When I had a shop, this was our business card.
Pretty bad ass no? Anyway, I still love this, I think its because the skull is the best one I’ve drawn digitally.
Those were good times. Sort of.
Adobe Illustrator CS3.
I think this is from 2007, when I was first introduced to Adobe Illustrator.
This was loosely inspired after reading “Geisha: A Life” by Mineko Iwasaki. Mind you this is inaccurate to the actual traditions and make-up of Geishas but, I was 17 and relatively stupid when it came to other cultures.
As you can see, my skills for creating titles are ah-ma-zing. *Sarcasm*
This one took over a year to finish.
I wasn’t working on this on and off for a year, I started it, did 8-12 hours of work on it, then left it there sitting on my hard drive until exactly a year later. Like most of my purely digital work, it started off as a doodle/practice painting of the deer skull. If you haven’t noticed by now, I like bones. They are, and probably for a long while will be a common occurrence in most of my work. Also, I really like antlers.
Suprise! This too is a print available for purchase on my Society6 page! Go here to buy one!
Paint Tool Sai.
Something a little more recent. Started off as a mindless doodle.
Done back in January of 2012. I actually made this into a purchaseable print on my Society6 page. Go check it out and maybe buy a print here. There’s also a skin for your iphone ;).
Paint Tool Sai, with Adobe Illustrator for the watermark.