Highly productive use of our print making course
Welp, my computer gave the official “fuck you” and froze, taking the file of this pic to the oblivion of unexpected end of files. The irony here is that this photo of my screen looks better than some of the stuff I scan and save deliberately...
Beautiful style you have! Keep up the great work!! :)
What is real work I don't know anymore all I know I'm going to watch this movie a second time and I'm happy
I'm still just going nuts about the effects in this movie, especially stuff like how the bad guy's sclera and pupil seem to change both colour and value from gold to light gray when his eyes are in the shadow, it's so subtle and yet so great. I really hope that the art book also goes through all these effects because fff I just want to know about those.
This update is seriously unreal. I want to be like you when I grown up~~ Def like the inking technique on the rabbit. Did you paint underneath the digital inks?
You have a load of amusing, constructive and wicked ideas. Fancy.
If you don't mind me asking, what are you doing with your current skill set right now? Working as an inhouse illustrator or designer for a company? Or freelance? Or something else entirely?
hey, i love your nickname you have been doing a really good work, and is a good thing that you are not just focusing on cute stuff, i encorage you to do more of the realistic stuff too, and maybe some more grotesque stuff.
The Thing studies for Fanart Friday
Conversation with Smaug. I never really cared for the original illustration (Tolkien's illustration which was in the cover of the Finnish Hobbit) because it just didn't have any feel of "oh shit I'm in a hall with a huge dragon oh god". Understandable, but something I wanted to try myself for Fanart Friday.
A weird and pissed off Xmas tree.
Your illustrative style is really beautiful as well as your storyboards/panels. Do you make your own digital inks? or download them?? Either way, keep it up! :D