Follow along with me as I build up this painting from sketch to finished piece! The first step was to photograph the sketch, bring it into Photoshop, and blow it up to 300 dpi. I duplicated the sketch onto a new layer (to preserve the original, in case I need to reference it) and, with […]
Monthly Archives: November 2013
November sketch dump 2
Here’s a couple of fairy tale inspired sketches from my sketchbook. First: Maid Maleen and her handmaid emerge from their tower to find the kingdom destroyed. Also: Red Riding Hood and her pack of wolves.
November sketch dump 1
I remember when it felt weird to sketch on a Wacom tablet; now it feels weird to sketch on paper! Indiana Jones, perhaps? A salmon run! Florida’s Tower of Terror!
Tower of Terror in Soft Pastels
This week I bought myself a $5 box of soft pastels to play with to play with. They’re cheap (as is the paper I’m using), but the feeling of working in real media remains irreplaceable. My hand is fully healed (at last!), so I anticipate a flurry of art to arrive any minute now. I’m […]