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DeadPixel Publications anthology cover
Some work on a new Fire of Falraan cover, just working out some ideas.
An update of art. It's time. I have been negligent at keeping up with my sketchbook. These are all writing related, covers and concepts to help me visualize my writing.
Lord of Vengeance cover. I...
Working on some stills for a video promo:
close up of Lorace/godstone washed up on shore
and a view up the beach
Lord of Vengeance, book 3 of the Gifts of Vorallon trilogy
Hello all, I wanted to post the cover art I made for my self-published fantasy books. These are painted in photoshop with a some elements created in 3DS Max. They were done as full wrap-around covers...
I just released my second book, City of Thunder on 2/24 - Here is the final cover art:
To celebrate the release of the second book of the Gifts of Vorallon trilogy, the Kindle version of...
Pardon the glitches in this image, she's still a rough WIP. Still need to do her hair, neck and clothing. I am not happy yet with the helm or the dragon crest, especially the lighting. I...
This is the WIP for the cover of my second book, book two of the trilogy. This sorceress is largely done, but I will adjust lighting when I get the background done....the dark stone is...
I painted this for the cover of my upcomming book. Photoshop with some elements done in 3DS Max. I am quite happy with it, considering how long I have been avoiding digital painting in...
This is a departure from my typical production path. Here I used illustrator a great deal. Photoshop was just for the initial sketch and some final touches.
It was a fun exercise. I use...
Sorry it has been quite a while since my last update. It looks like my hand has healed as much as it is going to which is not too great, I still get pain if I overdo my drawing. That aside I...
Hey! Glad to see you start a sketchbook here. I definitely recommend the Creature of the Week activity to you, its a great activity to challenge your creative skills and grow as an artist. Plus the...
Yes, thats a bad choice of words on my part. I wanted to say the work looked "unfinished", which is also pretty subjective. The point I was trying to stress most though was that to me the work looked...
I see a lot of work in the finals thread that looks pretty sad. Take your time to make a serious effort. Make sure you post here in WIPs to get valuable feedback and constructive criticism and act...
nice work everyone.
Having had kidney stones which required "going up there with things that don't belong" to remove, Bralts creature ain't so bad. However it is VERY well painted. Frankly my...
Bralt...that is exactly what I WOULD wish on my worst enemy. I guess its all a matter of perspective. I really love it - sends chills down my, err, spine.
Lander - Hey thanks for visiting and sharing some kind words!
Here is a map I recently finished. I posted this up on wizards of the coasts D&D forum for free use.
Yeah them bunny ears are damn hard to get...Heck I won mine on an entry I worked really hard on, every evening of the week we had I was plugging away on it, and in the end I was really suprised to...
Yeah I have finally finished something!
My map to the Wilderlands of Lords. This is about 1/4 of the final resolution...its still fairly legible and shouldn't be too big for viewing.
jatherip Thanks for the recommendation, I agree. I know that some of my best drawings are photo studies and location art and I do need to do more of that.
Herrleerzeichens Thank you! Yes I hope...
I agree with you about the shmoozing at Deviant Art.
I have a long winded suggestion for you to help capture the likeness better in your referenced portraits. Try doing one upside down, flip your...
She must be REALLY good with those clubs because I just couldn't see going around with an ass like that and not getting a few bite marks on it!
Randis I love your stuff! You are an inspiration to...
I really love the combination of loose and tight lines that you use in your sketches, it has a very pleasing feel to it. The emotions of your faces really show through.
Really dig your environment...
Some more sketches outta my note book. I did find a nice way to get rid of the blue lines in photoshop! Of course it doesn't work when I use a blue pen hehe.
Another doodle from my work note pad that I scanned in. I ran it through several filters in photoshop to give the ink lines a slightly painted look.