Sunday, January 16, 2011
I decided that I needed to start doing some speed-painting to loosen up. I get so caught up in detail that I often tend to lose the focus of a piece, and that's no good. These are the better ones from last week, 30min each on all save the last, which was ~1hr:
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Tales of the Old Margreve was published recently by Kobold Quarterly Magazine, for which I did a 1/2 and a bunch of 1/4 critters for. Here are a few!
Print Edition: Tales of the Old Margreve
PDF Version:Tales of the Old Margreve
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Saturday, November 13, 2010
This guy's pretty lost. He's spent hours upon hours, maybe even days crawling on his hands and knees through who knows how many shafts trying to find a way out. Though he might have been injured during his previous days wandering the dungeon, now the palms of his hands and knees to feet are torn, bloody, and probably infected from climbing through grime. His pants are shredded, his footwear mostly gone, and after an eternity of crawling it really, really, hurts to stand. Unfortunately, he finds himself in what might be the absolute lowest portion of the dungeon, which, though once cavernous, has since caved in many places. He pauses a moment to rest, fighting fatigue, delirium, and pain. Water drips down from the cracks above and his lantern sputters.
Anywho, lots of work to do on this yet, but this is what I'll be working toward the final with.
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
I'm taking part in the Dungeon Delve Challenge over at WotC's Art Order blog. Subject: adventurer guy with a lantern is lost in a dungeon with little to no hope of escape. Emphasize hopelessness.
I ended up with three sketches for this guy. I'm torn between 2 and 3 - my brain likes 2, but my gut likes 3.