Look at these paintings of some humans! They are from my figure painting class this semester. Cool, huh.
Meanwhile comic, 2014.
I did this thing last semester, for our illustration department’s Meanwhile mini-comic anthology… thing. The book was recently printed and it looks sooooo good! It will be given out for free at Megacon in a couple of weeks.
Figure paintings from life. Top one was three days (about 7 hours) and bottom is a half-hour study. Digital.
While I am at it here is a WIP of my first ever digital figure painting. Done from life this morning. We have two more days of this pose, and I might delete this if/when I post the final.
I’m just trying to convince myself I’m doing something with my life.
DON’T LOOK AT ME okay
I have a serious problem.
First illustration assignment of the semester. Ink and digital.
This is supposed to be a poster for a genderbent remake of this movie, starring Amandla Stenberg, Willow Shields, and Michelle Hurst. Yes, that’s very specific.
Don’t have much to show right now, art-wise (busy with classes) but here is this thing I did for my Arts in Performance class. It is based on/inspired by Frederick Ashton’s ballet, The Four Temperaments. I had fun just slapping acrylic paints all over the place. Also I like the earth/tree ballerina a lot. Meep.
Locke is about five minutes from shedding but he was doing… whatever this is… and it was too funny not to take a photo. He did not react at all to me sticking a camera two inches from his face. Obviously he is preoccupied with composing his next sonnet
(or planning his next heist if he’s anything like his namesake).
I love snakes because they look like they’re having a massive existential crisis all the time. But I may be projecting.
We both look exactly like this in real life.
A (slightly late) Tuesday goblin.