It’s been exactly one year since I got my Wacom Cintiq 24HD. Here are some of my fave paintings that I’ve done with it since then.
Excited painting face, with eyebrow quirk.
Been working on this portrait of my friend Missy for weeks on and off, but I’m not quite getting it right so I need to leave it alone for now.
James Dean, finished.
I used no lineart for this. Buh. I just started with a black background and made basic shapes because this man’s face is ideal if you want to learn about the many many planes a face has.
James Franco has the same sort of bone structure.
2,5 hours total.
I finetuned somewhat and figured you guys might enjoy seeing some details.
It’s done! Jensen Ackles as Dean Winchester as part of an art trade with the wonderful Eleanor, who is drawing Sam.
Still working on this as part of my art trade with my pallypal diluted-down.
I quadrupled my lineart so I could make out where the folds in his coat are supposed to be. And then I noticed that this gives it a very interesting look. Will probably hide the lineart when I decide it’s finished, though.
Work in progress 2 of my art-trade with diluted-down. Jensen Ackles as Dean Winchester.
Can I just say that I feel that my Wacom Cintiq 24HD has made me a better artist? Whether it’s a boost of confidence, or really true, I’m not sure, but who cares, right?
First work in progress picture of my art-trade with diluted-down (She’s drawing Sam Winchester/Jared Padalecki). This is Jensen Ackles. As Dean Winchester. Obviously. It’s so hard to get this to look like him, you have no idea!
Working on an art-trade with the lovely person behind diluted-down. She’s drawing Sam, I’m drawing Dean, because we both have all the Supernatural feels and she tricked me into drawing Jensen.
This is my sketch. Sorry, some things are darker than others because they took me more tries to get right.
Painting of Colin Morgan as Merlin. I worked my butt off for this painting and I had an especially fun time making a sparkly background. I think I did about four layers of it, with constant blurring and then painting over it again. What do you think though, is there enough contrast between Merlin and the background or is the background completely overpowering?
Either way, please, if you were ever inclined to share any of my work, let it be this one, because I’m super proud of it. You can also buy a print.
There, the only thing left to do are the background and some finishing touches on his jacket and scarf. Colin Morgan as Merlin.
Once I remember why I’m doing this, I might have to plead insanity. Work in progress painting of Colin Morgan as Merlin.
After watching Merlin tonight I felt like drawing Colin Morgan. Still a sketch, obviously.