When I think of the 4th of July, I think of tri-corner hats, tall leather boots, lace callers, and long blue coats. So I thought I’d post this concept sketch for a comic book/graphic novel that I’m working on, which is set in this historic era. It’s only a b&w, but I thought it had…
Here, Oceana is painting a portrait of Prince Richmond. Art is another one of her many talents. This is one of my favorite backdrops, as well as some of my favorite lighting and I really liked the depth and colors in this image as well.
Here is a sample page from my children’s book “Oceana, A Pudgy Princess” In the book, Oceana is quite good at archery and this skill plays an important role at the end of the story.
There once lived a princess who was somewhat more rounded than was typically considered to be desirable. I am sorry to say that in this superficial world of ours there are some individuals who, upon reading those few words, would see no reason to continue any further. I sincerely hope, however, that you are not…
A face study I did from a photo reference. I think it was something about the braid in her hair that made me end up turning her into an elf. Photoshop was used to colorize it.
This one was a pencil sketch that I colored using Photoshop. Most of the shading was done with pencil, and then I strengthened the shadows and added highlights on the computer.
Here’s another Café Girl. I quite like the shape and style of the hat on this one.