Desert Witch (Clip Studio Paint and Blender)
I created another digital art piece combining Blender and Clip Studio Paint. This is an extra bonus since I just uploaded City Witch last night. I should probably think about pacing myself. 🙂 I am going to go back to posting only once a week but I had a vision in my mind for this one that I didn’t want to lose.
City Witch (Clip Studio Paint and Blender)
The design was created using Clip Studio Paint and I used the Blender Video Compositor to add the music into the video into a combined video for your listening and viewing enjoyment.
The design is about 40 layers most of which are corrections and refinements that I made as I went back over during the polishing stage. I just paint over areas I’m not happy with and use another layer. Don’t judge. Each to their own right?
Concept Art Idea Book 2 (Page Design Sneak Peak)
Have you ever noticed the relationships between different artist skill sets? Sharing my continuing work in progress of my new concept art book. I have had to digest hours of YouTube videos and Pinterest images of various types of page layouts to get the knowledge I needed to successfully make my own.
The Wood Witch YouTube Video
Just uploaded my next video on YouTube. It’s a combination of an illustration made using Clip Studio Paint and Blender. As an artist, it’s very important to utilize all of the tools out there…and boy are there a lot. Blender and Clip Studio Paint work very well together in that you can start a project in one application and finish it up in another. Most folks I know create grey boxes in Blender, export them, and then import them into their favorite drawing program where they create their final illustration.
The Concept Art Idea Book 2
I am excited to announce that I am working on my second Concept Art Idea Book. My very first book was released back in 2017. One of the things I’ve noticed as I build the newest installment is quite a lot of artistic growth over the past few years. It’s only when you start to compare your recent work with some of the older works that you really notice the change. Very thankful to all the artists out there who have shared their insights, challenges, and contributed to helping me become a better artist.
Lighting correction layers added to enhance the image. You can see the before and after.
Alone – An alien lost on an alien world…
Horror Design Consideration Checklist
Have you ever worked on a drawing and seem like something was missing? I think we have all been there. I developed this free tool with some considerations that you can look at at a glance. I hope you find it useful. I’ve made it free on my Gumroad site you can easily download it.