Finished Commission: Calmasis
This was done for @chameleonlurks and is an example of what I like to call “the works”. It’s inked, cleaned, colored, has details (light, shade, etcetera), and has a background. I also did some desktops with it that I’ll be posting in a little bit. (Calmasis is from the webcomic Homestuck and was created by and belongs to Andrew Hussie.)
So guess who needs to raise a couple hundred... →
doctorvtumbls: I’m looking to do that by offering commissions. You can take a look-see at my portfolio over here for an idea what my style looks like. Big thing is that payment needs to be upfront, because I have bills and rent with due dates and those dates are closing in fast. Depending on how many commissions I get, though, I should have your pic to you by the end of May at the latest. If...
"Willow River Valley"
Background practice with the laptop trackpad.
“Stay Off The Grass” An entry for an online contest with the theme of deadly grass. My first time using Windows Movie Maker, or animating something of this length. Took approximately a month.
…At best guess, its collective grandparents are a human, a penguin, an octopus, and Mr. Potatohead.
"Unfinished Character Design Practice"
Character design practice. A brother and sister team I’ve had for a number of years.
"Too Many Ducks"
In a job market over-saturated with ducks, it’s tough for an avian to find work.
"Traditional Gender Roles Are For Squares"
Unfinished concept art for a female superhero with super-strength and a male stripper for a boyfriend.
"Concept Art For 'Superhuman Condition'"
Character designs for “Val” and “Miguel” from the novel-in-progress “Superhuman Condition” by Amanda Gillespie.
A “zombie angel” drawn for some friends who couldn’t specify what exactly a zombie angel WAS. Background originally from a free texture site, edited in PSP5. Textures were also used on the hair, clothing, and wing. (Not sure I still have the URL for the site, but I’ll add it later if I find it.)
"Prayer Group For The Porcelain God"
A variation on characters from Andrew Hussie’s webcomic “Homestuck”. The background (except the toilet) was done entirely with a laptop trackpad and PSP5. Done for a friend, based on a story they wrote.
I grew up with Dr. Seuss’s bizarre characters and linguistics; sometimes his influence is more obvious than usual.
An alien mechanic in her element. Background done entirely with trackpad and PSP5.
"The Land Of Fever And Breeze"
A variation on the character “John Egbert” from Andrew Hussie’s webcomic “Homestuck”. The background was done entirely with a laptop trackpad and PSP5.
"Observing The Orb"
An old Mother’s Day present. A printed copy has a place of honor on my parents’ fridge door.
Fanart of “Itchy” from Andrew Hussie’s webcomic “Homestuck.” Part of a self-imposed “thing a day” art challenge last year.