Hey hey followers!
Just a heads up, I started my webcomic blog! Yay!
Since my Senior Grad Portfolio is going to be my webcomic, I’ll be posting the process, progress and final results of my concept illustrations, final pages, official website (when it’s ready), etc. :D
I know I have like a billion page links at the top of my blog, and there’s not a ton of stuff going on with the webcomic right this moment, but it will be soon! The link is: REORIGIN webcomic.
Hit it up if you’re interested!
Most of what’s on the blog now is stuff I’ve already posted here. But, I’m no longer going to be posting all the webcomic related art on here, so if it’s something you’ve enjoyed seeing so far, head on over to REORIGIN!
Workin’ on thing stuffs.
Assignment for Directed Themes class—done!
Two character turn-arounds for my upcoming webcomic.
Gaut is the villain, Nadia is the hero, but I consider them equally main characters—and Gaut’s design needs a lot of work & feedback. (I feel. haha) I avoid fully-idealizing him because of this, and now I’ve finally “completed” an idea of him, so hopefully I can get some good constructive ideas for his further development. Sometimes you just have to say, this may suck, but I’ve got to start somewhere.
Process shots of last Ill Lit project.
Traditional pencil & ink drawing into digital finalizing.
I’m really enjoying this one! Yee!
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Based on the short story The Weather in San Francisco by Richard Brautigan.
Life Drawing IV long pose.
Chalk pastels on toned paper.
Forgot to post the entirety of the Old Mother Hubbard comic!
The last page is a little shotty…since I lost the ability of the brush presets I had been using.
Digital with butcher paper texture.
From the line:
'She took a clean dish
to get him some tripe;
when she came back
he was smoking a pipe’
Book cover project for Ill Lit.
The Song of the Lark by Willa Cather.
Water color and ink on watercolor paper.
Lettering done digitally (because my hand lettering is NOT that awesome).