You know one thing you don’t want to sneak up behind you? A neomorph. These variations on xenomorphs, introduced in Alien: Covenant, are fast and mean. And, somehow, I feel like they’re even creepier than the original Alien creature. They aren’t as elegant–they don’t straddle that line between beauty and horror the way HR Giger’s original design does. But they are freakin’ creepy. So I decided to paint them! Because… of course I did? (Sometimes when things get in my […]
When someone commissions you to paint Megatron, leader of the Decepticons, you don’t say “no!” That would be… heroic nonsense. Anyway, this was a thrill to paint–Transformers usually are! Megatron wasn’t necessarily my favorite Transformer, but he was never anything less than compelling (and Megatron in Transformers: The Movie finally felt like a real villain and a threat). This piece was designed as a companion to an earlier Optimus Prime piece. I like the way the two complement each other […]
Categories: Fan Art
Is there a better Star Trek villain than the Borg? Growing up, I loved every Borg episode. And you know what? That’s still mostly true. And that’s definitely what inspired this Star Trek: Voyager painting! I had two ideas in my head when I painted the starship Voyager last: one was Voyager in front of a debris field. And the other was Voyager facing off against the Borg. I couldn’t choose between the ideas, so I decided to go with […]
The starship USS Voyager stops near a debris field to salvage necessary materials and supplies. That was the idea behind this painting, anyway. I thought it would be a good opportunity to play with some Vaadwaur ships–I always thought “Dragon’s Teeth” was a fantastic episode, and the Vaadwaur could have been an interesting opponent for Voyager. I wanted to create a kind of “day-in-the-life” piece for the starship Voyager. We probably didn’t see all the mundane maintenance and upkeep they […]
Okay, by now we all know that I quite enjoy painting velociraptors. This piece was no exception! Only this time, it’s three velociraptors. I also very much enjoy mixing prehistoric animals with modern settings, which is why this raptor brawl is going down at the local gas station. If you like this piece and want to have some feathery dinosaurs hanging on your wall, you can find prints in my store!
This piece was commissioned by someone who I can only assume is a David Cronenberg fan. And I have to say, even though I’m not terribly familiar with the man’s films, I did thoroughly enjoy Cronenberg’s portrayal of Kovich on Star Trek: Discovery. Rumors are, we’ll see more of Kovich next season. For now, you can enjoy this artwork of the man!
Jupiter is easily one of the most compelling planets in the solar system. It’s big, it’s mysterious, it’s… pretty far away. And it has its own mini-solar system of moons. Maybe that’s why I paint these gas giants so often. Anyway, I really wanted to show a sense of scale to the galaxy with this piece–I wanted that ship to look very tiny. Hope you like the piece! If you’d like to purchase prints of this piece, you can find […]
The third season of Star Trek: Discovery has been, in my opinion, absolutely stellar (pun intended, of course). Just about every episode has been spectacular, and the show has never felt better. Along with that, I’ve really enjoyed Michael Burnham’s storyline this season. As a result, I was inspired to create some art! So here’s Michael Burnham, ready to save the galaxy–as she always does. And, you know what? I like that–I like that she saves the galaxy, that she […]
I have been a huge fan of Star Trek: Discovery since the show began, but this is my first painting of the USS Discovery. I have to be honest… it took a bit for this ship to grow on me. In the first season, especially, it looked a little… awkward. But the second season of the show seemed to find some really fantastic angles of the Discovery. And, as a result, the ship has really grown on me. It’s a […]
The USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D, as seen in Star Trek The Next Generation, was always an explorer first. That’s one of the things I love most about that ship. It’s not made for battle, not designed for speed (though it’s not slow by any means) or agility. It’s simply designed to explore strange, new worlds. In this piece, the Enterprise is exploring a nebula. And in this case, the nebula is heavily inspired by some of the photos taken by the […]