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My submission for the Dominance War 4.
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I did this a few weeks ago. I redraw this portrait to see how much I improved this almost two years.
I did the first portrait in 2010 but I submited a few weeks ago.

2010...
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2012...
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It would be really nice to be in the 50 Semi-Finalists.
I'll be thank full even if you take two seconds yo watch my work. :)
Thank you.
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Hice esto hace unas semanas. Volvi a dibujar este retrato para ver cuanto he mejorado en estos casi dos años.
Aunque el primer retrato lo hice hace casi dos años, no habia podido subirlo hasta hace unas semanas.
2010...
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2012...
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No soy un gran artista pero seria increible estar entre los 50 Semi-finalistas.
Estare muy agradecido si incluso solamente se toman un par de segundos para ver mi trabajo.
Gracias.
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Dark!
It's a bit surrealistic, but I couldn't help myself. :)

Painted in Photoshop
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The Sibyl is a project I am currently starting development on where the end product with actually be a written novel. I do not want to give very much away, but I can tell you these are the four main characters (Aron, Tahlia, Tzalmon, and Darrach). This is a book about prophecy, corrupt politics, and of course, destined love. This Project is going to really tax my patience. Writing a book, let alone a book series, is not easy. However, since I teach character development at the Art Institute and I am a graduate student currently (I am only 24 people), this is something I am passionate about. I want to show people that creating with purpose gives so much more meaning to a work more than just designing to design.

This is character art for the book. Beyond writing it I am doing a series of character art and the book cover.

The Sibyl and all content (c) Kathryn Thacker (Regochan)
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This has been on the backburner for far too long - I just kept getting distracted with other things I had to do. It's quite frustrating!
Anyway, finally I can call it done and move on to something new :)

Might as well give the contest a shot :3

Painted in Photoshop.



Please check out my blog for studies, sketches etc!
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My final piece for 2D Design for my first semester at Ringling. Based off of an abstracted image, can be viewed here.
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I'm quite proud of it, actually. About 20 hrs. Faster than a lot of my previous finished Illustrations and frankly, it looks better. I definitely feel this semester's improvement through this image. There are some compositional choices I would have changed had I had the freedom too, but the requirements of the project restricted that.

The narrative of the image is a powerful rogue witch breaking in to the castle of an enemy cult with an army of corrupted souls under her command. Her main minion, Zechry, is a composite of the souls of all of the cult leaders she has defeated in the past.
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Female Orc Shaman, character design.

(Train Your Brain submission)
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Hi everyone! I haven’t read the books myself, but I’m highly interested in the film. I imagined in my depiction of Lena, that she would turn dark, but there would be inner turmoil—a fight to keep her individuality and control her own nature. That even though Lena is clothed in darkness, the light that lingers inside her somehow manages to burn though. Inner Light, Outer Darkness.
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"The Lady in the Basement" was digitally painted using Adobe Photoshop CS3 for the Scared Stiff contest.
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"I know I have the body of a weak and feeble woman, but I have the heart and stomach of a king."

Elizabeth I

My entry to the Stylenoir Monarchy contest. Inspired by Isabella I of Castile, Elizabeth I and the black queen in chess. All of them powerful female figures in their own right.

Watercolour, white gouache, gold acrylic / 12x29 cm.
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