NEW UNREAL ESTATE PRINT- “The Fields of Trenzalore” by Tim Doyle- exclusive BLACK FRIDAY to CYBER MONDAY timed release print, available RIGHT NOW on Spoke-Art’s site HERE.
The regular version (top) is a 6-color print, and the GLOW IN THE DARK variant (bottom) is a 5 color!Both 18x24 prints will be hand-printed in Doyle’s studio, and signed and numbered by the artist.
COME GET IT.
Just a few hours left to pick up this Timed Release edition of my Walter White Breaking Bad portrait! gone for good after tonight!
Celebrate the final episode of #BreakingBad tonight with this limited edition print by Austin-based artist Tim Doyle.
This fine art print comes signed and numbered by the artist for only $25 each.
Available today only (sale ends at midnight), check it out here - http://bit.ly/19OtzpX
GRUMPY CATBUS- “Out Of Service” 16x20 watercolor painting. Part of an upcoming show at SpokeArt!
This image leaked early! I figure I better reblog it so it’s at least tagged properly! STAY TUNED FOR INFO.
Grumpy Catbus, Tim Doyle
My new Arrested Development themed UnReal Estate print from SpokeArt is now available! It’s a companion piece to the one released at the original show back in 2012. (also pictured)
Here’s what I told slashfilm’s Germain Lussier about it-
“The idea behind this one was to mimic what is essentially a running kind of joke on AD- the zoom-out, pull-away gag, showing the same scene from a different angle, or slowly revealing the entirety of a scene and the actors present- for comedic effect. My hope is that the people who own the original Banana Stand print from last year’s show will put this one right next to it- causing general confusion and awkward questions. This was ALMOST the print I did for this year’s UnReal Estate 2 show, but decided to go with the Model Home instead. But after slamming Season 4 into my brain, and it’s very un-traditional structure- retreading the same material time and again from different perspectives, GOB’s Banana Shack just made more sense to me. I did in fact re-draw the left side of the print by hand, re-tracing my own steps from almost 2 years previous. Which made me think about show-revivals and how set builders have to re-trace their steps and plans to resurrect a show like this- to make everything the same. SAME. ANYWAY- I could ramble, but I believe that would be a huge mistake. “
So…it’s a ROOFIE CIRCLE of a print set.
You can pick the new one up RIGHT NOW on the SpokeArt site HERE.
"Arnim Tamzarian"- by Tim Doyle 18x24 timed release print. Available for one week only- ending on Friday 3/1. The Unreal Estate 2 show sold out so quickly, we wanted to offer a print that everyone could get! Print measures 18x24, and comes in a day version, or a night-time glow in the dark edition. 3rd image is a mock-up of it glowing!
You can pick them up right now in the SPOKEART store HERE!
Prints will start printing as soon as the sale is closed, and will ship by mid-March!
Unreal Estate 2 preview! “Good News Everyone”. 18x24. By Tim Doyle. Glow in the Dark.
This leaked on Tumblr ahead of the regular press, so I decided to reblog and add myself in the tags, so people know who drew it!
Show opens at SpokeArt in San Fran on Feb 7. I’ll be there at the reception, and the first 100 people in house get a freebie screenprint!
Nakatomi just received a big batch of freebie stickers and postcards from SpokeArt to help promote Tim Doyle’s solo art show- UNREAL ESTATE 2, which opens on February 7th in San Francisco!
If you place an order on the Nakatomi site in the next few days, you will MOST DEFINITELY receive a set of these!
The sticker and postcard are both 5×7, and are super-swanky! Both have never-before-released image teasers from the show!
Head on over to SpokeArt to get updates about the show- hope to see you all in San Fran in about a month!
Stay tuned here for a more comprehensive preview of the show when we get closer to the show date!
GO HERE to get your free set of stickers and postcards.
New prints by Nakatomi regulars Nick Derington and Jon Smith from the hit MUCHO MACHISMO art show from SpokeArt Oakland in September!
You can read more HERE.
I did a bunch of free sketches for people in line at the SpokeArt booth at NYCC. I’ve never done con sketches before, and the results were…varied. Still, it was fun if terrifying. Not used to drawing with people watching. Also, not used to drawing while wearing pants. My apologies to everyone in line when I took my pants off.
These are the ones I remembered to take photos of- there was another Batman, an Iron Man, and a portrait I did for a girl of herself…maybe a few others. It was quite a blur!
I’m either making a bunch of crap, or having a major breakthrough on how I design portraits.
Note- this originated as a hand-drawn image that is now being colored in photoshop.