All Things Bright and Beautiful Page 6
One more page after this. Then some revamping of a few older pieces. Nothing too big, just cleaning up some line art and paint edges. I better get this done soon because I have a short webtoon comic to thumbnail and draw. I feel a lot more prepared for it now that I've had this warm up.
All Things Bright and Beautiful Page 5
I see the light at the end of the tunnel. Just a few more paintings to go. This turns out to be way faster to draw and color than my old way of digital painting funnily enough. Which is way helpful when the only time I have is in small 30 minute toddler enthralled Veggie Tales blocks.
All Things Bright and Beautiful Page 4
More art changes as I get more comfortable painting. I even figured out how to color mix in this program. I like how natural it's all beginning to feel. Not sure if I'll go back to the previous paintings and change them a bit. I'm still happy with them, but I love where it's all going.
All Things Bright and Beautiful Page 3
I changed the arrangement of my desk to facilitate more art and it got me into a flow state faster. I like. That's probably why the style changed a bit for this page. I also made a new ink pen in Rebelle and that contributed to the style change as well. I feel good about it. I know I'm getting better.
All Things Bright and Beautiful Page 1
6 more pages to go. I'm figuring out this watercolor stuff. The empty space is for the text. Here's hoping the next page looks even better than this one as I figure out my own technique.
Cover for All Things Bright and Beautiful
Making a small pocketmod book for my son so he can have a baby sized poem book to carry around with him. He loves this particular poem, especially when we sing it to him. There's 7 more illustrations to go. Some more complicated, some less. I'm pretty pleased with how this one turned out.
Steve the Rat ignoring you
Good day. I'm currently waiting my toddler out on his nap. He's been talking to himself in his baby cage for like an hour now and won't go to frickin sleep. Anyway, here's some concept art for you. This was my nanowrimo turned potential webcomic. I've never made a webcomic. I'm working on a short one right now, and it's past the writing phase and then I spent 3 hours in SculptVR while my child watched Shaun the Sheep (not all at once mind you) building the cave system that it takes place in. I'm telling myself that it'll make it easier to plan my backgrounds, but this obj file is ginormous. It'll be worth it in the end.