Clip Studio Paint Digital Timelapse: Quick Raffle Sketch
Every month, current ko-fi supporters are entered in that month's draw. At the end of the month, a random winner gets a sketch of their choosing. February's winner requested a sketch of their favourite plant in a tree stump they carved out and prepared themselves!
The timelapse is up on Youtube and a little bit different from the style of my previous ones. I'd love to hear which type of timelapse you prefer so I know what to use in the future. :D
.:: About the Monthly Raffle ::.
When you buy me a coffee for $3 (USD) through ko-fi, you're automatically entered into that month's draw. March's draw will take place on April 1st, and winners can request a sketch from me of plants, pets, or even a character of their choosing, from a book, game, movie, or real life!
Digital Art Timelapse: DTIYS Challenge
My latest timelapse video is now ready! I cannot promise I will create videos every week, but I can say that I aim to post 2 every month. Some months may have more, but my goal here is to create, enjoy doing it, and not get burnt out by pushing myself too much too soon.
Click here to view the video directly on Youtube.
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Back in May, Pianta (Céli) created a Draw This In Your Style (DTIYS) Challenge on Instagram. I have been wanting to complete this challenge for a while now, and am glad to be able to show you my process for this piece. Watch as I go from sketch to final in this digital art timelapse in Clip Studio Paint.
2020 August 25: Toby
A digital painting of my parents' Havanese, Toby. Created in Clip Studio Paint with text and colour adjustments added in Adobe Photoshop
Trying something new this summer, with a more realistic style of painted portraits. Really enjoying the process and learning better and more efficient ways to paint both human hair and dog fur.
I could do more on this (I always can!), but I will leave this as is and call it complete. I'm happy with it, and it does look like Toby! :3
At the Edge of the Star Ocean
I'm participating in Clip Studio Paint's 24th International Illustration Contest, and here is my entry. The theme for this contest is "Skies, Space and Stars".
My entry is highly experimental, containing no sketch or lineart visible in the final version. I chose a free, painted, unfinished look with a focus on detailing the areas I want viewer attention. Sharing this is intimidating, to be honest!
About the Image
Earth is all alone at the edge of space as the lights of long-forgotten moons slowly blink out. Where's there's hope, though, there's a chance. Maybe we're lucky enough to have someone watching out for us.
Created in Clip Studio Paint with minor touch-ups in Adobe Photoshop.
Check out my entry, here.
Detailed view is up on ko-fi:
Boots the Dog: Gift for Father's Day
Finished a gift for my father, for Father's Day, of our dog, Boots.
Boots stayed with my parents when I moved away, and is eleven years old as of last month. This is a painting of her from when she was four or five years old. I used a photo of mine as reference.
I started early to give myself tonnes of time and ended up finishing it over a week early. Oops! I can't share it with my father just yet, but I'm happy with how this turned out and need to share it somewhere.
2020 June 02: FallNSkye's DTIYS Challenge Entry
FallNSkye on Twitter hosted a DTIYS Challenge for reaching 1k followers, and here is my version of their original (linked below). Created using mostly Clip Studio Paint with a dash of Photoshop.
Check out the challenge here: http://twitter.com/FallNSkye/status/1265828268101550080
And check out my entry on ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/i/IH2H51S32M