Well this is pure awesomeness.
My piece for Space! the Gallery Show at Gallery 1988 (west).
Thanks so much Mike for the invitation and although I couldn’t stay very long, being at the opening was great! It’s always a treat to see the pieces in person and meet the people who made it possible for my work to be displayed in the New World.
Cheers to Amber from g1988 who was so kind and helpful too!
I hope it doesn’t look too dark on thine monitors.
The piece is still available for sale right here.
I don’t know much about space from a scientific point of view but I wanted to do a piece that evokes the general feeling that stargazing brings.
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Sweet jesus this is amazing.
How have I never heard of this guy before? This is awesome!!!
Brenoch Adams, you are officially my new favourite artist.
Just look at that woman…
Yeah this guy is an inspiration orgasm.
Hermione Granger of Harry Potter fame for the Light Grey Art Lab Girls: Fact or Fiction show.
Get the book for free, if you spend 100$ in the Light Grey Shop before December 7th with the code 100GETSABOOK on check out.
And now, how about a reblog contest + nerd challenge to win a free character commission?
In this illustration, I’ve hidden 6 clues about Hermione’s story. If you think your knowledge of the witch is up to scratch, game on.
1 - Reblog this post.
2 - E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, stating your Tumblr username and your answer, preferably in list form. Be clear but succinct. Tell why they relate to her.
Don’t worry if you can’t find 6 items, or you’re not sure about one of them - in the end, I will be picking the closest try. If a tie happens, first one in wins, so be fast!
Contest closes in December 14th at midnight, GMT. Winner will be announced soon after and I’ll finish your commission in time for Christmas.
I waaaaant this.
I did this piece a little back for Tor . “Foundation”, by Ann Aguirre, is a first-love story between two boys but they are both stuck in bunkers hiding out from a zombie-like epidemic. You can read the story here.
First year after RISD, I was a bit worry that I would be stuck drawing animals and kids forever, as most AD hire illustrators for what is in their portfolio. So I really have to thank the courageous Irene Gallo for seeing my dark-side and letting me “attack” zombies.
I felt like this story calls for a rugged image and my usual lines are too delicate for the job . Immensely excited by this new challenge, I decided to experiment a bit and eventually went with a new approach of drawing the zombies with graphite/charcoal.
I hope you guys like!
This is ridiculously awesome.
The Seven of Swords relates to deception, shirking responsibilities, and being a lone wolf.
I just pre-ordered the whole pack. Cannot wait until November.
Now I have no money.