Thanks! Yours is absolutely outstandingly, dizzyingly detailed. Awesome stuff!
Happy Hump Day!
We have made the full-color version of Lookout Post available as a print on Society6! If anyone is interested in having this on their wall, or storing it in a flat pack until you one day own enough wallspace to actually hang it up, go grab it!
This will be our first ever print and we are still looking into different distribution methods. Please let us know how it turns out and if there are any quality issues. We will want to know for sure!
So yeah… This happened.
Thanks to everybody who liked, reblogged, or followed us. We just had a huge spike and we’re all immensely flattered and trying to think of new ways to make good art and keep entertaining.
Once again… Thank You!
Well, it’s Sunday, and it’s supposed to get pretty hot here in Oregon today, so what better time to reveal this sunlight variant of Scavenger! I planned on doing a sunlight version from the start but it took a while to get the colors just right.
Not sure why, but I felt like drawing Oscar the Grouch. He’s always struck me as a bit of a dark character; a homeless, misanthropic hoarder on a kids’ show! Gotta love that!
Here’s a quick glimpse into the process of making Scavenger. Displayed in glorious animated GIF format!
This piece is titled Scavenger, and it evolved from a simpler idea. Things escalated quickly! Created in Painter and Photoshop over the course of a few weeks.
If you haven’t seen it, you’ve no doubt heard some buzz about the new Planet of the Apes movie. This guy here steals the show! His name is Koba, and he’s one of the most memorable movie characters since Heath Ledger’s Joker!
For anyone not aware, there is a pared down free version of Zbrush called Sculptris. It’s easy to use, intuitive and fun. I haven’t figured out how to sculpt anything that doesn’t look like it came out of a nightmare, but whatevs!
Here’s the result of my effin’ around with it. I recommend playing with it to strengthen your three dimensional thinking and understanding of form.
This got a little dwarfed in the composition of the last Fan Art Friday post. This is the original TARDIS sketch made in ArtFlow on my Samsung Tablet.
Enjoy some wibbly wobbly stuff! Ironically, I wish I’d had more time to work on this. I think I’ll have to do a full detail Doctor Who illustration some day. Stay tuned!
Thanks so much! We do intend to have this available as a print in the near future. We are currently exploring different methods of doing so. If we can make it happen, we will announce it here on the blog.