I was recently interviewed by Animation Career Review on my work as a freelance artist. You can check out the article here! http://www.animationcareerreview.com/articles/animator-david-rabbitte-shares-his-experience-how-become-successful-freelancer
I was recently commissioned to do this Blade Runner art. I love Blade Runner, and have done barely any kind of art based on it, so this was a fun one to do!
I am currently working on sketch cards for Topps Star Wars Galaxy Series 7, which will be released next year. In the meantime, here is the sell sheet promoting the set. I also illustrated a base card which is featured here (top left corner, of Luke facing off two Rancor monsters) I will post a larger scan of the art when I get the okay!
Star Wars Heritage card for collector
Added to the Character Art gallery!
Added to the Star Wars gallery is my latest base card art from Topps Star Wars Galaxy Series 6 trading cards. This scene takes place between A New Hope and Empire, when the Rebels were scouting for a potential Rebel base before deciding on Hoth.
Here we see on a jungle planet, the Rebel’s temporary base camp in the background, while Han and Luke set out on a mission of exploration, perhaps to analyze what other indigenous life they may encounter, or to see if there are any signs of Imperial activity.
Here are a couple of commissions I recently finished on Star Wars Fan Days 3 cards. Han and Leia from Empire Strikes back and Cad Bane from Clone Wars.
I am happy to announce I am on the set for Topps Star Wars Galaxy Series 6. I will be doing 100 hobby sketch cards and 20 retail.
I am also excited to report I recently finished a new base card for this series. Can’t say what it is yet…though I will say it’s a scene set between the movies! When I get the ok I will show the art here.
Galaxy 6 is scheduled to be released 3-2-2011.
Return cards from my last card set for Topps, The Empire Strikes Back Widevision 3D cards.
This is my exclusive print I sold in Artists’ Alley at Star Wars Celebration V in Orlando Florida. It was limited to 250 prints.