digital color study of a sketch.
tipsy collaboration with this cool artist and this other cool artist of our characters in the Are You Afraid of the Dark board game. This was mine, the brain child of sarah and myself, she had the highest stats at the beginning aw yea.
Post trivia night at New Heights Grill where Team Sea Slug came in fourth!!! Also we were in second for a round of scoring! Best week yet! All thanks to our honorary (maybe regular????) new member that night, this cool artist
Awww man! Kelsey works fast! :) But Kiara the ranger halfling came out so cute (don’t let that fool you! she’s the most competent of the lot). I’m working on my own version of these characters (along with the other members of team sea slug!) so keep your eye out for all of them.
playing lots of zelda + finding my koi watercolors = a rainbow of characters. yay.
I actually liked how a few of them turned out, and may try to find the time to finalize the designs better.
I’ve almost finished the first Temeraire book His Majesty’s Dragons. @csagady has got me hooked. How I picture the captains in my head:
Laurence A literal block head with a buttchin.
Berkley A bristly bearded Shin-chan.
Harcourt An oval faced redhead with a bowl cut and a chin dimple. Even if she has long hair in canon I prefer to picture her with Milla Jovovich’s hair in The Messenger.
Roland The love child of Spock and Jamie Lee Curtis.
Been watching Merlin non-stop the past few days (which I blame entirely on CSagady) and wanted to take a break to paint something completely unscripted. Tested myself with a fairy/magical creature girl, anything to get me using new colors for skin tones besides just naples yellow.
Had some left over acryla gouache, so brushed some shapes into my moleskine. A few days (and some watercolor pencils) later and ya got a page full o’ faces.
a study of faces using watercolor and pastel.