Went to the Massive Black (http://massiveblack.com/mbwp/MbwhiteSplash.html) workshop over the weekend - what an intimidating and inspiring few days!
Though there is a real emphasis on digital art (about which I know next to nothing...), all of the instructors and students are more than proficient with traditional techniques, and it was great speaking with, learning from, and painting/drawing with all of them!
Here are a few sketches from the weekend:
Two (totally unrelated) pin-ups i just finished, each involving snow and animal mash-ups!
This one i can't really talk about yet, but its for project that's slated for next year:
And Korra from Avatar: The Legend of Korra (the best american cartoon out there right now) for 'Women of Wonder Day' (October 20th), an
HEROIC CHARITY EVENT raising money for Domestic Violence charity programs by auctioning Artwork, Collectibles, and Autographed Items featuring many "Women of Wonder"!
Check out the facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/womenofwonderday for more details.
More animals in my little brown book (5''x8''). These were all done pretty quickly (30 min to an hour) with brushes. Maybe a little too loose? I like the look of watercolour but i dont think i understand the medium enough yet to achieve a texture that really makes a rhino or hippo believable...
Some examples of the AP sketch covers i've finished from Shrugged no.1. These are a lot of fun to do, i get to be a little more loose than when im doing pages, and get to experiment with different tools. These are a mix of sumi and dr. martins white with brushes, nibs, brushpens, and copics. There are a few more left, email me if you're interested!