Oil on Canvas. Not sure the exact size, but it's a bit larger than an 8.5"x11" piece of paper. Had so much fun doing this one.
These masks were a lot of fun to concept. They tap into my love and obsession of ornamental details. The influence for these comes from Ancient Persian art and masks that were often worn with armor. These particular masks are designed more for ceremony and would be worn by a character
A bit of a late update, but I did finish the Illustration class. I learned so much, and despite pulling a lot of all-nighters I miss it.
Moving into color, which is rather exciting. I did edit my underpainting a bit after starting color on another file, so I'm going to do some fancy editing as I like what's going on with her left leg. The third image is my instructor's paintover. I really need to figure
Not long ago I started taking a class taught by Todd Lockwood through SmART School. It has been challenging and incredibly educational. It's dawned on me that I really need to upload on my site more often, so following are progress images in the class up to last week.
Having fun designing my character Nasira. Her head is a little too big. I'd rather have her closer to eight heads than seven. That is nitpicking though. The fact that I've actually sat down and drawn something is the greater accomplishment. The little sketch is my experience with my cat