conceptart.org just posted their Last Man Standing Thunderdome images. There were a few really nice pieces, several decent ones, and a ton of other stuff ranging from okay to unfinished. This was my entry:
From looking at the other 200+ pieces and the overall responses, I think I can see the importance of making an eye-catching image. It's like making a poster vs. a double-page spread, and for the next round I'll be sure to make a piece that's more like a poster. I'm just glad that I can move on from this piece to something else. I get that way after staring at my work long enough. Anyway, check out the thunderdome stuff here, here, and most importantly here. Later!
Thursday, July 13, 2006
Next week I will be my first run-in with the San Diego Comicon, and I am pumped beyond belief. I'm going to get to meet many of my favorite artists, see piles of art, and hopefully show my work around to a million companies and get good responses. I've heard so much hype about it in the past, and I'll have a blast if even half of it is true. Hope to see you there!