Here is my finished "Kill Bill" inspired piece for Spoke Art's "Quentin vs Coen" show in San Francisco. This piece has sold, but there is a ton of great work in the collection, which you can check out here. I've been really into medieval saint imagery (like Fra Angelico's "The Annunciation") recently. I don't know why, but everyone I draw seems to have a halo. Weird.
Coming up next:
Opening Friday is "Fantasy in the City" at LTD. Gallery in Seattle. The theme is really neat, blending fantasy elements with city life. Here is a little work-in-progress shot of my piece for the show.
And opening the next day is iam8bit's "Cowabunga!!" show in Los Angeles, celebrating the 30th anniversary of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Well that makes me feel old.
And on a non-art side note, I am ridiculously addicted (riddicted?) to Meljean Brook's "Iron Seas" steampunk romance series. The covers of the first three are very silly, but the books are great. I highly recommend them if you like steampunk and romance, which I certainly do ("Riveted" is probably my favorite). There is definitely some "adult" content, so be warned - but they ARE romance books (not YA), so that's part of the fun, right? I've been staying up way too late reading because of these, and keep having to force myself to get back to work instead of burying my nose in my Kindle. I'm going to be rather sad when I finish "The Kraken King" tonight and don't have a new one to start on. I'm active on Goodreads if you want to see what other books I have been binging on.