Author Archives: Lorin
All right. The new “Star Wars” movie has been out for over a month, and I’ve already seen it THREE TIMES. Despite my previous post about “Farewell to Star Wars”….where I speculated that this would be the jumping-off point for my interest in this series….I can’t deny that I really loved this movie! It’s not … Continue reading
Growing up in the late ’70s and early ’80s, the Star Wars movies were a staple of my childhood. Once I graduated from college and entered the mundane, everyday reality of adult life, I seemed to have a growing desire to re-capture various elements from my childhood. Thus, as a caricature artist just trying to … Continue reading
For most people, summer at an amusement park means rides, junk food, and fun, fun, FUN! For me, however, summer at an amusement park usually means heat, crowds….and WORK. Much of my career has been spent working at theme parks, like Six Flags and Universal Studios. I spent 3 of those summers working at Lotte … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I posted anything here, so I thought I’d show you 3 new drawings, from 3 of my favorite movies…all works in progress. I hope to finish these, in color, by the end of the year.
This is a caricature drawn from a customer’s photo.
The First Mini Con in Singapore was a success!! I spent a week in a beautiful country, along with many friends, both old & new. Here is the artwork I was able to produce in a couple of days. Now here are the subjects, along with their drawings. First up is Insyirah, one of the … Continue reading
Here are a few of my recent live drawings. The first 2 are from a trade show I worked a couple of weeks ago. It was a 1970s-themed event. So basically, all I had to do was to draw people in semi-outrageous clothing. This 3rd image is from Saturday at the mall. The girl was … Continue reading
Here’s another step-by-step color process. This time, we have my buddy Steve Hearn from London! We’ll begin with a finished, inked, black & white drawing (Steve is English, and folks over there tend to say “CHEERS” a lot…hence the silly gag). Next, the first bit of color, concentrating mostly on the flesh tones. Now for … Continue reading
The weekend of April 9-12, 2015, was the Main Street Art Festival in downtown Fort Worth. This is an annual event, where artists of all types can display & sell their work. Because there’s no admission charge (the vendors just set up on various sections of the street, which are blocked to oncoming traffic), a … Continue reading
Another one of my awesome co-workers here in Dallas!