I was doing a skills retention project for Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop here that I was inspired by a note we have on our fridge door- it tracks the number of varmints we've killed. So I scanned it, and went for Faux-Rambo movie feeling. Yes that's me, I don't like mice The main reason for … Continue reading Skills Retention
Thomas Gorman (AKA 'Triad773') is Celebrating 20 Years of Digital Art. About this time of year in 1997, I volunteered at an animal shelter with a lady who worked in publishing. She was laughing about how much airbrushing they had to do to Jenny McCarthy's plastic surgery scars for a magazine cover. When we discussed … Continue reading Celebrating 20 Years in Digital Art
Some fun I had today making a quick drawing for a friend. Always did get excited about marking systems. I need to sketch more often! (muscle memory is important). Pen and ink on paper 2017
A series of images from a short training mission: Base Scramble Single incoming aircraft Pilot has to start engine, take off, and engage the incoming aircraft Click images to enlarge While jets are fast, and a MiG-15 can climb like a home-sick Angel, it can't quite outrun a missile. Images from IL-2:1946 a … Continue reading Screen Captures from a Korean War game Flight Simulation
It never happened for Light Quarterly, due to funding. Light Quarterly was a light poetry magazine in print until things seemed to have come to a somewhat natural conclusion, albeit too soon. I had designed an HTML based interface, organized the files, but just no budget. The magazine had folded, the founding editor had passed … Continue reading The 20th Year Anniversary DVD
Metamorphosis A digital art piece originally developed as a cover candidate for Light Quarterly, created as vector art in Adobe Illustrator.
Some is from art school, some after. I really didn't start getting work in the creative field consistently until I took some classes on Aldus Pagemaker and Adobe Illustrator. Then I had work pretty regularly. Click on image for more information
Blogs about Visual Art are apart from my online portfolio listed from the top menus (Digital Photography, Print Work, Online Work, and Video) in that they are for works or techniques not covered as Work Samples.
An edit of the original post; I had quite a few memes I made here, but I am going to take a break from politics for a while. Just too much, from everyone. Leaving this one up as it was one of the better ones. Enjoy! [NOTE: IMAGE(S) REMOVED OVER CONCERN FROM REPERCUSSIONS VIA CERTAIN … Continue reading Animated Meme