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  • This concept piece was used as the blueprint for one of the 3 main endings of Eternal Darkness. The image shows what might happen to the planet if the Chattur'gha god took over the world.  It was drawn in pencil and digitally painted in Photoshop.
  • This is concept piece done for a potential ending of Eternal Darkness. It depicts a zombie apocalypse after the Ulyaoth god takes over the world.  It was drawn in pencil, roughly rendered in marker, then digitally touched up in Photoshop.
  • This is concept piece done for a potential ending of Eternal Darkness. It depicts a zombie apocalypse after the Ulyaoth god takes over the world. It was drawn in pencil, roughly rendered in marker, then digitally touched up in Photoshop.
  • This is concept piece done for a potential ending of Eternal Darkness. This is an environment idea if the Ulyaoth god took over the world and created bizarre landscapes from the bones and remains of earths inhabitants. It was a small thumbnail drawing done in pencil, then coloured and digitally touched up in Photoshop.
  • This is concept piece done for a potential ending of Eternal Darkness. It shows what might happen to to a city street environment if the the Xel'lotath god ended up taking over earth. It was drawn in pencil, then coloured and digitally touched up in Photoshop.
  • This is a series of concept pieces done for preproduction of an untitled game. They were drawn in pencil, roughly rendered in marker, then digitally touched up in Photoshop.
  • This is another concept piece done for preproduction of an untitledgame. It was drawn in pencil, rendered in marker, then digitallytouched up in Photoshop.
  • This is a preproduction concept piece done for the videogame Too Human. It was drawn in pencil, roughly rendered in marker, then digitally touched up in Photoshop.  Another artist (David Cho) added all the characters battling in the scene.
  • This preproduction concept piece was done as abstract  idea for a disorienting level for an untitled game. They were drawn in pencil, roughly rendered in marker, then digitally touched up in Photoshop.