Some concept illustrations I did for Sarah Connor Chronicles showing what to do if a terminator comes after you: shoot him/her in the face with a shotgun. The actor was filmed with prosthetic make-up, and a patch of greenscreen to be replaced with CG.
A matte painting of a post-apocalyptic nuclear power plant from Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles which I did at Entity FX. The plant was an actual filming location, but I modified it by painting decay and battle damage over it.
Here is what the original footage looked like... And here is the final composite, featuring a CG human-killing robot by David Alexander.
A life portrait, painted from a costumed model in the three-hour pose of Marie Antoinette enjoying the use of her head. Painted with photoshop on a laptop in at Bob Kato's drawing club. Click to enlarge.
A digital painting in Photoshop, painted from a live, costumed model in a Moulin Rouge-inspired theme. It was done on a laptop in in Bob Kato's class in a three-hour pose. I was also totally blitzed on absinthe for maximum authenticity.
Here's a character design for a horror movie, which apparently hasn't been made, cause I haven't seen it yet. It's about a witch doctor who lives in a cave and punishes promiscuous teenagers. And some of the earlier sketches...
These are sketches from the butterfly room at the Seattle Science Center. The one on the left sat there perfectly still, long enough for me to draw it. Then some kid ran up and kicked it with his shoe. I think it survived, although it's probably dead by now anyway.