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Abstract Ollice Version 2 (D42)

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After getting some sleep, I look at the painting and decided to see if I could push it farther. The spheroid changed into a fluffy, multi eyed, serpentine monstrosity. The painting now has a clear back, middle, and foreground, thanks to adding broken ship parts in the foreground, and painting the rest of the body in the back. I might have lost some of the spontaneity of the first one but think it is a better picture overall. Might push it even farther..

art, concept art, concept sketches, dailies, Daily Doodle, monsters, sea monster, sea monsters, Uncategorized

Noodle Sea Monster (D16)

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A long noodle like serpentine sea monster. I’m very happy with this sketch as I was able to focus mainly on forms. something that line drawings make difficult at times.

3d art, 3d character, 3d model, 3d modeling, Uncategorized

Water Dragon Sculpt for 3d Printing

3d-printer-dragon

See the model in real time and at any angle at sketchfab: https://skfb.ly/JAWo

After 20 hours of work, here is the finished 3d model I made for my final 3D Printing project. The real life model came out beautifully. I thought it was already uploaded it to the blog, but strangely it wasn’t .

 

arcylic, art, dragons, monsters, painting, traditional

Daily Paint 26 – Acrylic Sea Monster

Daily-Paint-26---Arcrylic-Dragon

I went out of my comfort zone attempted the daily painting in acrylic. After 2 hours of frustration, I called it a day. to save my canvas paper I attempted to paint on transparent film. It was a big mistake as I couldn’t blend color well, and the paint refused to stay on the film. I color adjusted the image and fixed the snout with the liquify tool .

art, artist, artwork, dragons, drawing, ink, marker, ocean, sea monster, Uncategorized, water

Message to the Sea – Final Drawing for Draw II Class

Message-to-the-Steam---Ink-and-marker

I pulled all the stops for this drawing. After using graphite and charcoal for months, I returned to my old love : Ink. I went though 50 thumbnail sketches. I  made studies of eel anatomy, fish, boats, ocean waves, etc. I spent about 5 hours on the research side (thumbnails and studies) and about 10 hours rendering this with Micron Pens, Sharpies, and Copic markers. I avoided realism and aimed to make a narrative illustration you would see in a children’s book. It’s surprisingly difficult to render waves with ink. I used many visual tricks to force your eye to stare at the envelope (focal) in the middle. I feel my drawing and comp classes are starting to pay off.

Let me know what you think. I would to hear what you think is the narrative for this drawing.

Ink and marker on Bristol Board. 24×16. Time Spent :4-5 hours on research/studies, 8-10 hours on rendering the drawing.

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Daily Painting No.20 – Cave Monster atacking fisherman

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For this painting. It was originally going to be a swamp scene but when I started painting it, the painting transform in that of a cave  I wanted to try a long angle shot. I liked the painting until I added the monster. While I am happy with the cave walls on the left and the monsters face, the rest feels too busy to me for some reason. Let me know what you think. painted in 1 hour, photoshop.