a selection of visuals, new & old...
I think it's great that your shifting back and forth between traditional and digital approaches-I think they feed each other in very positive way.
You're right, Jim. It's helping me to think differently, outside of my comfort zone. Now I just need to find a way to 'marry' the two approaches.Thanks for stopping by.
cool...i assume you did this with your "cintique" tablet?...
This was sketched on a Wacom tablet, Brian. At home. I have a Cintiq at work and I love it. It's like driving a Ferrari.
It's very funny, good character. Is there a sequel coming? I want to see the tempest.
Thanks for the kind words, Max. But this was just a one time thing, there'll be no tempest.Speaking of tempests, did you know that Oscar Grillo's graphic novel adaptation of Shakespeare's "The Tempest" has been published? I received my copy this week and hope to read it soon. The art, as always is gorgeous.
Wooow! Cool PS brushes Vince and the energy in the line is great!!And if that's the calm BEFORE the storm, I don't wanna know the storm!! AHahah miss you buddy!!
Aw, miss you too, Sweetie! Thanks for the kind words, Photoshop Master. I'm just trying to have a little fun while figuring out this stuff. I hope you're doing well. Give JC my best.
Wait...... what ?gude stof dude, I like.
Way to embrace the new technology, buddy. Glad to see this dog can still be taught new tricks.
WOOF! WOOF!, back at ya , Baby. No dog is ever too old to learn new tricks!
Oh, Eddis, I forgot you... thanks for being so nice.
Now that we've seen Mr. Hyde can we have a Dr. Jekyll :)
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