I finally did a thing!
It’s been so long since I could do things for myself, and I’m really liking the painting style I’ve grown into. I also made it an iphone case, just to play around with how it looks in different contexts.
Cause why not, right?
Just a character practice. I’m going to be doing more character pieces soon so I wanted to play around with how to paint them. Still figuring it out XD
A remake of an old sketch of mine. Since I’ve playing with style a lot lately, I felt like it would be nice to redraw it and see how much different it has become!
Just a quick piece done with watercolours and pencil crayons! i haven’t worked traditionally in a while so i though it’d be a nice change of pace!
Finally getting some work done! Finished these guys yesterday! These are ChuChu keychains from the Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker! I love them so much :3
I made a quick video on how to make them here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkxL_sTL9ok&feature=c4-overview-vl&list=PLOQ5OySepu8i5WtX-04e6XHwhLFBtbM3U
Please check it out!
Now, onto my 5,000 other projects…
It’s so nice to be back home with my baby <3 I missed his silly face so much!
Finally figured out how to animate on Photoshop (and finally figured out how to put it on here *sigh*) Here’s some quick and sketchy Navi for your personal enjoyment ;D
Potion Shop Sisters
Pencil Crayon and Ink
I’ve always loved the character designs in the Zelda series and though I’d try my hand at creating my own. Some of my favourite minimal characters have always been shopkeeper, especially at the potion shop! :D
Canadian Myth- Sasquatch
Guess who finally got their computer back and can upload things again? :D I felt the need to do more ink works, and decided to do a series based off legends in different countries. Starting in my own country, here’s the legendary Sasquatch. There aren’t many Canadian myths that aren’t purely attached to First Nation legends. The ones that exist are either sea serpents living in the lakes, or giant forest apes XD So here’s the most popular one, Sasquatch, located in the forests of Northern Canada!
All follows are appreciated, it helps a lot <3
I JUST SPIT OUT MY DRINK
makes me angry
Finally getting understanding how to paint digitally. I’ve got a long ways to go, but at least I’m getting somewhere! I plan to do a lot more digital works, since I’ve taken quite the liking to the medium! <3
It’s been so long since I’ve actually made something, mostly because of school. But I finally made this little guy! And he’s for sale! If you’re interested, don’t be afraid to send me a message. If you’d like to request/commission a figurine, just let me know, I’d love to give it a shot!
Another small animation! This one was done to represent weight in relation to the character. I decided to use Ramona Flowers for the scene, and put her in subspace because I thought it worked well in the situation. (Although, her walking is still very awkward and I hope to get a bit better with joint movement).
Ramona Flowers belongs to Brian Lee O’Malley
The background song is the score from the Scott Pilgrim Soundtrack. It is Hilcrest Park by Nigel Godrich.
Just fooling around with my camera. I’ve always been fascinated by the lights of the city, it’s weird to be one of those lights now.
Tips on how to keep your artwork clean while working with messy mediums!