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Abstract Ollice Version 2 (D42)

abstract-ollice-3

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..

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.