Starting a new commission, and so here’s a set of thumbnails to decide what route we’ll be taking. Feel free to give your own opinions – but of course – the client has final say.
It’s always very exciting for me when I finish a commission. It’s also kinda exhausting, but in an exciting way! Anyway, this is the finished artwork for David Erlandson’s “The Dragon and the Phoenix”. It was a lot of fun to make and both the Phoenix and the Dragon were challenging in their own right […]
Hey Abnormals! Sorry for the late update, but my internet connection has been rather wonky this past week and I wasn’t getting it to behave for long enough to upload the comic last night. In any case, in today’s pages we engage in a bit of world building, which is one of my favorite things […]
Well, these lines most certainly took longer than I expected them to, but I’m finally ready to color this image. Had myself a whole lot of fun with this perspective grid.
Anybody that knows my work knows I love details, and so I’m really enjoying working on all the little details in this Elder Scrolls-based commission. The image size probably doesn’t show it, but all that shrubbery at the bottom includes herbs from Skyrim, they’ll probably be more noticeable with color later on. I played and […]
So I finally managed to sit down and continue working on my commissions – which is great (for me). Today I advanced on the line work for the Samurai Death tattoo, and advancing from the initial sketch I’ve been adding little details here and there. It seems flowers were very important to Samurai, so I […]
So last week was… well… let’s just say that I’m glad a new week is starting today. And not just a new week – it’s also a new year for me, since last Saturday was my birthday. So, what happened? On Monday I left my apartment to go to a meeting. It’s been difficult making […]
Thought I was gone, didn’t ya? Nah, I just had a rough week (I’ll you all about it on Monday). In the meantime, I did have to give a class this morning about adding water to scenery, so I sketched out this quick image and proceeded to add water to it. And… here you go.