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A Hot Head, A Failure and a Pokemon
Posted By Unknown at 2/13/2019 5:28 PM

I've really been loving trying to produce completed illustrations start to finish using the iPad. Here are some more recent art pieces that I've done using the iPad Pro and Clip Studio paint.
Ghost Rider:

This was just my take on the character. Modelled after Michael Jackson in 'Beat It' (loosely).



A Failure:

A character design I didn't like ultimately, but liked the rendering enough to finish off with colours.



A Pokemon (Mimikyu):

Never really was a Pokemon fan, but my kids love it now and Mimikyu is both evil and well-designed. Took a crack at upping the tension. What is under that disguise?



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Ghost II
Posted By Unknown at 11/05/2018 5:16 PM

Here is another, larger attempt at a full Clip Studio Paint illustration using the iPad Pro. I didn't really have a plan in place other than some basic elements. Tried to pick colours and techniques I didn't normally use, apart from the new tech setup, just to stretch the ol' creative muscles a bit. I'm not 100% sold on this (am I ever?) but I like it enough to try some of the things I'd worked out here again in other places. Enjoy!

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Ghost
Posted By Unknown at 10/26/2018 4:57 PM

This was done initially for another Illustration Friday topic, but I was just shy of finishing it in time.

Done completely on an iPad Pro with Clip Studio Paint. It's been a learning curve for sure, but I'm enjoying the process. It will be interesting to see how Photoshop translates to the iPad Pro, and which one I'll gravitate to more when that happens.

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Illustration Friday - Magic
Posted By Unknown at 10/18/2018 2:44 PM

I've been doing a lot of personal sketching and whatnot, just not posting it anywhere. I thought I'd try out some of those techniques on this week's Illustration Friday topic, "Magic". It's been a long time since I'd participated, but with bowing out of Inktober, I figured I should try to get some art out in October. Feedback is always appreciated.

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Some Destiny Fan Art
Posted By Unknown at 10/02/2018 9:44 AM

As we're headed in to October, and Inktober is beginning, I wanted to post some Destiny fan art I'd done before I forget again.

I had done a quick 4" x 6" portrait just to try out dabbling in the Destiny world and trying to draw the intricacies of the Destiny armor with a brush pen. This was the results.

This one was for a contest, where the original art was given away. The winner got to choose the armor that was showcased, and they chose the Phoenix Strife, or crucible armor.

The second one was just for me (big Destiny fan here!) and I chose the Gensym Knight hunter.



Hope you enjoy!

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Inktober (Colours)
Posted By Unknown at 11/30/2017 5:22 PM

I've started the process of colouring my Inktober drawings, or at least some of the ones I enjoyed. The intent is to get some of these up in my store and hopefully drum up some interest for them.

As always, you can find the store over at society 6

Here are the first two, respectively.


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Deity
Posted By Unknown at 11/09/2017 4:39 PM

This is another design element that was used in a banner design. I had originally planned to ink this traditionally, but decided to try some of the new Kyle T. Webster brushes now included with Photoshop CC. I haven't been able to find a Photoshop inking brush I really enjoyed up until now. I'm excited to try some of these other brushes out. Also try to limit my colour palette on this one. I've included the original pencils as well. To see more of this type of work, be sure to follow me on twitter and instagram.



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