Scroll through a collection of fiery, fun artworks that seem to jump off the page -- careful not to get burned!
Marker, and colored pencil on paper. My partner bought me some fancy markers that have been really fun to play with. I'm thinking about making this image into a greeting card.
This is a digital drawing. One day, I wanted to try something new... Thus came this Fire Lion I named Kai. I have a sticker maker, so this drawing was designed to be turned into stickers.
a live painting I made at the fire, durring summer when I was looking after some scout teenagers.
Sure, I went to a lot of witch burnings as a teen, but I learned what gettin roasted REALLY means in my 30s
I am incandescent with rage. Rage and grief and fear for the future.
Really exploring the different possibilities of digital art, and having a lot of fun with it! Very pleased with the outcome here!
Construction of the Day
Digital concept doodle
Drawn with FireAlpaca.
I have long been fascinated by the vision of a campfire in a dark forest and I have drawn a few versions of it with different results. This is the latest attempt
Flamestar from elijah_the_cartoonist on instagram
Finally done. Omg I forgot how difficult flames are! Well making them look like flames is difficult. It's not the comic style that I desire but it's a start because I compared it to professionals
Flame mage! He's just learned to conjure some elementals and they're still babies, but he's going to grow stronger for sure!! Just give him some time
Will you let me light your fire?
It's National Toasted Marshmallow Day so this painting seems fitting. What do you think will happen to this guy? About 14 x 14 inches, acrylic on wood board. Sorry not the best photograph.
This 'mallow stares back at the fire, its enemy that burns but also brings light and warmth. About 8x8 inches acrylic on wood.
my entry for jh stillworks spirit of Wyoming contest. one of 8 finalists.
Ink and coffee on hand-cut watercolor paper, ACEO size. (In collection)
a cute little devil
Forest is on fire.
Flame Study: watercolor, pencil and airbrush