A self-taught amateur, I love finding inspiration in other artist's work and looking for ways to improve my own.
I specialize in digital art.
An homage to 1970's pulp sci-fi book covers.
I uploaded a version of this that I felt was kind of a throwaway. Just dinking around and trying to get a feel for techniques. In the end, while I was happy with what I learned, I didn't think much of it as far as a completed work goes. But I couldn't leave it alone so I took about another hour and fixed what I felt could be fixed short of starting from scratch. Because it's a process, right?
Kind of a style experiment. Took the elements from my 70's sci-fi book cover homage and remixed them in a more stylized, painterly way.
Wanted to do a quick snowboarding thing, but it really turned into an exercise in rendering a snowy mountain landscape.
Did this for my toddler. Hey Diddle Diddle and all that. :)
Just a quick watercolor (digital) experiment. Still learning the tools.
Been bingeing The Legend of Korra with my 3-year old. He *loves* the intro. In fact, I've caught him "bending" in the kitchen a few times. Cutest. Thing. Ever. Anyway, thought I'd give him his own intro. Meet your new Avatar.
Today's attempt at something that looks more "traditional" using Rebelle 3.
Sketchy News Drawing Challenge