Here I have the game board for my Visual Development for Mobile Game class. I worked really hard on it but could’ve used another week, oh well. I think it came out pretty decently.
The Alligator spends his time
Down at the pond with hook and line,
And tries to catch a tasty treat,
A yummy fish, how very neat!
The Bat despite it’s meager sight,
Will gaze upon the stars at night
And name them as they twirling reel
Along the great celestial wheel.
Here is an acrylic painting I did of one of my favorite video games: Super Mario Brothers 2
The Pod Pals are packing for their trip to search for the Arctic Boogle. Olson packs his gaming supplies and lots of food. Lily packs her science material. Sebastian packs his musical instruments and Boris… Where is that sneaky Boris? Can you spot him hiding? (Hint: He may be upside down)
Finneus Fin leads a meeting of the Junior Urchin Scouts. Today they are discussing the mysterious and rarely seen Arctic Boogle.
The Pod Pals take an excursion to the Arctic Wilds in search of the elusive Arctic Boogle. There, they see fields of Frost Flower Coral, floating clouds of Bubble Plankton and a small pod of Sea Bees but no Boogle could they find.
So much has happened since my last post but the main crux of the matter is that I am now a co-owner of a small art gallery in Oakland, calle SideQuest Gallery. The address is 314 15th and we’re the best little gallery in all the land. Here’s the flyer from our latest show:
Got my new books published, books for sale!! You can order them on my “wonderful items for sale” page.
Here is my painting “A visit to the Wizard”, and I’ve also included my wee kitty for a sense of scale.
People gather round! I am part of this awesomeness:
and I’ve got a ton of new art like this:
Painted some Table Placeholders for Erin & Jo Jo’s upcoming wedding. Behold! A mighty menagerie of random sea beasties!
Started my Grad class on perspective last week so here’s my first assignment. It looks a bit wonkier than it should because o’ the distortion of the camera and there’s a couple of flaws that I didn’t notice last night at 330 AM when I was finishing it. Regardless I thought it came out ok.
So this is the culmination of my first semester of grad school and I know what you’re thinking: don’t quit your day job. To be fair it’s not very good BUT I suck with gouache AND ‘twas my first attempt at using an analogous split complementary color scheme while adding depth to a composition, so I don’t feel too bad. It’s a blue scheme if you couldn’t tell. My perspective is a tad goofy but that’s my next class so I should have that all ironed out by next semester.
So, since I’ve started Grad school I haven’t been spending too much time online, I’ll try to rectify that by posting more frequently. Here are some new stickers I got made, enjoy!
Behold! Gave this lovely all-felt undersea scene to my lady friend’s cousin for her baby shower. I think I may start doing more felt art.
Bonjour! Felt like showing this ultra snazzy map of Cephalopodia to the general populace so here it be, behold! This is more or less the world where I plan on staging adventures for my cephalopod characters. I think I may offer it as a print as well, why not? Enjoy.
Hola! Inspired by all the great game icon art I’ve been viewing I made a bunch of little mini paintings. These are all little critters I designed for a whack-a-mole type game I was thinking of making a while back. I’ll be at the Oakland Art Murmur at Warehouse 416 showing some arts as well as walking around with these little minis for sale if anybody’s out and about in the Town. That’s Oak Town for those who don’t know, peace!
So I have added a Shop page to the website, where you can buy all sorts of Casey Fay art. Please enjoy! And a Bio as well, doubly sweet!