Ahhh, I forgot to upload this. Back at MFF me and exchanged brand spanking new sketch books. Hers was to have an apocalyptic theme.
I was pretty uh... burnt out when I drew this, and I'm still not sure what I think of it. On one hand I like it, and on the other, I feel like I should have done something less lame. So, if I get time, I might make another drawing that is less lame. We'll see.
p.s. those strange round shapes on the left are the holes in the paper for the sketchbook binding. There was this awesome guy at MFF who made his own sketchbooks and we bought them from him. He used a rather loose-bound, hole punch method, so you can pull sheets and put new ones in whenever you want.
So, AC is less than two weeks away, and I still have some space to fill. I've spent the past few days just working on fun animal type art. Here's a wee painting of a papillion dog, rocking out with his enormous headphones.
"Come on, we just need to get up this tree and we'll be able to see where we are in this accursed forest. Grab my tail."
"I dunno, Spike," said Errol glumly. "Something feels wrong."
"You've thought something was wrong since we got off the boat. "This doesn't look like Italy," you said. "I thought Florence would have more buildings," you said." Spike gave an explosive snort.
Errol felt like pointing out that, after three days of hacking their way through the jungle, it most definitely was NOT Italy, and in fact he would swear that those natives Spike had claimed were a rare Moorish sect had actually been lemurs--but there was really no arguing with Spike when he was in one of those moods.
Besides, he was more worried about the sound that seemed to be coming from somewhere....it sounded almost like breathing...
18 x 36, mixed media, and this one nearly killed me. I needed a big showy piece for Anthrocon, and here it is. Original is for sale (although I'd still take it to Anthrocon anyway, with a NFS sign!) but not cheap. Prints, however, are available for $10 and $20 plus shipping (I suggest the jumbo size on this one, because the detail gets very lost in the small.)
Whew. Send a note or visit [link] for details, and I don't wanna see tree bark again for a long, long time.
A very tiny piece, at 3.5 x 5, of a snappily dressed bunny. With a pocketwatch! Because ever since Alice, rabbits are associated with pocketwatches.
Many of them find this an offensive stereotype, pointing out that they prefer a good digital wristwatch when they require a timepiece at all, others arguing that they don't even bother to carry one because they can look at their cel phone, but this particular bunny has chosen to embrace his heritage for all its worth.
Again, going to the FC art show unless somebody wants to make the offer-I-can't-refuse first...
St. Wombus, a little known saint of the late middle ages, achieved fame and beatification for what came to be known as the Miracle of the Zucchini.
Namely, there was only ever the ONE zucchini.
This feat, a sort of vegetable inversion of the loaves and fishes, was so astonishing and obviously counter to nature that Wombus was beatified at once.
His blessing is sought by gardeners who have foolishly overplanted. An icon of St. Wombus, buried upside down in the vegetable patch, is believed to keep most members of the squash family at manageable levels.
You can take the artist out of Catholicism... anyway, another little piece for AC, about 6 x 10 or thereabouts, mixed media, it'll be in the art show unless somebody hits me up for it at the pre-con price. Prints available for $10 plus shipping. Send a note or visit [link] for details!
Click "Download" for 1600 in wide wallpaper size. It's also better compressed.
Introduce It's a sunny day, and Faia is hanging some washed clothes outside to dry them in sun. ___________________________________
Making Sketched on paper with pencil without inking. Scanned and used Adobe Photoshop CS3 to color. Very few layers are used. Mostly covering. As it's my bad habit, Some line work and edges are add up in later period. This is the first time I draw clouds. It's interesting. I tried to use a deeper tone and higher saturation in this picutre.
My monitor changed from CRT to LCD. Please tell me about strange color.
SYNC Project extvia.deviantart.com/gallery/… CHARACTER DESIGN ARTWORK SYNC characters are mostly robotic androids based on anthropomorphic animals. All contents showed in this picture and its description may be changed in future development.
NAME: Verdaz Hazel SPECIES: Rabbit COLOR: Black / Green / White JOB: Summer Palace Army (Special troops colonel)
Verdaz comes from Hazel family and left the factory in the same cargo as Azure fav.me/dvyndp . While Azure became a police officer, he joined the new established army of Summer Palace. He values Azure as his lifetime rival and a good friend, even though they had opposite view towards military force. He offered help to Azure from time to time and never give up to persuade him to join his team.
His code name is RX1.
Trivia Verdaz was originally developed to improve Azure's design.
Acrylic Paint and I livestreamed some of the painting this past Monday. And Unfortunately I couldn't get the time to launch another stream while I finished him last night it was a busy day yesterday.
No Cabbage? - Well the answer to that question comes with the title "Part 1" There is a Part 2....and I'm working on it
What about the Patch Together Resin Figurine? - I still haven't gotten enough votes and feedback on the figurine concept for the site to consider production of my design. (Meaning, they sculpt it, cast it, and make toys that you can buy and have your own little Jack sitting on your shelf). But since I wanted to contribute this to an Illustration Project, I decided to make a slightly modified version by hand by myself
PLEASE STILL VOTE & VIEW --> [link] Even if you don't want to make an account to vote or comment, if you at least view the page, it will still count towards something Thank you everyone for your continued support!
I had fun photographing the sculpture in my backyard