Another picture I left in the great wall of Usagi art in the "Year of the Rabbit: Usagi Yojimbo" exhibit at the Japanese American National Museum in LA. Travelled ALL the way to Los Angeles for this exhibit (also for the Legend of Zelda Symphony of the Goddesses)
If I had access to a scanner I would totally have done that but I was at the exhibit at the time :(
I will be FOREVER a Pokemon Trainer!This is a trading card I made for a trading card swap, PIkachu on top of one of my favorite Pokémon, the 'lax!(Snorlax) Gave it to a good friend, so I know this is in good hands :)
Well I'm showing my face for once (dude with the green shirt). This is a pic taken during my trip to Namjatown with my friends at Sunshine City in Tokyo, Japan. My gosh it felt like only yesterday. When I took my first step into this Gyoza Stadium, I made it my goal to get my stamp card complete, a dozen of beers and gyozas later I was presented with THIS: a certifcate that commemorates our accomplishment to order at least once from EVERY shop in the Stadium. It was a touching moment for me, almost shed a tear or two. Ahhh this day was such a blast. I should really get to posting my pics form Japan though, this memory simply stood out at the moment for me.
Well in 2011 there was a "Year of the Rabbit" exhibit in Los Angeles showcasing my FAVORITE artist Stan Sakai. It was a dream com true walking into those doors and immersing myself in everything this man did. When I reached THIS part of the exhibit i stood here for an hour drawing like 3 pieces of art. This one is "Son of Usagi" I was blown away with the exhibit my creative juices to draw "my own character" were in shock so I did this instead. Paying my homage to one of the greatest artists in my heart!
A NEW T-shirt screen I'm going to have printed soon, just a personal thing because I LOVE One Piece and the character Fisher Tiger (they also call him brother Tai for short), there was someone from the Arlong Park Forums that sparked this idea in my head. Inspired by the famous Che Guevara photo (ALSO am a fan of his)
Welp this was part of a huge project my best friend requested from me. She wanted her "sweet 21" theme to be a Harry Potter birthday so I made the invitations to reflect that. Here was the map I inserted in all the invites that went out. I tried my best using aerial photo references of Lincoln Park to make this map happen.
I always loved Kingdom Hearts, I had it in my mind the other day, and decided to draw something inspired by the series. I'm a fan of the blue/purple mix so I like incorporating it in most of my designs.