Watch “Cheeky Witch Digital Painting Timelapse” on YouTube

Cheeky Witch Digital Painting Timelapse This is the timelapse drawing process of my latest Witch video…the Cheeky Witch. This is my process using Clip Studio Paint. You will see that just like last time, you’ll see me change my mind a lot. I am very picky. What can I say? Hopefully this is helpful in…

Halloween Witch Digital Painting Process (Timelapse)

Witch was my most recent #digital painting that I completed last night. As you watch, you’ll see me change my mind a lot as I paint this design. I tend to get picky when I paint. Hope you enjoy! #artist, #clipstudiopaint, #digitalpaint, #digitalart, draw, #fantasyart, #gothic, #halloween, #process, #time-lapse, #witch, #witchcraft, #artistworkflow, #Microsoft, My BooksConcept…

Fire Witch

Tonight I finished my #Fire Witch design. It is a #digitalart piece completed using #Clip Studio Paint. This is part of the series I have been working on. You can see other pieces that I have completed by clicking here or here.

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.

City Witch

Another digital painting for your viewing enjoyment. This one is called the City Witch. Thoughts and feedback are always appreciated.

Forest Witch Blender Animation Posted to YouTube

Just uploaded my latest video to my channel. You can read more about it in my latest post earlier tonight. I included a screen shot down below so you can see it in the Blender video editor.

Forest Witch

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?