It’s inspiring that on October for Inktober people are creating in a mass. I am going to participate in this year’s Inktober and I will use it as an opportunity to hone my fantasy illustration skills and to feel out my world that I have been making stories for. Also in time for Filipino History month here[…]
I finished this one today and I am happy with the results. When the painting goes to the ugly stages it can get frustrating, but I kept going and now I got something to add to my illustration portfolio.
These were super fun to do in my sketchbook. I had been practicing my figure drawing a lot recently and chanced on some images of soldiers. I found that it was an easy and fluid process and in exchange for my lines traveling curves, my lines got to move around different geometric shapes which I thought[…]
In progress… It kind of looks like Zac Efron and James Franco haha. Sometimes on an early painting (60% more or less) it’s going to look weird and frustrating. but if one powers through and not worry about the ugly stages, once either good practice or a decent portfolio piece. It’s a win unless one[…]
These are some paintings of the figure I am putting together and I think they are looking good next to each other. I am happy how they look so far and I would like to maybe double what I currently have.
Warm-up sketch of a stinger I did today after lunch.
This is another painting of a Dark Templar in progress. I’m just putting the finishing touches, a rock here for balance, a psi blade here for dramatic effect. I feel the ending (90%) of a painting is a crucial point where you can push it and make it really good or totally close off the[…]
I made this doodle of Ganesh on his birthday which also fell on Labor Day. I found out that Ganesh was a todler made from turmeric and had his head cut off by the god Shiva. He was brought back to life when his head was replaced by using an elephant’s head. Another part of[…]