art and photos of the acrylic painting are below:
Say what again! I dare you, I double dare you…. Blood Ties is my salute to a classic film, Pulp Fiction. Vincent, The Wolf and Jules in their suits and ties. This is the acrylic painted version of the digital artwork I created as part of the Bloodline Art series. The Bloodline is something I started as a hobby, […]
Blood Price is inspired by the sad truth about war. It doesn’t matter who is dropping the bombs, it’s a profitable campaign and the cost involves innocent lives. Check out the digital artwork and and a couple photos of the painting. The painting is 24″ x 36″, acrylic paint on canvas. Digital Artwork: Painting:
I decided to create the painted acrylic version of my Bleeding Heart design from the Bloodline series. This is the first Bloodline image i’ve created that does not have a white background. I purchased a black canvas from an online art store because my local art store did not have an 18″ x 24″ black […]
From an iPad sketch, to an illustrator drawing, to a final acrylic painting. I started with several sketches on my iPad while using a pencil stylus. When I finished the final sketch, I transferred that drawing over into illustrator where I traced over it using the pen brush tool. I add the blood effects in photoshop to […]
This is the painted version of Blood Loss. It’s acrylic on an 11″ x 14″ canvas. I’m ordering some limited and numbered prints soon. If you’d like one, you can send me an email from now or stay tuned until it’s up on the site.
I’ve always worked with pen and paper and the computer to create my artwork, but this time I tried something new. I took my digital image and transferred the image to an acrylic painting on canvas. It’s very similar to street art, except I’m using a different medium. I prefer the acrylic because […]