Its been kind of a busy and productive week. I’ve felt sorta pressed for time, but one of the things I make sure I do every day is walk my dogs up the canyon. Its so nice and beautiful up there right now, with all of the leaves changing and falling.

Every year around this time I start to think about an old digital painting I did a few years back called “Maple”. I like to wipe off the digital dust and take a look, because it gets me all sentimental about fall.

I’ve never posted my picture here before, but its always felt like November to me. Even though we are well into fall, and as I look out my window I see the first valley snowfall of the season, this picture feels like November.

Android Jones

“Nov. 1, 2009” – Andrew Jones


It was probably sometime around 2001 or so that I first came across the website and it’s forums. At that time I was getting serious about learning how to translate my artwork into the digital format, and many of the people over on that site had it down. Working digitally in Photoshop and Painter, creating amazing pieces. One of the website’s founders, Andrew “Android” Jones, became somebody whose work I sought out and followed. And it was easy to do, because his output was always amazing.

What first caught my eye was Jones’ self portraits, because for years he was uploading a new one every day, and every single one was fantastic. That is just… intimidating!

Jones’ artwork has been used to promote everything from video games, software packages like Painter, events, magazines, albums, and a whole lot more. You can also hang it on your walls. Jones is also known for his live painting events, creating digital work as a performance, in front of an audience. No doubt about it, he has got his technique and methods down.

“Monarch Dragon”

I recently logged onto Facebook and noticed he has opened a new shop, making his prints and work easy to find and obtain. Just in time for the holidays! Check it out:

And be sure to take a look at what else he has done by clicking through these links below:
An Interview with Android Jones