A little while back I did a watercolor painting of a Native American Woman in a headdress (I’ll get into why I made this painting in a minute). I started with the sketching process, which is documented in this time-lapse video. Then I moved on to the washes…
I started with the background (always start with the background first). Then I waited for it to dry before moving on to the next color, the hair. Then I waited for THAT to dry before moving on to the next color… Continue reading “Native American Woman Painting from Start to (Almost) Finish”
Not gonna’ lie, most of the art I’ve made this week has been… fanart. Of Dragonball Z.
You have no idea of how much love I have for this series. (I wrote a little about it in this post.)
I also wanted to try some things in Manga Studio because I haven’t fully experimented with it until recently.
Anyway, the characters I’ve been drawing actually come from the movies in the Dragonball Z series, especially Return of Cooler and Bojack Unbound. Continue reading “Fan Art (Among Other News)”
I hope you enjoy this time-lapse video while I paint and have Dragonball Z: Bojack Unbound playing in the background.
P.S. I’ll be available for commissions for newsletter subscribers and patrons on Patreon soon.
I first bought Clip Studio Paint (also known as Manga Studio) when it was on sale. Apparently there are periods of time when the software goes from around $50 to $15 (which is banana pants). I had heard of the software before, but when it went on sale I went, “Why not?” And got it.
Then I didn’t use it… until this last weekend. Continue reading “Day 1 of Using Clip Studio Paint”
I had heard recently that more peeps wanted me to talk more about works-in-progress here on the site, so I wanted to share this post.
The Legend of Jamie Roberts is just one comic I’m working on, but I’m at the point in development that I can come up with more solid ideas about character designs, monster designs, environments, and the like.
However, I needed to also distinguish something important in the narrative – the spiritual elements. Continue reading “Comic Page Design for The Legend of Jamie Roberts”