Monday, December 23, 2013

Timothy Tang Websites and Connections

Apparently I am still getting views on this blog. If you have the time, please check out my new sites and connections.

Feel free to follow my new blog.


Monday, August 27, 2012

New Website !

I sketched this from an old B&W photograph. It's well known, can you guess who the photographer is?

Also I finally made a website. At least a more legitimate one. Check it out here.


Friday, June 8, 2012


Please visit my portfolio site.

I'm not going to be here for awhile. I'm currently working on stepping my networking up and making a completely new portfolio. Later. Thanks to everyone that has viewed my blog. :D

Friday, March 2, 2012

Let's Cypher

Let's Cypher, Mixed Media, 20"x20"

What's going on here?

Wednesday, January 25, 2012



Giant Pearl Diving

Here's some pieces that made it to my portfolio. I'm still trying to figure out an efficient way of doing my visual development work and my illustration work. Decay was done for my friend's album cover called Median. The Giant Pearls is a moment piece for the 20000 Leagues Under the Sea story.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Filler Post

 Film Studies 01

 Kitchen Drawings

Mad Scientist

I didn't know what to update with but here are a couple of oldies. I did the Film Studies over the summer and had a good roll but all of a sudden I got bored so I stopped. Working digitally still never got a hold on me the way traditional media did. Maybe I'm old fashion. The other two are about a year old, there are some issues with them but drawing has always been the most fun part of creating an illustration.

On another note: The homie, Jonathan Wayshak is doing an online comic with Sam Keith, updated every Monday. It's pretty much an "anything goes" kind of procedure where they take turns adding to the strip. I did this exercise with my friends during one of Barron Storey's classes. It was fun to do but to see it done by these two is pretty sick. Anyway, check it out-

this image is from

This project also reminded me of James Jean's and Kenichi Hoshine's:

Friday, September 30, 2011