Sunday, January 30, 2011

Drifting Lightcycle - Scratch-Art

ANOTHER TRON scratch-art piece (yeah, it's like my 6th piece so far)
And I'm working on another one as we speak! lol

CLU Lightcycle Battle Scratch-Art

Another TRON scratch-art piece
As most of my family has said, 'why does the helmet cut off like that?'
If you look at it, the bottom of the drawing cuts off the same way. It is just how the original picture was so that is how the drawing is going to look

Thursday, January 20, 2011

End Of Line - TRON: Legacy Painting

This is the END OF LINE!
A TRON painting
The orignal picture was from a test trailer.
This was orignaly CLU with green coloring but since the trailer was done, CLU's color was changed to yellow.
Some people may argue with me on this trailer but that is how it looks, so that is how I am going to paint it :)

Monday, January 17, 2011

Even MORE TRON: Scratch-Art

The fifth piece of TRON scratch-art
Probably the most detailed piece I have done yet :)

Saturday, January 15, 2011

More TRON Scratch-Art

CLU, Rinzler, Sam

Daft Punk

The top scratch-art is of CLU, Rinzler and Sam

The bottom scratch-art is of Daft Punk.

Daft Punk, for those of you that don't know, are two guys that create dance/techno music, mostly instrumental. They did the TRON soundtrack, and have become a hit with their song (from that album) Derezzed. They teamed up with Harry Gregson-Williams and Hans Zimmer to create the score of the TRON film.
The cool thing about Daft Punk is that no one has seen their faces. When they perform live they wear helmets. Interviews...Helmets or they have their backs turned away from the camera. Very few people have actually seen the faces of Daft Punk. And that is why they fit into the movie so well.

Friday, January 14, 2011

TRON: Scratch-Art

 TRON Light Cycle with CLU standing behind it
A TRON Light Cycle

Two different pieces of scratch-art.
For those of you that don't know what scratch art is, I'll explain.
It is a piece of cardboard colored into different colors, than covered with black clay. You then take a scratch tool, a piece of plastic with a shaped metal head, and scratch the clay away to see the color beneath. In this case, it is a white background. Some of the backgrounds that you can get are solid colors, but there is also metallic backgrounds, mostly silver but you can get gold and copper ones as well. The only problem with this form of art is you can never go back and replace the stuff you scratched off. Once you scratch it, it is permanent
I went to my local art store and bought a pack of 10 scratch art sheets and am going to do a whole TRON theme on them. *squeals* I cant wait to get them done :)

Tuesday, January 4, 2011


My latest painting; A Labrador Dog
A family I know, has two dogs, one black lab and one chocolate lab. The black lab is fully grown and is the mother to the chocolate lab, who is at the teenager stage for dogs. My family and I went over to their house for New Years Eve. Being over at their house and playing with their dogs inspired me to paint a labrador dog.

If you would like to purchase a print of this painting, you can do so here.