A peek into the incredible world of Digital Art on Doodle Addicts.
Personsal work- studying digital art in Procreate
The austral pygmy owl (Glaucidium nana) or Chuncho is a species of owl in the family Strigidae. It is found in Argentina and Chile.
This has been going around the Internet recently, so I gave it a try myself. I experimented a little with my no-line pastel style to create my own version of a frame from the Sailor Moon anime.
I really wanted to capture the expression and general feeling of the original while still making it look like my own original art. I hope you dig it.
I worked on this while streaming. You can watch and hang out while I draw here: www.twitch.tv/ninjatron
Yep, it's doodle time!
A tall ship entering the horse latitudes. Fingerpainted from my imagination with procreate app on an iPad Pro.
Drawn in honour of the healthcare workers that we have lost in the fight against the COVID19 pandemic. Also, happy nurses week!
Photos d’identité digital
"Feel It All" - Digital Collage created in Adobe Photoshop
Study of plants, flowers and hands
I've been doing a lot of virtual table-top roleplaying games with social distancing. This is my 2nd level fighter from a 2nd edition AD&D game I'm playing in currently.
Looking forward to maybe someday hanging out with pals again...
I wanted to try a slightly different style, and I think it turned out nicely. Character is from Revolutionary Girl Utena
Digital painting completed in Procreate on an iPad Pro
This is the first image of a zine I created about Deforestation, showing a perfect little mountain with lots of trees
I look at way too many carefully decorated spaces on Pinterest, so I painted one of them and then opened up the room to nature. Also a way to experiment with "gouache painting" in Adobe Fresco.
This started as something I was doing for fun, but turned into a very strenuous exercise on how to work with this many light sources.
Digital painting study.
Drawing of a friend, or maybe a ghost, or maybe I AM the ghost, or maybe
Trying out some limited palette.
"Contemplation of the Jump" - drawn & colored in Escape Motions Rebelle.
My drawings are pretty random, but after I make them I think about them a bit... like... what is that girl in that cave room thinking and why is he going to jump?
I should probably know the answers... but I don't.
I wanted to do something with some deep shading because I hadn't done it before and she turned out a tad bit creepier than I had intended but the outcome was good in the end. I really like how her hair came out because painting hair is the bane of my existence. I think she came out great.
Practicing from pinterest images