Batman Villains

I haven't practiced sculpting in a long while, so I did a few quick exercises a few months ago. Me and a buddy at work decided to try sculpting some Batman villains. Here's what I came up with.


Here is another character design from a movie pitch that I worked on called "The Burnouts." Also, feel free to visit me on the net at these other locations:


Here’s another image from that movie pitch I worked on recently. It was a fun and challenging experience. Also, gorillas are fun to paint.


I was lucky enough to get to work on some character/costume design for a movie pitch recently. Here's one of the designs.

scifi character

I just felt like making another sci-fi looking character recently and came up with this guy.

Kaiju Hitting Machine

I was watching Pacific Rim a little while ago and was reminded that the designs from that movie were really incredible. Those mechs punching those giant kaiju were really fun to watch on a huge screen. So, I wanted to come up with a jaeger of my own, and I came up with this guy.

Helmet Design 3

Messing around some more with techniques. I’ve always admired painters that knew how to paint really well with textures. So I attempted that a little bit here.

The Master

I'm a big fan of the tv show "The Strain," so I thought I'd do a little fan art piece for it. I love it's take on vampires and the spread of it's disease, via the idea of infection through worms. Super cool. I thought that the Master character was cool in particular, and I wanted to try and take a crack at doing my version of it. The way that he moves like a ghost in the show, and can pop up and disappear, moving along the walls and ceilings, is fantastic. I haven't read the books, and I just follow the show, so I thought I'd depict him this way. He's an ancient creature, maybe having the feel of a resurrected mummified corpse. His eyes are useless, and he sees the world through echo location.

Helmet Design 2

Here's another helmet sketch. I'm just having fun with this and messing around with techniques right now.

Helmet Design

This one started out as a portrait study that I turned into a design exercise.