Hotel tile from the new Suburbia Collector’s Edition board game. I Illustrated this in Affinity Designer by Serif Labs. Be looking for more tiles to come!
I am finally able to announce that I have been working on Suburbia Collector's Edition by Bezier Games over this past year. I have illustrated 176 individual illustrations for various different tiles and components in the board game. I am super proud of this project and I am excited to begin sharing with you the artwork I created. Be looking for new posts over the coming weeks!
On January 7th, 2019 I will be able to show you all the project I have been working on for Bezier Games. It has been one of my most ambitious projects. More details to come!
I can't say enough about Affinity Designer. It is one of the best applications for artists and designers. Its tools for creating vector illustrations are phenomenal. With its live shapes and layer effects there is an unlimited variety of ways to create new art. Go check out Serif Labs software. You will not be disappointed.
Also, if you want to see more vector artwork go here.
I just finished a 4 month long project. I made over 100 vector illustrations. I can't wait to share what I have been working on. Soon very soon!
So, now I am open for new projects and commissions. I love working on board games and mobile games but I also enjoy making custom illustrations. Contact me if you need a professional illustrator or have any questions :)
Recently I was asked to create concept art using the Affinity Photo app on the iOS. It was to demonstrate that professional work can be created using only an iPad Pro and apps from the Apple App Store. Below is concept art similar to what I would create for a top-down game like the old Zelda games. Also, you can go to this link to see the Illustration featured on their Facebook page.
About two years ago I came across some new emerging software for designers, photographers and artists. It got me really excited. I discovered that these two software applications Affinity Photo and Affinity Designer were essentially Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator equivalents. They are built on today's workflows and processes. The UI is clean and the tools and features make creating content fun again and now with the full desktop version of Affinity Photo on the iPad Pro I can now make my illustrations and designs on the go.
This summer Affinity Designer will also be released on Apple's iPad Pro. This will be a tremendous boost to my workflow and mobility. Then on top of all that there is no subscription fee to use their software. You pay a very modest one-time cost and that's it! I highly recommend Serif Labs' software without hesitation.
I have not used Adobe software for two years now and have not regretted a moment of it. Go check it out on their website here.
Background art timelapse for Georgie Street scene for the How It Should Have Ended (HISHE) "IT" Movie Episode. Artwork was created using the Procreate app on the iPad Pro.
Background art timelapse for Neibolt Street House scene for the How It Should Have Ended (HISHE) "IT" Movie Episode. Artwork was created using the Procreate app on the iPad Pro.