I want to try this sometime, and so that I don’t forget it, I’m throwing it on here.
gonna share it here too cause i think this is a really interesting way to paint. (ps. this is not 3d)
Not finished, but I’m getting sleepy. I just wanted to post this as another painting study. Similar to the Ce’Nedra one, this is Silk (aka Prince Kheldar and a myriad of other names) from the Belgariad.
Man, I do have original characters. I just suppose these guys have more concrete appearances in my head (and cleaner pencils).
Anyhoo, Silk is usually described as having a rat-like appearance, so I possibly made him too attractive. I think that’s my own biases pushing through since he’s my favorite.
Pretty sure this is just finals week burn out/freak out…
I haven’t been on in like a week and a half. I missed you tumblr. ;u;
I got an internship at Cyber Hero League! :D I’ll just be doing illustration stuff but I’m excited. Annnnd I’m doing better in Digicel than I thought. Yay!
Handsome princes indeed.
Playing with character design stuff to beef up my portfolio. Still not 100% happy with Ned & Emerson. Just gotta ink these and slap some colors down.
Character I’m rigging for my Digicel class. She’s kind of loosely inspired by Elphaba. :)
Mind-blowing oil paintings by Austrian/Jewish painter, LUDWIG DEUTSCH, LEON GEROME & RUDOLF ERNST in the late 1800s:The subject, “The Palace Guard” were depictions of North African medieval Muslims, THE MOORS, who settled in & ruled Northern Africa and invaded and conquered many parts of what we would now consider “Southern Europe (Spain, Portugal, France & Southern Italy-ala Sicily)” for nearly 800 years, from as early as the 7th to the 15th century. Their profound, cultural legacy, influence & what they left behind( Such as the great monuments, the Alhambra and the Mezquita) is evident on modern day spanish architecture, art, music and traditions. All but ignored now largely by both Arab and European world history, The Moors played a significant role during the shaping of prehistory in their early settlement.
Super messy 3 am sketch of Jit and Adri. :)
Written in the Bones. New comic, written by Christopher M. Jones & illustrated by Carey Pietsch.
I’m hoping to have printed copies of this at MOCCA, ABPCC, and TCAF this spring, and SPX in the fall! More info to come.
Me and Carey worked really hard on this comic; if you got something from it I’d love for you to reblog it, and maybe even buy a copy from Carey when she’s in town or even if she’s not. Thanks so much for reading.
Another fun morning of painting on Long Boat Key. I brought out my camera to take some process photos for everyone to see. Wildlife everywhere and a million bugs >:O
18x24 OIL —— 3 Hours
<3 Theo + FL