Having grown up in the 1990s, I was exposed to the early years of video games. From the NES, up until the N64, my memory of games has always come from watching my dad play old LucasArt, and Sierra puzzle games, plus my brother playing nintendo games. As I've grown up I've leant to appreciate the early years of the gaming industry, and always thought of the 2000s as a lesser shadow of its former self.
When I was growing up I wanted to be an art student, but my better understanding of maths and sciences led me down a path more suited to my skills, but has left my urge to paint and draw in the dust. I've tried drawing over the years to no avail, and painting from time to time. Eventually getting to digital art, I was reminded able the simplicity of old game sprites.
From there, I decided to come up a method of how to transfer old sprites onto canvases, both for personal nostalgic reasons and for those who grew up with the characters as well.
Hope you enjoy my work and gallery.
Current Residence: Toronto, ON
Favourite genre of music: Classical
Favourite style of art: Pixel/Vectored
Personal Quote: "Luther Coleman sent me"
Favourite TV Shows
Great Expectations, 20 000 leagues under the sea
Charles Dickens, Jules Verne
Starcraft, Diablo, Mike Tyson's Punch Out, Castlevania
Favourite Gaming Platform
Gaming, painting, Cosplaying.