This is the portfolio and blog site for Eric Smith (that’s me), illustrator, graphic designer, painter, toy designer, and resin caster. To view samples of my work, please follow the links at the top just under the header graphic! Thanks for looking.
Ace Roku hot roddin’ his boogie van. Done with Manga Studio, Photoshop and Procreate.
Posted in Uncategorized
Tagged anime, art, fullblownink, hot rods, illustration, manga, mangastudioex5, original, photoshop, procreate, vulkira
Latest project is a cover for a Chemicals & Commodities catalog.
A few weeks ago, I started doodling a Warduke sketch to celebrate hump day, as well as the ole evil fighter, himself-some silly, some not. Here’s the first one to be colored.
Posted in Illustration, Uncategorized
Tagged 80s, advanced dungeons & dragons, dungeon master, dungeons & dragons, evil fighter, illustration, ink, LJN, manga studio, pen and ink, photoshop. art, Satanic Panic, warduke
I designed and laid out this 63-page parts and accessories catalog for a new NAPA Balkamp business catagory that generated over a million dollars and 27% over quota within its first MONTH of release/circulation.
Chibi-style Warduke sketch. Maybe a tighter color version, soon.
I recently started DMing (that’s Dungeon Mastering or running a Dungeons & Dragons game for all you non-RPGers out there). After each campaign, I intend to summarize the session events in a campaign journal as well as doing a spot illustration for the journal entry. See attached. I have designed it to resemble the old Frank Mentzer BECMI era Dungeons & Dragons modules and rule books.
Posted in Graphic Design, Illustration
Tagged art, BECMI, D&D, dungeons & dragons, eric smith, Erol Otis, fantasy art, frank mentzer, illustration, jeff easley, larry elmore, wizards of the coast, wotc
Posted in Character Design, Crowd Sourcing, Misc, News, toys
Tagged cronus magnus, daikikaiju, fullblownink, japan, japanese, jumbo machinder, robot, sofubi shogun warriors, toylife, toys, vinyl toy, vulkira
I recently took up resin casting and have produced some fun Vulkira key chains. Get them in my web store!
Posted in resin, Store
Tagged art, DIY, eric smith, fullblownink, fullblownink.com, japanese, resin, robot, sofubi, toys, vinyl, vulkira
Hi. Thanks for checking out my site. I only update this site once or twice a year. You will find more recent works and updates here:
Be on the look out for more vinyl toys, resin toys, Vulkira merch. And, a Vulkira comic book is in the works. Be sure to follow me at the links above to stay in the loop!