On November 2nd we will have a Skype talk with Concept Artist Matt Gaser where he will talk about the design process for environment paintings, from sketch to finished image.
Morris Hall, Room 201
Resurrecting the Past - Paul Hudson
On Friday the 19th we will have professor Paul Hudson talking to us about his work on paleo reconstruction. Come and have an awesome afternoon… with dinosaurs.
Morris Hall, Room 203
October 19th, 6 PM
Becca (nattosoup) and I have a very busy fall ahead of us. Originally, we were not planning on doing all of these conventions, but things kind of all started coming together. So here are the cons, by date:
Mechacon - CONFIRMED - September 7-9, New Orleans, LA.
Becca and I both have artist alley tables at this con:
We are 503 and 602, respectively.
Interventioncon - CONFIRMED - September 21-23, Washington DC
Becca will be tabling and I shall be assisting her, probably with a few items of my own for sale. We are attending with @chrispco of precocious
Anime Weekend Atlanta - CONFIRMED - September 28-30, Atlanta, GA
Becca and I may be doing panels and workshops at AWA, and possibly have work in the art auction. Stay tuned for updates.
New York Comic Con - CONFIRMED - October 11-14, New York, NY
Becca and I are NOT tabling here, just talking to companies and having our portfolios reviewed. Hopefully we will be attending with Julie.
(and really hopefully, we will get a chance to meet Tom Hiddleston!)
Sugoicon - CONFIRMED - November 16-18, Cincinnati, OH
Technically, sugoicon is in kentucky, but close enough. Becca and I would be tabling and doing panels, but as of right now we are unconfirmed. Again, check back for more updates.
Hey all! If you don’t remember me, I posted some concept work a while back for Red Riding, but I just wanted to give you all an update on what is happening. My usual partner in crime, Becca Hillburn and I are regular convention attenders as artists and panelists. We have a very busy con season this fall and we’d love it if you guys supported us in our various endeavors either by visiting our tables or passing along the word of our schedule.
The SCAC is hosting a competition for SCAD students both in Savannah and abroad, which is an awesome opportunity to pit yourself against other students, see how you do, get portfolio material and improve yourself all in one go! This will be judged by a professional with industry experience, and the winner will receive their very own Amazon gift card to suit and fund their very wildest dreams.
Should you choose this noble endeavour, then please note that the deadline will be on July 23rd, at midnight.
The overarching theme of this entire project shall be The Sleeping Beauty. To be eligible for the competition, you will need to have One landscape, Two characters, and One prop and asset sheet, with any one of these being brought up to production level of quality.
The template can be found at http://tinyurl.com/scactemplate
Submit artwork using the template as a .Jpeg file, quality 10, to email@example.com.
Good luck, and happy painting!
The image above is by Kekai Kotaki, who can be found at KekaiArt.com.