Lots more progress on the current painting! Haven’t been able to work on it for the past few days because I’ve been working for 15+ hours for the past few days (If I’ve seemed weird, that’s why, I’m just super tired), but I’ll be getting some more done on this and my new 3D animation tomorrow and throughout the week.
Over the next month or so, I’m gonna be looking into getting this and a few others printed on canvas (known as a giclee print - they’re really cool!) for an art show in one of the art buildings on campus.
Work-In-Progress pic of one of the paintings I’m currently working on - really excisted for this piece for a few reasons, but mostly because I’m doing something with this I’ve never done with a painting before, and it’s going really well so far.
Haven’t titled it yet, just been calling it “Streetlamp” as a working title.
The undersketch for a new piece, titled Made to Heal.
I saved this a WHILE ago, but I’ve been too lazy to post it until now. The only thing that’s changed, though, is that those wires have been finished to their original concept, barbed wire.
Of all bits and pieces of it so far, my favorite parts are the heart and the ribs, which turned out really nicely.
My Demo Reel is done, submitted, and up for public viewing, for anyone who’s interested!
I posted my Demo Reel last night before submitting it to Disney, and thought I’d share it across my personal blog and this, my art blog, in case people wanted to see it.
Time lapse video of the 2 hour time limit speed paint I did of The Tin Soldier, available in 1080p HD!
First time lapse video I’ve posted in a long while and this one’s MUCH higher quality than the others I’ve released. Check it out!
Just bought the Mega Pack of brushes from the amazing Kyle T Webster and decided to do a speed paint with them to play with them a bit.
These are the oil brushes and one of the oil pastel brushes, time limit 2 hours, and I’m blown away by how much fun these are to work with and how well they work. Can’t wait to work on a long-term piece with them to really break them in and see what I can do with them.
"Tin Soldier", timelapse video will be posted once I get a chance to cut it and speed it up!