Hey, remember when I was all like, "Yeah, I color corrected some stuff and I'll put it up when I get the chance," and you were all like, "Yeah right, Bosma. I'll believe it when I see it." Well look who's got the last laugh now, eh?
Here are the other two frontier giants I did last semester, all glossed over with a nice sheen of CS3 and then color corrected some more. I'm much, much happier with the top one, as that was the weakest of the three paintings and therefore the one I spent longest correcting digitally. So I'm pretty happy with the advancement.
In other news, I just got back from Icon 5 that was held in New York City this past week. I was volunteering there with a bunch of other MICA students, on account of our department head (Whitney Sherman) being the chair of the conference this year. It was pretty rough working from eight am to six or seven at night, but two open bars, free copies of American Illustration 26, a bunch of other swag, and the opportunity to cavort with with a lot of my heroes in the industry was a nice little prize at the end. The last night was especially great, as Sam Weber, Jillian Tamaki, and Frank Stockton all but gate-crashed and ended up talking to a few of the MICA kids for awhile.
I'm hoping to get to work on a couple pieces I've been sketching lately, but I'm not sure if I'm just treading the same territory I always do (giant monsters, small people), so I may or may not try to mix it up. I'm going to update this thing with some sketches once I get things worked out, or hey, maybe even before then.