Rusty Old Warrior I will post the final cropped version tomorrow. #digitalart #iPadPro #applepencil #drawventure #drawdaily #process @procreateapp #painting #digitalpainting
Jacky Woo Woo This is a #characterdesign my son drew and then for a #painting lesson I #drew too. I started with the silhouette because I had that in my head. I #sketched in the basic form in blue using the round #brush in the #procreateapp on #ipadpro #applepencil. Then used the same brush and a few layers to finish him. #digitalart #mrjaymyers #storyteller
Playing with Color 2015 was a year of #color. I hadn’t done much with color before that (except a long long time before that) and I had forgotten a lot of #painting techniques. Last year I determined to break the color barrier and while I’m still not great at it, I got better. This year, I want to become fluent in it. I want to #sketch in color and #paint in color. I will still be doing a ton of #inking, but color will be in there too. Here’s a #meetingsketch using the #applepencil on #ipadpro with the #procreateapp. Yesterday, was #webcomic #wednesday at http://tomyandjon.com.
In June, I wrote about a writing project that I have been working on. I, also, stated that I would post a final image that I had been painting. Well, I finished it a month back and have been dabbling with the title font. (Title withheld for now.)
I am going to go ahead and post the cover and one spot illustration.
At this time, I will be providing a few spot illustrations to go along with my story. My hope is that I can add more spot illustrations to the next story—then more, and more, until I am providing a comic style bed-time tale. We will see. I might discover along the way that that isn’t the best direction. I am open to the change.
At first, I had intended to do watercolor, but as I don’t have a ton of time I am leaning back on digital coloring. I have a few more illustrations to draw and color and then I will be compiling the text and images into an eBook format.
I will post more info the closer I get.
I am asked why I don’t have comment enabled. The short answer is because they take too much time.
The long answer is: I don’t have a lot of time, to even write a post, draw a picture to accompany it, and to then respond. I don’t have time to moderate and control spam (yes, I know that there are some well written spam filters). I would like to, but I am unable. In light of the time restraints that I have, I prefer to use said time for writing and learning to draw better.
[I apologies if this is offensive. I just have to focus on what the goal is and it isn’t to create dialogue. It is to record, publish, and push myself. It might not appear that I have done a lot of pushing, but I have.]
I understand that a blog is considered a interactive newsletter, a community dialogue, and a place for interaction with the author or illustrator, but I haven’t the time to devote to all of it. Maybe in the future this will change.
Until then, if you are interested in sharing with me, connect with me via Twitter or comment via my contact page. Twitter is best/quickest way to get a response. I am interested in dialogue, I just don’t have much time for it.
If you write I will respond when I am able.
The Creator saw Light and smiled.
Then He rent light from light—bright light torn from dark light—with a crackle. God named the new sound, Crackle. Crackle, looked around. Bright Light was next to him and knew that he was bound to her.
Bright Light saw her brother Dark Light and moved to be near him. The closer she came the further he moved away.
With a laugh he fled.
With a giggle she pursued him with Crackle hot on her heals.
There was Evening there was Morning chasing him all over the sky, day 1.