As I have to finish a whack of my Clone Wars cards prior to going to the con, here is a teaser of art so I don’t forget to post it.
How Harold Got His Wings
This is the cover for the book! For the final piece I plan on spending about a month doing watercolour studies for painting the Northern Lights. Or I might do the entire book as my first fully digitally painted product. The book at the con has a colour cover, B&W innards.
2010 Convention Sketchbook
Full of a bunch of never seen before arts and a few old favourites.
Mini Magnets. These little tiny round disks have been painstakingly cut out by hand and are assembled behind a glass bead thing. I’m selling ’em for $3 or 2 for $5 because they are quite the labour intensive little things. I will have a larger version of the illustrator icons in my digital art gallery post con.
I hope to see you guys there!
A new finished commission for you all to see. Awesome like a Possum!
Inked and coloured in photoshop.
I ran a little free icon drive (Not on the website, sorry, did it on some more targeted social networking things) to figure out how much to charge for icons. The full colour ones were for people who tipped (One of the ones on the full colour sheet is not in colour because I’m waiting for reference), the mostly monochrome ones were the free ones.
Want an Icon? 100×100 or 150×150 icons – $10 for colour, $5 for tones. One character only. If the character or scene you want is complex, the prices will be more.
Now to move on to some bigger pieces of art, I am going to get a very rough Harold book completed for the con, working on that this weekend while I am in an Internetless area!
I was hoping to have had these drawn last weekend, but school and work came first. After a minor, yet, major mistake (Wrong stuffed animals with the cats!.. oops, yes, that certainly warrants a free redraw) here they are.
I take these cutie commissions every now and again. If you’d like to be on my cutie list, let me know and I’ll put you on the priority list the next time I open them.