Perhaps my most well-known image, since I keep finding it all over the Internet, but here is its official and original home. Digital painting.
Actually, the second incarnation of this painting, recreated in 2010 after my skills were a little more up to scratch. Digital painting.
A thematic play on words, this painting is the beginning of a series depicting Ancient Greek gods as music "gods". This first image features a very Beyonce-like Aphrodite, riding in on the sea foam. Digital painting.
Castiel, Angel of the Lord, as portrayed by the amazing Misha Collins on "Supernatural". Pencil and acrylic on paper.
As portrayed by Tom Hiddleston. My absolute favourite character of the Marvel universe (apart from Tony Stark). I included bits and pieces from the mythology of Loki here as well, such as his "monstrous" children and, if you squint, one of Odin's ravens. Digital painting.
One of my major works from university, this series is an exploration of my relationship with my parents. Both were musicians in the 70s but, unfortunately, hardly any record exists from that time. So, sadly, that part of their lives (long before I came along), has been virtually unknown to me. These paintings illustrate the frustration of that loss, featuring portraits of both my parents from that time, painted onto album sleeves to form their own new "record". Oil on record sleeves.
After Bini passed away, I painted this for my family, so we could remember her and her sister as the beautiful little puppies they were. Oil on board.
Because everyone needs a dose of cuteness in their lives. Just a bit of practice painting. Oil on canvas board.
Bit of a play on concepts here - Dante and Virgil, in this image, are from the Capcom game Devil May Cry, one I used to play as a kid. I stumbled across a painting one day depicting a scene in Dante's Inferno, of two souls tearing each other apart in one of the levels of Hell, with Dante and Vergil watching. Obviously, my imagination was captured and this is the result, depicting the game characters as the two tortured souls. Digital painting.
From the last Nolan!verse Batman movie, The Dark Knight Rises, played by Joseph Gordon Levitt. Trying out lots of new techniques with this one. Digital painting.
From that delightfully angsty and awesome show, Teen Wolf. I wanted to capture a more interesting expression than "intense stare" or "brooding". Digital painting.
I wanted to paint someone using only one type of brush (hexagonal), a friend challenged me to paint Obama. This is the result. Digital painting.