This is a 1.5 hour speedpaint I did to show some of the shortcut techniques I used when it comes to painting cityscapes, reflections, fieheye effect and bright lights :) You can watch the full tutorial on my Youtube
Mirror, mirror, on the the wall
Show me the future of us all
One of the hundreds of sketches I did during my last semester at college.
Trying out more painterly styles :D
I will fly.
Freckles are like sprinkles of stars~
1 hour speed paint
One hour speed paint.
I wanted to try mimicking calligraphy brushes.
My figure drawing professor told us to look at images of real people in motion and draw their internal skeletons, so I drew the top 4 in a walk cycle and the bottom 4 dancing to Beyonce's Single Ladies.
I can fly too.
The fleeting thoughts of a restless mind.
I don’t want your concrete skies
Painted blue with clouds of lies
This rain, this pain
I rather feel
What is real
What is real?
Curled up under my own sorrow
Will I ever look up?
To see the sun will be shining tomorrow
Drawn in ball point pen.
Goodbye, farewell. I’m going home. I’m going home.
Autumn Spell - Winter Rose - Spring Blossom - Summer Glow
It started out with just autumn, but I was commissioned by a eco bag company to complete the set as artwork for their product.
I drew this as a speed paint and was recording the process before my computer froze and I lost the last half of the process orz.
Sometimes it's nice to just let my mind go blank and draw whatever comes to it.
Give me your wings
and teach me to fly
Show me the way
down the other path
So that I may
fall and fall again.
Speed paint of Helen from Project: WE.
"What is childhood to you? Do you remember much of it? How was the experience?"
I remember the absence.
The fleeting thoughts of a restless mind.
We shall wake to sanity
Sometimes the trauma resurfaces. Sometimes everything hurts.
Helen from Project: WE
I always wanted to draw a piano with the higher keys out of focus.
Because violins are sexy.
The Chinese literally translates into "Without Knowing, without Feeling". However, the meaning can be taken as absentmindedly doing something, or so lost in thought that you do not notice your surroundings.
Sketching helps calm me at times.
The tedious process of combing out bedhead each morning... Who else feels this pain?
For when the cranes are gone, and only symbols remain.
These eyes won't shine.
I always liked the way shy canines approached people. I exaggerated the lowered head by elongating the neck.
Artwork done in my early teens.
But not of real skulls.
There's something to be said about art imitating mass produced plastic imitations of the human form.
Late night, can't sleep. Random designs cross my mind.
Once in a blue moon, I get the urge to sketch some random character outfits I'm not into fashion at all (I often walk around in my pajamas in public) so these outfits aren't fancy or creative but whatever, I had fun sketching them.
Why don't they have shoes? I don't like shoes, I don't like to wear shoes and I don't like smell of new shoes.
This is also the when I first designed Robin from Fisheye Placebo.
A simple fashion design I did a while back. Ocelli refers to the eye spots on the butterfly wings that's used in automimicry.
This is Amby, named after the scientific name for axolotl, Ambystoma mexicanum (or Upa Rupa in Japanese lol). The wild type of axolotls are brown, but the leucistic and albino kind is used for research on regeneration because their translucent skin makes for easy observation.
That made the cat
Kill the butterfly
Don't look at me
Don't say a word
Close that door
Leave me unheard
Cold and trapped
Curled up in this apathy
Lost in my self-pity
Doomed in my ever self-fulling prophecy
I drew this a long time ago as a joke but forgot to upload it on here. The design is based off of my friend's Halloween custom.
Ever had an argument with your rat-like dog?
I know that feel, bro.
Design from one of my future graphic novels.
I've been messing around Z Brush and some other 3D programs to test out how well I can incorporate 3D human models into my drawing. I sculpted a few heads in Zbrush which I then painted over in SAI.
Hopefully I'll be able to use more 3D in the future to help speed up my drawing process and to save my hand from being over worked orz. It's nice to not have to paint everything from scratch~