Full title: "White Rabbit Dressed with a Ruff" Work from a sketch book, typically drawn while waiting, at the Dr.'s office etc., and finished at the studio. This one was an older drawing which was reworked into what you see. Acrylics, pastels and graphite pencil on paper approximately 8x10 inches not available
S. Fitts, 2010 My work is NOT to be copied, borrowed, distributed, manipulated or used in any way without my expressed written consent. If you have questions please note me.
This was recently finished for my sculpture class. She's life sized, carved from polystyrene with glass eyes and epoxy details (I haven't added nipples yet). The chair isn't part of the piece, all they had were wooden chairs in the photography studio. I would have preferred to have her on some sort of grey pedestal that faded in with the background.
This was intended to be a weird fantasy piece as well as hinting at animal rights issues. Note that she has albino rabbit eyes. This is also uncovered foam to reveal the materials and construction of the piece. I don't necessarily expect people on DA to understand or like this piece because it's not "pretty" in the same way my other animals are and not something that appeals to a wide audience, but that's ok. If you guys do happen to like it, I'll just be pleasantly surprised. I think it's kinda cool anyway and like it just as much if not more than my fur covered pieces.
Since there are no nipples showing and it's just the basic female form, I'm not going to put a mature warning on this. It should be ok, but if not I'll put it back up with the warning.
This is an image made for ImagineFX issue 54, Painter vs Photoshop review article.
Being a bit bored with painting women in dresses, I wanted to make something slightly self-ironic for a change. I don't think I've ever had as much fun painting anything. The trash and chicken took quite a bit of googled reference. Especially the newspapers were hell to get right. [link]
Completed in Painter X, Painter 7, and Photoshop CS. If you're interested in the closeups, they're available here: [link]
Also, here's some WIPs for anyone who's interested (don't mind the super messy color layout): [link]
Submitted late, since I couldn't think of a right title for this piece It was done for ImagineFX Issue 78: [link]
The point was to create an Art Nouveau/Alphonse Mucha stylization but with a modern twist. The task proved much harder than I initially thought... Also, as I don't usually work with line art, inking was a killer.
I thought about a postcard-set for a convention and well... it´s going to be a moon series with different characters. The first one is Stuck, this one Kiki (who somehow transformed into a maneki neko ... and I love it so much :3) and so on... two more to do but i won´t rush this time.
I *really* am into darker colors and more contrast but I wanted to do something lighter this time. I think it fits... somehow.
22"x30" watercolor and pen on buff paper. I really loved painting this and so I think I'm going to go in this direction for a little while. I've been feeling a little out of control, like my guts are all over the place. This is making me feel a little more together, and it's very satisfying. I've been holding a six year old like this a lot recently.
[Disclaimer] I in no way, shape, form, or fashion claim this great work of art to be my own. Just some random image in a pile that caught my eye; I thought would be nice to share with the world. Compliments of wallbase.net
Just a few examples of some Sky Dragon Charmers from my Stephan's Adoptables project to display the template. I hope people like them. Wanted to get these up for refference and portfolio related reasons.
Which one would you pick to take home?
Art and Stephan's Adoptables (c) me (Stephan) OpenCanvas 1 and Photoshop 6.0
I had alot of fun making this template, it operates much like a doll maker :3 I'll upload the other templates later