So I am multiple days late here, for which I apologize. I HAVE been painting daily, although most of it has been for clients. I worked on a personal piece over the last few days in the evening as well, which I’m excited to share with you today!
Alright! Day 2 of painting daily. Let's do this!
Today I was walking inside from the porch, when I noticed that I was casting a really neat shadow on the ceiling, so I immediately pulled out my phone, posed a bit, and snapped the shot on the right.
Welcome to a new type of blog! I’m trying to push my digital painting boundaries, and I think one of the best ways to do that is to paint every day, with the intention of getting better. This set of blogs aims to document that process and share my process with all of you!
The scenery consisted of three main parts: 72 disheveled doors (to be lined up as walls), a decrepit Cupola, and a rotten hardwood floor. I received a set of gorgeous renderings from Reilly Miller, the designer. They were as such:
Last time we talked about Trompe L'oeil painting, so this week let's talk about one of my other big passions: Digital Artwork! I recently did a piece called "Terry Removes Her Helmet"; a digital portrait of one of the characters for whom I am writing a comic. More on that in the future. You can see the finished piece on my Personal Art page, or at the bottom of this post.
I recently decided that I'd like to try my hand at blogging. I think that writing about my work will be a good opportunity to give some insight into what exactly I do, and keep me focused on my work while moving at a good clip. Besides, I love writing