Once again, I found some time to paint after a long day spent level building. There's something so relaxing about painting organic shapes.
I sometimes work with a documentary on in my other monitor, picking up colour themes and textures. If anything, this was inspired by a BBC series on rivers and the relationship, both good and ugly, between people and the natural world.
Prints are available, please see my journal for details.
Hi everyone, I have an announcement to go along with this image. You may have noticed I've been posting a little less frequently in the last year... well that's mostly because I've been hard at work on what started as my own game project!
Things have been full speed ahead in the last month, so I'm excited to show you all some of the art I've worked on for this game in the coming weeks!
Inspired by a Shadow of the Colossus dream I had a few nights ago, which was tremendously strange*, but the lighting and atmosphere of it stayed with me.
Shadow of the Colossus has to be the game I've had recommended to me the most times of any game, but I have to admit, I only recently played it when the PS3 HD version came out. I'm sure it'd be no surprise to anyone to say I enjoyed it.
*If you really want to know, it involved a rather stupid company attempting to train colossi into being a tourist attraction. This went all kinds of wrong.
I have habit of drawing a piece of fanart for any game I play that gets an emotional response from me. I also have a habit of being months of years behind the zeitgeist, so I have to admit, I only finished Journey this week. I think you could say I liked it.