lunes, 9 de julio de 2012


Long time no see you! It's been hard times for me lately. A lot of changes and no stability at all. I've been busy redesigning my life and trying to become the guy I want to be, or rather to find out who I want to be, far from the past mistakes and fleeing of the sadness they brought. There's been a lot of hard work, a lot of challenges and even more disappointments, but I think I´ll leave the details to the next post (will be soon, I promise).

For now I wanted to talk about one of the elements that have been crucial for me to survive through all that journey, the key without which it would have been impossible to see the white light at the end of the blackness of the worst moments. Friends are so complicated... It's so hard to distinguish when this kind of love is conditioned or unconditional. Fortunately hard times has the property of revealing that truth, either painful or not. Only a few have passed this test for me and they know who they are. I am at the gates of the biggest change in my life, at the moment in which I will have to say goodbye to almost everything I love and I think it's time to be grateful. Sometime ago I was that kind of person that doesn't treasure that unconditional love, I used to be that kind of conditional friend myself... But I believe that mistakes are more valuable than successes. That's what my friends have taught me.

This is a little token of appreciation for one of the best.

viernes, 2 de marzo de 2012

Mastodon Artwork Contest

Hi there! This is my submission to the contest "Design for Mastodon". It's inspired by the thai ancient art, previous Mastodon artwork and of course, the outstanding sculptor A.J. Fosik. It's modeled entirely in ZBrush, rendered in Maya Mental Ray and composed in Photoshop. If you like it, you can vote for it HERE. Thanks!

martes, 7 de febrero de 2012

Forever alive

I write a lot lately, more than I draw unfortunately. If I have a dream I put it down in the paper as soon as I open the eyes, and I try to spend a while everyday writing about all the things that make my head burn. It makes problems easier to perceive and helps me to direct and understand feelings. This drawing was supposed to be an illustration for one of these writings and my first idea was to put it here under the words. However some time ago I was told that the power of an illustration by itself must consist mainly in the ability (and the hability) to get rid of the text, and that this power would be underrated and even overturned if you don't pay attention to this principle. Anyway, I think this particular image, besides not being as good as I would like, doesn't need any additional info to get a meaning. Whatever you think it is, make it yours.