Digital Art

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Gator Bait

  This is a digital painting I worked on in 2013. Created in Corel Painter 12 and Adobe PhotoShop CS5. Shown below is the process of how it was done.  It’s a girl riding an alligator, because why the hell not.                              …

An Interactive Installation: The Tree of Sounds, part2

Link to part 1 We have been developing our tree concept further and it has become much clearer! The images below show the final design and how it would be used. Here’s a link to a Prezi presentation, which we presented for representatives of the Museum Of Musical Instruments. The feedback was mainly positive and…

An Interactive Installation: The Tree of Sounds, part1

I figured it’s about time to show a little bit of what I’m working with these days besides my creative projects. I have recently started my Masters Degree in Medialogy at Aalborg University in Copenhagen, where we are to develop semester projects in groups. At the end of the semester we will have made a…

Good vs. Evil sleeve + half-torso design

Good vs. Evil tattoo design The finished sleeve As with most large scale pieces this particular design has a lot of intricate, interweaving elements. The client approached me with a request for a half torso + half sleeve design as a celebration of accomplishments and personal victories, as well as a reflection of overcoming struggles…

Grenade (my heart goes BOOM)

Digital drawing made with a Wacom tablet in PhotoShop 2009-2012  

EP artwork: WILDEBEEST

    This is the design and packaging I did for the independently released debut EP for my multimedia project WILDEBEEST. The photo for the cover and the logo were also done by me. I am the vocalist, co-composer and lyricist on the EP, which is available for streaming and free download. If you want…

Digital art portfolio

       

EP artwork: Rune Braendgaard

EP artwork I designed for a solo artist called Rune Braendgaard. It opens up like a little brochure booklet. The different layers symbolize peeling away the artist’s outer shell, inner desires and reaching the music: the flower. The final image is the fusion of all three phases, a metaphor for completeness. All layers were hand-painted…

Ledger

Quick smile study done while I was exploring Corel Painter 11 for the first time. Reference photos of Heath Ledger found via Google. Software: Adobe Photoshop CS5 + Corel Painter 11 Brushes: Real 6B soft pencil Tablet: Wacom Intuos 4

HIFX:EVEolution

This was an excuse to work with evolution and religion in a direct way. I love playing with anatomy, bones in particular, and I enjoy drawing wings. Also, I find the idea of merging man and machine fascinating and wondered about an alternative take on Eve. So this is the result of all of that!…

The White Rabbit

I’ve always been fascinated by The White Rabbit from “Alice in Wonderland” as I share the feeling that there are never enough hours in a day. This is a mixture of digital and traditional media. The main image is a watercolor painting with color pencil detailing, which didn’t get scanned too well, so I started…

Messiah

A quick experiment I did one night. Adobe PhotoShop CS4 + Wacom Intuos4. Painted in 1 layer

Passive/Aggressive

Photo-manipulation. First, the background photos were taken, then the creatures on the walls were drawn onto the photo digitally. Software: Adobe PS CS3 2009 BUY PRINTS IN THE WEB SHOP

The Nothing series

Photo-manipulation. Used personal stock photos for layering. Software: Adobe PhotoShop CS4. To see more from the photoshoot where the model photos were taken, click here.

Pierce

Just a simple, stylized painting. Red is fun. Software: Photoshop CS3. Tablet: Wacom Volito2. Photo references were used.

Artemisia Absinthium

A steampunk version of the Green Fairy. Artemisia Absinthium is an ingredient in the liquor absinthe. The model is my good friend Katrine with her pet rats. Photo references were used. Created in Photoshop CS3 with a Wacom Volito 2 tablet. You can check out how this artwork came to be in this forum thread.…