Don't be shy, come on in.
Kick back, relax, and feel free to browse through the images in each of the galleries.
I like to create somewhat traditional looking images through not very traditional means. The paint brushes have been put away and the camera is gathering dust on the shelf, which leaves me with just my laptop, and a graphics tablet plugged into it.
Think 'special effects' from some blockbuster movie, and you'll get the idea. You 'see' it on the screen, but it's not really there. Each of these scenes are 'built' as digital sculptures, then painted and textured with a stylus, which makes them ready for print. Every element in a scene is an individual model. Every building, every rock, that winds up on paper or canvas, began life as a digital cube or sphere that got pushed and pulled into shape. The entire process, from building the models to rendering the final print, often takes several days, start to finish.