|Detail from Incredible Hulk Anatomy.|
Recent news from my studio:
The Incredible Hulk Anatomy image did very well.
- Published it on Symbiartic, got some good traffic, over 70 Facebook Likes and a few comments there.
- Editor-in-chief of io9.com, Annalee Newitz published it there, and it's up to about 24000+ views in 4 days.
- This Tumblr-er posted it, and it's been re-shared and Liked more than 370+ times.
- I had some fun viewing it on Google Ripples.
- My Symbiartic post about fine artist Marc Quinn's Self also got a shout-out on Gizmodo.I don't have time to do a lot of fan art: but it is a useful tool to getting noticed by a wider crowd, much like how many 90's goth bands did covers of popular Depeche Mode and New Order songs. It's a lot of fun to do though. Wonder what I should tackle next? Always wanted to finish something with Cloak and Dagger.
I revamped my professional portfolio online.
Instead of awkwardly grouping artwork by mediums used (painting, drawing) as I used to do, I think I've made it a little more editor and art director friendly by arranging the galleries by topic.
New galleries are:
Hopefully this makes it easier to navigate. I also tried to pick some really strong images for the first image in each gallery.
I'm pretty close to revealing some of the work I did earlier this year. It's my first time doing actual scientific illustration instead of the surreal stuff I'm usually commissioned to do, and I'm really pleased with how they turned out. After doing these, I think I shed my imposter-syndrome that flares up a bit when I consider myself a part of the science blogosphere. #Iamscience
For now, here's a little Instagram-preview of one of the images:
|© Glendon Mellow|
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Original artwork on The Flying Trilobite © to Glendon Mellow
under Creative Commons Licence.
Find me on Symbiartic, the art+science blog on the Scientific American Blog Network!