Hey guys! Sorry about last week, but as some of you know I work in the wonderful wacky land of Washington DC. So…last week was hectic and interesting. ’nuff said.
THIS week has been a bit challenging to me. I’ve started the banking process to having a new home! Because hearing my neighbors constantly during a quarantine is a terrible fate for me.
I know that some of you miss the different steps being shown; I want to include those too, but that would entail me scripting my workflow and honestly?…
I don’t know if I can.
Once I’m going and into the flow, I kind of forget that there’s a world outside of my focus. That’s why the videos have been easier; no need to remind myself to take a snapshot.
Still… I managed to make a collage for an event for this year. Will it happen? So far it’s hard to say. But at least you can see what I look like 🤣
Anyway, it’s nice to work from home again. I definitely don’t miss my 1.5 hour commute!
Here’s a timelapse of my latest portrait. I always feel weird about showing my initial sketch. I’ll probably start omitting that and leaving in the linework. We’ll see.
Have a great week 😊
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art, life, Uncategorized, video and tagged accomplishments, Adobe Photoshop, All Star Comic Con, art, art life, art style, balance, collage, portrait, techniques, time lapse on . January 26, 2021
I know, I know… I haven’t been around much. The death of a loved one affects us all in predictable ways. Moving on…
I’ve caught up (almost) to all my commission based work! I’ve done well this year and look forward to next year being even better! But for now a few people have decided to let me put their images on my page. How nice!
Of course, some of my favorite projects are going to be in a slightly larger size this year. Now that I have a fancy tilting drafting table, it’s game on! Purchased with the proceeds of my work of course 😊.
I’m still doing black and white studies for people. It amazes me how much a simple drawing can reach others. And good news! Now that I know what my supplies and time are worth, I have a price index…
so looking forward to drawing a LOT.
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Uncategorized and tagged art, blonde, commission based work, lady, life, portrait, prices, prismacolor markers, sketchpad paper, woman on . December 28, 2016
The weather is breaking and its finally merely cold instead of frigid. I haven’t done much; work carried me out of town for awhile. Still, I managed to work on one image.
Using thumbnails is something I’ve never attempted before. Sure, I’ve made my share, but never with the intent of it being a primer. It was good to have a reference for the image I was creating.
Working while working
Prismacolor markers are getting to be really fun for me. Of course at some point I’m going to need to get back to digital art, if only to keep those skills intact.
For now though, I’m going to just roll with it. Life doesn’t always give me such a smooth road, so I’ll enjoy this period of creativity, thank you.