March 11th, 2017
This is by far the most popular of my digital works. I have more views and sales of this image than any other so I thought I would compile some of the images history in one place on my blog. This was originally created for a "Chop A Turtle" contest on Worth 1000 when it was still around.
July 6th, 2016
The Pink House is one of my favorite photographs. It sits in the middle of the salt marsh in Newbury, Ma. and I drove by that house every day on the Plum Island Turnpike for the 2 years I lived on Plum Island. It is an enchanted, abandoned old house that sits all alone in the middle of the marsh. I always wondered about the story of the house but never knew anything while I lived there.
June 22nd, 2016
Western Series of Textured Photographs
These have been a lot of fun creating and now I am piecing images together from multiple images as well as just applying textures. Here are my latest works.
June 5th, 2016
I started on a new painting yesterday. I thought I would do a watercolor this time, Ive been wanting to do one for a long time now. While my wife and I were out thrift store shopping this weekend I came across a stuffed Raccoon at the Salvation Army Thrift store and snapped a picture of it. It is pretty old and disgusting but I thought it would work well as a reference.
May 26th, 2016
I started a new Coyote painting last night. I am painting with
acrylic paints on watercolor paper for this one. This is on a half sheet of smooth paper 15"x23"
This is my progress so far and the step by step process follows.
May 12th, 2016
I have entered a contest where I have to paint a Phoenix. I have never done a
Phoenix before and it isn't usually my genre of subject but I really like
the idea of painting fire so I thought I would give it a try.
I will be posting a daily step by step process of the work and on the fly changes as they happen.
May 6th, 2016
I created this image the other night while going through some of my old images that had promise.
March 8th, 2016
Bowtruckles are magical creatures that live in trees that are usually used for wands. They dwell in western England, southern Germany and certain Scandinavian forests. They are pixie-like bark-coloured tree-guardians of about eight inches in height. They have knobbly arms and legs, two twiglike fingers on each hand and a barklike face with small beetle-brown eyes; a camouflage that makes them difficult to spot in their natural habitat.
February 19th, 2016
I created another manipulated image for a contest on Dagger Bay.
February 14th, 2016
I'm starting a new digital painting today and thought I would post my progress as I go along. I am using a photo of Crush that I took a few years ago as the inspiration but am doing everything freehand from sketch to final painting.