nice. What software are you using to draw/paint this?
I’m using Inktober to force myself to draw everyday, I’d say this counts! And I really like the water color look of your work.
I bought a refurbished 19" iPad Pro from 2015 along with a 1st gen Apple pencil. As far as trying to keep the costs to a minimum while getting a large screen tablet with a sufficiently sensitive stylus; it works out perfectly. I use mostly Adobe Fresco - it has a powerful brush engine, including a live watercolor brush (that’s what I mostly went with in this painting).
thank you! that’s actually what’s my main excuse, as well.
Cool thread! Keep up the good work.
I’ve been having fun with painting technical stuff; today it was an old Geiger counter in my possession that I converted into a clock by sticking an arduino board in there
I think my favorite one remains the desk from three days ago:
keeping up a painting a day is the hardest by far.
This is fantastic!
Hi, welcome to the forum!
I like the art, the technical paintings have a nice aesthetic to them.
Build log for geiger clock when?
Hi, thank you! I got scooped up by a long-term denizen when he spotted me rambling about electrical engineering and art on discord and redirected me here.
Again, thank you! I agree. I should paint more of the things in my collection.
Ahhh it’s a really old project I’d have to dig back a bit to gather it up; but once I have some free time - why not.
Updated my deleted post to better fit with one of the days. In this case - Dragon.
(Although it’s not actually a dragon, Sekiro has a dragon in it - just let me draw Sekiro combat arts gosh darn it!)
RIP. That one skinny guy left his friend to fight the muscular guy by himself.
These are excellent.
You guys considered this? Eight Views of Cats - Woodblock Print (Call for Designers and Artists)
Sekiro is a cold and unforgiving world.