this is something i was working on last night when i had some time. i needed to have a little creative release. i was watching on and off The Lord of the Rings so i got inspired. on this one i wanted it to look just like a painting. hope it worked.
created in DAZ 4.5 pro post work Photoshop CS5 post work Painter 9
yup, tenemos... o mejor dicho, tengo un AU celta del siglo XIII-XVI masomenos (?) no, no es una excusa para dibujar a Garr vistiendo un great kilt LO JURO (????) y habia hecho este dibujin hace unas semanas :'D se me ocurrio retomar el boceto y pintarlo con un tutorial que vi en tumblr y este fue el resultado...
no esta terminado en realidad D: falta mucho mas trabajo de sombra y pulir el fondo para que quede en algo creible (?) pero queria subirlo asi por aqui, hasta que lo retome para arreglarlo c:
es el ultimo dibujo que puse en mi sumario de arte y queria ver si lo mejoraba un poquito antes de subirlo pero meh.... ya no lo puedo ni ver, casi se me caen las manos por trabajar en esta cosa 8'D
Due to the love you guys seem to have for recent my fan art [Tribute to the serpents ], I decided to stay up for the swansong episode and draw this. It's currently 5:16 in the morning. Now the reason im able to stay up for so long, is I just recently lost my job. so @ Im open for commision, for details check [markwester.deviantart.com/jour… ]
This is Kyle Merow, he is a character of mine from a completed tabletop role playing game. He's a mage with a dark past. Really glad and relieved that I could finally draw a complete picture of him, and it wouldn't have been nearly as awesome without the help of my dear friend . Thank you so much!
Hope you like!
[update7/8] Just needed to change some things that were bothering me
Dungeon Magazine issue 210 is out, which features a new version of the Siege at Gardmore Abbey. Like many of my pieces for Dungeons & Dragons this was a tall vertical composition, but this time I got to play around with some fun vignette ideas. Havarr here is the captain of the Knights of Bahamut, hence the dragon theme.
This is my take on the Snow prince from Morrowind (minus the spear actually). I had the pencils and colours of this done from almost 5 years ago, until recently I decided to put the few extra hours needed, to finally finish it. I hope you enjoy it
There's a sniper at the procession... or are there two? Mad, busy, panoramic surrealism done at home over my weekend while enjoying the antics of Mike Nelson, Tom Servo, Joel Robinson, and Crow T. Robot. This is inspired in part by the works of Josh Kirby.