Time for the weekly entry to the blog! Sorry it’s a bit late (or maybe it’s early?) but I wound up sketching more things than I could keep up finishing,
Time for the weekly entry to the blog! Sorry it’s a bit late (or maybe it’s early?) but I wound up sketching more things than I could keep up finishing, also the scanner is still causing me a tiny bit of grief in regards to the comic, but I will update on that later when I eventually sort it out.
There are two new prints for sale on the RedBubble store.
First addition is the Wild West themed Folklore tale of James, often dubbed “The Mad Cat” by townsfolk and Lawmen alike. This is probably my favourite print so far, and it had me trying out a bunch of new brushes in Photoshop as well as merging my traditional painted backgrounds with digital ones. I believe this combination works really well.
You can get this print on various items including stickers, but it was intended to just be used for a poster.
Next on the conveyor belt is a print for the future Childrens Books I am working on called RAWR! It’s Donisaur! featuring the protagonist and antagonist in the same image. Again, I had a lot of fun experimenting with new brushes and techniques with this one, only this time the background was fully digital. Regardless of this, I still think both styles of background work well and I am very happy with the results.
You can grab a copy of this art in the form of a bunch of other items and not just as a poster.
The Japan article is coming along nicely, and I will soon send it off for confirmation with my sister before launching it on the site. As mentioned before I still haven’t been satisfied with the scan quality for my comic pages, but I will not be giving up. As soon as I figure it out I will be posting an update.
That’s all for now, no major changes to the site other than a new header image that should appear randomly along with the old one. I will be adding more in the future. The mobile-version of the site header isn’t that great sadly, but until I find a theme that allows me to modify headers for different site views it will have to do.
As usual, the new art is found in the gallery.