At long last, my painting of the main character in my visdev portfolio project is complete. Well, complete for now. When the time comes to put her in my portfolio for real, I suppose I’ll tweak her. But I’ve spent enough hours on this painting now and need to do some other things. Enjoy!
I’m almost doooonnne!
I’m still researching the Inuit culture, customs, wardrobe, and lifestyle. On top of that I’m making stylistic choices. Hopefully I’m doing it at least a little justice here. That’s what I’m aiming for.
Progress of a character for a story I’m working on. (Right image is current, left image is the flat, just-beginning-to-shade step) The project is for my portfolio, so I’m working extra-super-hard to bring the characters to life and push my skills as far as possible with every effort and painting. This character rendering isn’t done yet, but I wanted to post it online for now so you all can see the evolution of my not-very-consistent process.
I realize that I’ve mentioned multiple projects in the past that I’m working on, and while I am still nurturing 3-5 stories all at once, at least two seem to be merging and I’m finally picking which one to go full force into for my folio. This is the first one to get seriously worked on - I’m feeling confident in where the story is going :)
Thanks for looking!
Happy holidays, everyone :)
I’m hoping to enlarge and finish this in the next week and maybe sell as cards through my etsy shop. Is anyone interested?
Aww, thanks for the reblog, girls! <3
I don’t reblog from this account usually (it’s meant for my artwork) but here’s my chance to make sure you all know that Eli and Oli are SO talented! Go follow them, you won’t regret it! :)
"And the fears that once controlled me can’t get to me at all!"
I was listening to Let it Go and just could not help myself, so I dropped the work I was doing and drew this! I’m SO excited to see Frozen in its entirety next week!
Listen to the full song here until the soundtrack is released on Nov. 24th.
Elsa belongs to Disney!