Matthew Jablonski

Compared to most digital illustrators' works, I've found that mine is quite left-field. Here are several questions I've been commonly asked.
Is it a painting?

No. I use a series of computer apps to create these images. I value and want to acknowledge the idea that I'm producing "original" artworks. Additionally, I set limited editions for many of my renditions.

How long does it take you?

Often, my reply is, "...tens of hours," which is accurate in most cases.

Do I sell prints of my existing works?
Yes! Please send me an email, requesting information about any artwork you may want to purchase. I include a custom-made white mat, making it compliant with standard-size frame for you, unless requested otherwise.
What was my inspiration?

I wish this one was asked more often because its history goes back to nearly a century. Much of the answer can be found in my Senior Thesis, which I've redacted, here.

Do I do commissions?

YES! I welcome commissions and encourage you to show me any images you think might be potential projects for me. In response, I will write a brief reply, stating my own personal thoughts on its feasibility, cost, etc.

From experience, I have found that prototype images with clear subjects, heavy contrast and little blurriness tend to work the best.