halo art book

What happens when I let my mind trail off…
Messy enough, quite sketchy. Martyr halos and numerous Marks for the badass look)

Mark Blackthorn
(somehow I end up drawing him quite often, unintentionally:)

(TMI, TDA by Cassandra Clare)

P.S.: Guess I’ll do the colouring too, just for practice.

aeoneon  asked:

i think i might've asked this before, but do you have a store for your art?

I’m not very good at the whole store thing, same when it comes to prints. but there are still a few things you can find online really.
first of, my Structura art book series is available on Amazon and DesignStudioPress. here’s a link to my author page.

But for your information, the art of Halo 5 Art book will be available at the end of October when Halo 5 ships, and as you may already know, i have quite a few pieces visible in these pages. i also took a lot of time selecting the best pieces from the Halo 5 production from many great illustrators from 343 Industries, and the book is truly awesome. Here’s a page taken from the Amazon preview, here.

finally, you can also find a lot of additional personal pieces in the Halo 4 Artbook from 2012, here: Awakening, The Art of Halo 4.

Kelly angled away from the drone, toward a tree just to its right.
She jumped, hit the trunk three meters up—pushed off, flipped, propelling herself through the air straight at the hovering machine.
No shields to stop her.
She grabbed the port and starboard booms and swung both legs onto the bottom spar.
Its central metal eye fixed her and heated to white-hot intensity.
She let go and braced as best as she could on the slippery bottom boom, balled her hands into fists, and then hit the thing as hard as she could—impacting the eye dead center. Her shields flared as it repelled the intense heat.
The sphere dented and spun backward.
The drone spun as well from the momentum, and Kelly scrambled to regain purchase.
She drew back once more, and before the thing could recover and blast her—she again struck a hammer blow.

I posted a rough sketch of this one on @117–087‘s blog a while back. While I always intended to finish the piece later, I went a bit further with it than I originally planned.