I just published a new short, short comic over at Gumroad and going to post it in a bit over at my new Instagram account: Insta10shorts. You can check it out for FREE here: Loading…
Sometimes a do over is necessary. Glad I went back on this one. Daz3d Kala 8 with slight morphing and editing in Photoshop using adjustment layers, filters, and slight paint overs. Bumping up the render quality and time really helped get rid of some of the noise as did a change in the light setup.
I wanted to create something a little simpler and spring-like. Glad I was successful with one of those goals at least. :)I also wanted to play around with different styles and ideas. Done almost entirely in Clip Studio Paint.
Done in Clip Studio Paint. Feeling a bit spring-y. Living that #finishednotperfect life 🙂
I’ve been trying to do more in Procreate. This was an idea that I came up with randomly while doing another piece and wanted to give it a go. Might upload the video process here later if there’s interest.
Birdhouse study from a Pinterest pin I of a photo I believe by Lori Jolly. #FinishedNotPerfect. Done in Procreate using brushes from Mike McCain and Frankentoon over a couple hours.
I came across a great photo of a cabin in the woods by Daniel Cristian over at Unsplash and decided to use it for a nature study. Done in Procreate over an hour and a half using brushes from Frankentoon (my favorite!) and Mike McCain. #FinishedNotPerfect
One of my major art goals for 2019 is becoming more profient in using Photoshop. I feel like I only ever tap into 5% of what it has to offer. So to correct that I’ve been taking a lot of Skillshare classes, watching Youtube videos, and pouring through artists’ tutorials. One thing I’ve been playing with is the Content Aware fill. Can’t say I’m an expert (or anywhere near it) but having fun incorporating stock photos and my art. The photo of the lovely yellow wild flowers is from Unsplash user Jeremy Bishop.