23.03.09 by Jeff

Wesley Burt

When I worked at Electronic Arts as a concept artist, I used to visit the forums on ConceptArt.org all the time. Wesley Burt had quite a following on there, for obvious reasons.

wesley burt illustration illustrator drawing sketch san fran concept art

wesley burt illustration illustrator drawing sketch san fran concept art

wesley burt illustration illustrator drawing sketch san fran concept art

wesley burt illustration illustrator drawing sketch san fran concept art

wesley burt illustration illustrator drawing sketch san fran concept art

wesley burt illustration illustrator drawing sketch san fran concept art

wesley burt illustration illustrator drawing sketch san fran concept art

wesley burt illustration illustrator drawing sketch san fran concept art

wesley burt illustration illustrator drawing sketch san fran concept art













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • David S

    The one of the guy with plugs and girl with mask is absolutely amazing.

  • Carley

    Hey guys what does the little heart in the post mean? I see numbers next to it?

    Great art right here.

    • its something we’re testing out – you’re able to say if you really like the post

  • Oh man Jeff you beat me to posting something about him! After I did that interview with N8 Van Dyke, I started to remember my early days as an artist always postin’ my shiz up on ConceptArt.org. He was one of my favorite artists back then, and still is. I just couldn’t remember his name, total space case. Oh well, great post anyways.

  • cheers Corey yea lots of fans of his on there for sure

  • Chris Z

    We both went to the same school, he’s a good guy and a crazy talented artist.

  • amazing talent, great draws & paintings! :D

  • Wordless…

  • whatever happened to that guy? he had so much talent. i haven’t seen anything new from him in ages. it’s disappointing,





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