You know, I have never given any kind of love to my favorite series/story of all time. Not until now at least. I painted up a portrait of Lucy from Elfen Lied; A story I consider to be one of the best in the world. As of this illustration, I’ve been a fan ever since I discovered it 7 years ago and nothing else has been able to take that top spot as “Best.” So there you have it, my tribute to “the Best,” Elfen Lied. – Andrew
There is a new illustration added to the ‘Illustration Gallery’ section. Wouldn’t you know it, it’s a fan art piece?! I don’t do much fan art, but I am starting to pick up on it quite a bit lately. This one in particular is from the anime, Naruto, featuring a couple of my favorite characters “rivaling” off against one another, Sakura and Ino! I’ve also started to push out some of the old, outdated stuff in the gallery as some of the newer, shinier looking art is coming in. Enjoy! – Andrew
I’ve added a fan art piece from one of my absolute favorite shows running for the past couple of seasons, ‘Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma!’ to my illustration gallery. Here we have a fight card poster layout of a couple of my favorite characters from the series facing off for Shokugeki! Every Shokugeki challenge must have conditions though so the winner will get Soma. Boom! Go for Broke. Head over to the illustration gallery to see the full post. Enjoy! – Andrew
For quite a while now, I’ve been working with my brother, Jonathan, on a side blog called ‘Wicked Anime.’ Anime has been an interest of mine for quite some years now, since my late high school years when I really started taking art seriously, and we both thought it would be really fun to make some funny and entertaining videos for people to watch and also share our opinions on what we see as a hobby. Not long after the blog first kicked off, the show was picked up by our friends over at NerdyShow.com, where our video and podcast are posted in addition to the YouTube channel we have set up.
Creating this blog has been a big help as far as thinking creatively and testing out new ideas for art styles and techniques for illustration as well as quick timing and pacing for editing in Final Cut. I feel that if my brother and I keep up with making good material and fun content to entertain the viewers, my art skills will continue to grow.
To check out our work, go to the link here and enjoy!