Tag Archives: digital painting
(Click image to see in High Resolution) This is a digital painting of an Original Concept that I call the Great Pyramid Scheme. The image was first drawn traditionally on paper, and colored using watercolors. Then I took a photo … Continue reading
On another post. Had some great commentors that told me how greatly they admired my work and were becoming avid fans. Sherry and her daughter (sofia) spent quite some time going through all of my posts and liking each and … Continue reading
Another Sugar Skull Portrait. This is actually from a real Subject, and she loved how it turned out. Personally, I feel as though if I did this again presently that it would turn out even better. I’m just glad that … Continue reading
This is actually one of my first commissions and first digital paintings.
Two first of a kinds in this one.
My skills have superceded this antiquated form, but it’s still nice to show.
The Goddess Eye created in Da Muro. This is the first eyeball that i’ve ever drawn. Using this specific style, and program.
As stated before in prior entries I plan to do more of these because you guys seemed to be more attracted to this kind of art.
If there are any specific kinds of art you guys favor please leave me a comment below, and maybe i’ll do a piece for the community.
This is a portrait of one of my best friends (Jack Gray) I did as a gift. Some of you may have heard of him (Poet, Lyricist).
When painting this I didn’t realize anything about style/technique, or even what Rotoscoping was.
It was after I gave his portrait to him that he explained to me what exactly Rotoscoping is.
Since he attained this and posted it on facebook, and mine as well. It has engaged some fans to requests Portraits of the same style varying from singles, couples, and families.
Really hope that the community here on Wordpress, and the internet in general can find some appreciation, critique, or inspiration through this.
Over time i’ve noticed how i’m usually drawn into the corner of wanting to draw eyeballs, realistic eyes, fantasy eyes, animal eyes, and even anime`/manga eyes.
This eye I present here is what I call a swirl eye. It was digitally drawn/painted in Muro, and took about 45 minutes to complete.
If you click on the image it will bring you to DevArt where It is originally posted. On that site it’s received some pretty good feedback. Over time i’ll have to post more of these because I have amassed quite a few beautiful, unique, and interesting eye balls.