This is a drawing I did around the age of 13. It's based off the cover art for Wolverine #37 Blood and Claws Part 3 originally done by Marc Silvestri. That was a great series!
Something I did a couple of years ago. Four hours with Photoshop and a Wacom.
It seems like everyone has hard times and life tends to fall apart. Sometimes things fall apart so badly that we wonder if they can ever be restored. I believe that this happens because there is an enemy in this world that we cannot see, but is no less real than the air we breathe. His name is Satan and I believe he is doing everything in his power to get us to stumble, fall, and focus on ourselves long enough for us to believe that either God doesn’t care or that God isn’t real. The scary thing is that this can happen in the subtlest of ways. Often attacking the things that we hold most dear. For example, if you are happily married, then the relationship with your spouse is a prime target. I think this has even greater emphasis if you are a married Christian couple, but that is a different topic.
Working on expressing emotion and movement in my work. Trying to get away from a literal interpretation of what I see to increase expressiveness. I really enjoy the work of Christian Blanco and am inspired every time I check out his site.
Thought of You from Ryan Woodward on Vimeo.
A visual journal to improvement - Week 2
A visual journal to improvement - Week 1
If you are like many designers out there, when designing a website, you most likely build the layout using Adobe Photoshop, slice up the necessary imagery, and then save the images as individual files. This process can be broken down to five basic steps.
Random sketches for today... Trying to get back into the swing of things with the Wacom
Legacy of Letters from Luca Barcellona on Vimeo.
Thought I would put up a poster I did for an office party a couple of years ago.
If you're an HTML purist and would like the DotNetNuke Rad Editor to use paragraph tags
instead of the default break tag every time you hit the Enter key on your keyboard then following these simple steps:
If you've used DotNetNuke for any length of time, I'm sure you've discovered the quick edit pencil icon and the Modules Action drop down menu as ways to edit your content. I'm also sure that you've noticed these two features "fight" for the same space on the page, which can become somewhat annoying.