Digital Portraiture

Man it's been a while since I posted on here. A while back I decided that I would dedicate this blog to more educational content, and then I got too busy for such.

I recently put together a video tutorial, with the help of Pijjen Media.

Here's the link:

In the video I talk about things I've learned through my ten years thus far in the industry. Demos, sketches, lectures, how I work.. A good general introduction to my thought process.

Hope it's of use to those who are stopping by. Thanks for visiting!

I'll plan on posting more regularly here. In the mean time I've been posting some of my professional work here:

Cheers :)


Sir Frank Swettenham 1904

My first digital Sargent copy, which I posted a while back on conceptart.org, got scrapped, and unfortunately I never got around to reposting the images.

It's been 8 years, so I figured I'd give it another go.. with the step by step below..
(btw, this time I won't mess with the images, so they're here to stay)

Also, to properly do a Sargent copy, you need about 30-50 sittings, which these days is pretty hard to have the time for. Here's where it's at after about 10. Enjoy!


Reaching Out

a supportive response during trying times. Prayers attached to this piece..



Inspired by LinRan... but not quite as controlled yet. Still learned quite a bit by doing this piece.