Archive for the ‘Projects’ Category

Halloween Sinistrosity

October 31st, 2011

This is the digital version of my final printmaking project (so a trifle old). We were to put together a visual anthology on the subject of “villains,” and as they were the greyest villains I could think of, I did the Auditors of Reality.

(The nice part is that I can post this again for Christmas.)

"Real Art", Illustrator, Projects

Emsworth Analog

December 16th, 2009

caleb_emsworthThe next printmaking project, then. Photo process is awfully fun if you do everything in Illustrator anyway.

"Real Art", Projects, Umbraverse

Really Bad Omen

December 14th, 2009

caleb_really_bad_omen1My first printmaking project that looked any good, based on an image I have not been able to get out of my head since reading Homer.

"Real Art", Projects, Umbraverse

The Best Day

March 3rd, 2009

Well, for somebody.
This is what happens when the the song you are basing your artwork off of is completely useless in the radial-imagery department, and the badly-conceived-lines-that-can-be-twisted department, and is completely happy to boot.
This is also the next installment of art belonging to the Pigeons of the Apocalypse genre, and it probably won’t be the last. Originally, there was to be a much more elaborate swirling vortex of pigeons but as they say, “Man’s imagination exceeds Illustrator’s memory.” So anyway, I went with the Forerunner Pigeon Arc look, which denotes less of the unbridled, primal energy, and more of a clear avimorphic construct of dire function. One of these days I’ll have to work out what it actually does.

2-D project the fourth.

Illustrator, Projects, Umbraverse


February 5th, 2009

Let’s all pretend that this did not turn out looking like what we all know this looks like. I hate abstract.

Still 2-D, still pen and ink.

Pen and Ink, Projects

Lines, Focal Points, and Disgruntled Corvids

January 30th, 2009

First 2-D project with pen and ink.

Pen and Ink, Projects


June 17th, 2008

Nothing new is really forthcoming at the moment, I thought I’d pop this up to keep your angry accusations of procrastination at bay.

A pen and ink I did last Fall in response to the Amtgard rulebook’s generally blah illustrations. It furthermore answers my most prevalent peeve about fantasy games in general, namely that there are not enough birds.

This could also, possibly, be a portrait of Valruin, but if that is the case he’s using someone else’s sword.

"Real Art", Amtgard, Pen and Ink, Projects, Umbraverse

Poster Project

April 8th, 2008

A poster advertising a hypothetical exhibition by art deco-ist A. M. Cassandre.

"Real Art", Illustrator, Projects

Pigeons of Manwe

April 8th, 2008

As an introduction to Photoshop we were to take various images and combine them into a single image of specific expressiveness. Then our professor went on to construct a semi-impressionalistic depiction of the Garden of Eden as an example, it must have been that that did it.

Photoshop, Projects


April 1st, 2008

Computer Graphics Project 1

Illustrator, Projects