So, I did a commission for a friend in exchange for his making me a bullwhip. I’m thinking a trapeze act combined with whip-cracking…somehow? Here it is: Continue reading
After several people told me I needed to work more on the face (among other things), I made some revisions. It may…possibly…be done now.
So, a friend of mine convinced me to get a Moleskine sketchbook…bearing this new acquistion in hand, I’ll try to post more studies and sketches!
A new iteration of Little Red Riding Hood: Continue reading
Just kidding: NOW it’s done. That is, until the next person comes along and points out what I should fix! Next up…a kitsune-tsuki, I think. Continue reading
New piece! I think it’s done…I think. I would love to do a big oil of painting of this! Just digital for now, though. Continue reading
I’m still not satisfied with it, but I think I’m going to have to let it rest for bit. I’m not sure what’s bugging me about it right now…maybe the composition. The great thing with digital is you can take a long break if need be and make significant changes later if need be. Despite the fact I’m not quite happy with it, I learned a lot–this was my first time painting something to look like glass! A huge thanks to this amazing artist for his all of his help and feedback: http://marconelor.tumblr.com/.
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