Going to do a bit of an art dump here, as I haven’t been too great on keeping up with posting here…
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This first illustration is one I finally finished for my other half for our anniversary last year. A little ode to our year that was 2016.
Our first overseas trip to Japan and also the big interstate move to Melbourne.
This next one is taking what I learnt with the last post in zbrush and attempting to try pushing those techniques further. Also had a go at concepting on the fly with this one, however I think I will stick to a 2d sketch first before hand to save time.
Here is some interior concept art for a personal VR project I am creating. The space man is also apart of this. Expect to see more of this in the future ;)
This is my current work in progress, using zspeheres and then skinning to model the trees pictured above. I need to find a better way to do the runes on the trunk of the tree. Will also be doing each tree individually to keep variation between each tree :)
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Done in photoshop CS6 on an intuos 4 pro.
Also I got overwhelmed trying to upload inktober pictures to my social media sites so that’s why they slowed down completely on here.
I will also start uploading just my art to another wordpress of mine shortly, just want to tweak a few things before posting on there :) Bits and pieces will also still be posted here ;)
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Inktober day 4: using today’s prompt of “hungry” and being inspired by moon’s Inktober posts, along came this little lady.
Deciding to take more time on this one and going back to practicing drawing humans in a non lifelike way.
Due to being away in Sydney over the long weekend, day 2 and 3 of inktober got a bit rushed. I am quite enjoying the process of tria markers and fine liner pens, takes me back to my design course days when I started using them.
Since today is the first day of October, this marks the beginning of Inktober.
As I haven’t participated before I thought I would give it a go to help develop some healthier drawing habits.
This then meant I had to give myself some loose ground rules which are; 1. 30 -60 min drawings 2. Keep drawings loose 3. More conceptual than illustrative.
So today I stuck to something simple and quite enjoyed the process.