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A design for Brenton - Dragon and Phoenix 3/4rd sleeve
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Commission - a photograph of a linedrawing in progress
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Collection of photos for a full-sleeve design. Koi fishy's with flowers. Do not use - contact me if you want a sleeve design.
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Set Design for Funhouse Ride Exterior
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Future Race Cars
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Fish Character Design Sketches
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I designed this storage and TV center in mid summer for a house we built last year[link] , which was sold to the present owner last spring. They needed storage space badly (all us Americans have too much stuff!) and we also agreed that we could improve the situation with the TV. The room is the bonus room on the second floor, facing the front, with one window, about 20 feet across (side to side) and maybe ten feet deep. The back of the room had a ledge about 2 feet high and a bit less then two feet across, with nothing on top. We decided to "go with it" and build on top of it. The client had seen doors with louvers at my house and asked for those. I designed a symmetrical pair of raised closets with louvered doors, each with two shelves. The middle space was measured carefully to fit the TV. We designed a shelf above to place the "boxes" (he had three,) and another display shelf above. To the left, underneath the sloping ceiling, I designed another set of shelves.

I built this myself working part time in about four weeks, finishing it Friday, Dec 21, just in time for Christmas season! I followed my own plan, but made one major change, which was to build the three divider walls from 2x4 studs instead of 3/4" plywood, which made it easier to attach to the existing ledge at the bottom, the back, and the top, where I anchored it into a truss. The construction photo shows the shelf ledgers clearly, 1x2's I ripped from 1x4's. They are anchored into the back wall firmly with screws into the center of the wall studs, and, at the sides, into blocks lined up with ledger inside the divider walls. The shelves are 3/4" cabinet grade plywood with a strip on the front measuring about 2 and a half inches, with dadoes, screws and glue, very stiff.

Front trim is 1x4 and 1x6 white pine and southern yellow pine, top piece with arch cut from a 16' piece. Everything was to be paint grade, and since we had a more than a gallon of dark tan trim paint left from the house construction, we just painted it all one color. Drywall on sides of dividers is 3/8" thick.

Doors had to be modified. I buy them from the local big box, chop 'em, build and install new top blocks, and drill some holes, and voila! new short bi-fold closet doors, work beautiful. Sanding, priming, and painting was a huge task on this one, where most of my time was spent. Client has already installed the TV and boxes, filled the closets with "stuff," and put other items on the shelves! They love it!!

Note: sorry for lackluster photos, this project did not photograph well. I'll take some more pictures of it next week with all the stuff on the shelves.
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Initial sketches for two more building groups for our town design, "The Clove," a 3D town for Second Life. Drawn in 4H and 2H pencil in scale 1/16" = one foot. I have measurements for building widths and floor plans sketched roughly but I left them off this image. I'm starting with an Italian/Tuscany influence, but obviously, I go pretty far out with that. Some of these look more like late 19th century storefronts, and at least one in Group 5 has a strong influence from Amsterdam, but it will still have low pitch roofs, barrel tile, stucco accents, and other features that will tie it in with the rest. All these groups (Groups 1-5) will face an irregularly shaped pedestrian plaza with fountains and a small stream running through it.
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I submitted the sketch for House 500 a few weeks ago, mostly as an exercise in OUTRAGEOUS ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN and to push myself to the limits, but, alas it has been made known by the forces in the universe that more information is needed about this home, so I am working backwards from the perspective sketch to try to hammer out a floor plan. These two sketches give you an idea of how my slightly warped mind works in regards to such a feat. Many dimensions will be altered, and some exterior features will surely be moved like chimneys. I'd love to do a real medieval/fantasy house but I'm just too practical and stuck in luxury home land!! Budget estimate: 3 million bucks, at least.

So go for it! Critique it, throw some ideas out there, now's the time to do it. Don't worry, you won't hurt my feelings!!
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First design of 2012! Wanted to make a features-centric theme that targeted higher res screens (actual design width is like 1180px; full view here is ~75% of that). Turned out pretty well.

Update: Get it here.
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Experimenting with this style and created this simple blog theme design. Wanted to make it look like a glassy sheet floating in the air (with the background blurred out as if it were off in the distance).

Should be up on 4Templates in the coming week or so once I get it coded up.
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Just a quickie. Minimal, clean, and gradient/shadow-free :)

Upcoming commercial theme for 4Templates. Full view is 75% actual size.

DEMO HERE -> [link]
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If it doesn't look like mine, it's because Todd McFarlane did the lineart! I just colored it. :P he handed this out and autographed it at SDCC.

This was one of the random small tasks I had to do working at 38 Studios, but it's still cool none the less to color his work. It was one of those things I aspired to do when I was like 16, hehe.
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Some work I did were promotional illustrations for 38 Studios/Big Huge Games. My concept work is minimal this time, most of these are based on existing designs by a combination of artists that I've reinterpreted.

These are the Gnomes, safeguards of Amalur's secrets.
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Promotional work for the 38 Studios IP that was never released. I'm keeping it up until someone slaps my wrists. My concept work is minimal this time, most of these are based on existing designs by a combination of artists that I've reinterpreted.

The Kollossae- A race of giants distantly related to the trolls, but have abandoned their savage origins and literally sculpted themselves into more "perfect" creatures.
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Character concept art
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For Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, Atomhawk worked with Sumo Digital at the ground level, helping to design tracks and weapons.

This is one of the concept boards for a Super Monkey Ball themed track.
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Otra prueba para un trabajo
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Castlevania Mirror of Fate. Scene 5.0.
Konami / MercurySteam.
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Castlevania Mirror of Fate. Trevora (female version of Trevor).
Konami / MercurySteam.
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(This image shouldn't be disclosed by any means without the express written consent of MercurySteam Entertainment SL)
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More concept sketches for project boundless. learn more here [link]

The first one is a concept for this bar thats actually a rebel airship disguised right in the heart of the city vallia.

The second one is a unnamed machine city of sorts.

Blog --> [link]

Facebook --> [link]
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check out the part of the process

Blog --> [link]

Facebook --> [link]

unfinished official website [link]

So heres A giant piece I Just created over the last month. I canít recall the amount of hrs I put in. It was created entirely in photoshop. Its a splash page for an upcoming game called Fatecraft, The Therian Saga. Iíll provide more info when its available.

The brief was just to create a massive scene that featured multiple terrains, and people performing various tasks like, building, hunting, trading etc.. It was to be set in a medieval time frame with a subtle fantasy feel.

I was excited and overwhelmed but it was a very satisfying job to complete. The layout was established quickly for approval then I set forth to gather reference material. This mostly consisted of medieval miniatures.
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I did the art for an upcoming table top game. You can view the trailer here [link]
Its the sequel to Forbidden Island by Ceaco Inc.

My facebook: [link]
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CD COVER box (back)and(front) for the music band Red Warlock

Email svitart@gmail.com if you need a BOOK/CD/ADVERT COVER


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CD COVER for the music band Circle of Silence
Email svitart@gmail.com if you need a BOOK/CD/ADVERT COVER

Version with band logo:


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captain goes out for delicious burgers

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Enjoy RA everywhere and get zee book:
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...and a little bit of shields design
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More things for my portfolio! A little bit of weapons desing...
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Just fleshing out a little more details on the landscapes previously uploaded: [link]
I'm slowly getting the hang of this 'concept-design-whatever' style of working. i'm more of a manga person, this is not my cup of tea really, but in hopes of getting a job you must 'diversify' yourself a little.
Any comments/advise/critique/bashing is welcome.
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