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The Dragon Priestess is a peice of work which really changed the standard of my art skill level. Using other artists as inspiration I experiments with colors and pushed my detail rendering further than ever. While I won't be happy with every painting, I hope that this is the quality my 2018 might have.
My Zeus illustration. I have edited this a couple of times since it was posted on Instagram last year, so here is an updated version. My 2017 recap has given me time to catch up on some projects I have been working on, so I will have some new stuff to show you guys very soon.
Almost done with my recap of 2017. How is your 2018 going so far? These portrait studies were the beginning process of my latest painting which I will hopefully have finished by the end of the week. #🎨
My girls illustrations. First was Sansa Stark for the Game Of Thrones, character design challenge. Second is my Elf Archeress I used on my business cards. Third is my girl with horns, she was my first practice at a good illustration.
Drawtober was a great challenge in 2017. Who knows what great challenges this year will have in store. You can see my progress of the Voldemort picture here, I added a bit of a background now just need to color it, which is on my to do list.
Around this part of my 2017 timeline I was entering this beyond human artstation challenge. I didn't win, however the winner blew my mind, their artwork was so unique and creative and I can learn alot about design from them. Which is amazing for me. Knowledge my forever goal because I love it.
A portrait study. Tormund from Game of Thrones. Plus a couple of style studies.
Brining some color into your sketches is is alot of fun and you can still play with values all the same. How is your 1st day of 2018 going?
When an idea comes to my mind, as soon as I get the chance I will sketch it down. When it's on paper I can safely forget about it and come back to it later. Some will become full paintings, other will stay just as ideas in my sketchbooks.