A quick photo montage to turn this lovely models photo into a stylized vintage paint project. Photo taken by Alisha Khan Photography
A simple sketch in Photoshop that I then overlaid with some splashes of pastel colours over vector shapes.
A photo manipulation using live photographs to turn our model into a Night Elf. The original photo was taken by Alisha Khan Photography, with make-up done by Missy MacKintosh, hair done by Amanda J. from AlterEgo Hair Salon, wardrobe provided by Georgie Girl, and model Ayla Iris.
A digital painting, inspired by a scene from the film ‘The Fountain’, of a woman being pulled up into the stars.
A speed painting I did to show my class that you don’t need to spend weeks on a project if you got a solid plan and lots of practice.See the full process below. https://youtu.be/DMSqA_IW77E
This piece was done during a live art show. Had 3 hours to complete a digital painting. It’s based on an old sketch I did of a character design I made in high-school
You don’t need to be a master painter to create beautiful fantasy characters. A good knowledge of lighting is the most important thing when creating an image. Observe everything that surrounds you. See how a light reacts with a certain object, how shadows fall on an environment and how dark an object will be in […]
This project was my attempt at painting a full person without a complete photo reference (still used pieces of reference for the hands and ears). Was feeling a little blue myself that week (don’t remember why) but wanted to still do something productive with my day.
This project was done for my digital painting students to show how to create a painting with a story. The mermaids have been preying on human ships for centuries, tearing them apart to find shiny things. One day the little mermaid came across an astronaut in an asteroid field, she had never seen one up […]
A recreation of an older piece I did back in collage of my vision of the ultimate being of pure power.You can watch the whole process unfold below. https://youtu.be/ZJP37jIl72Y The original painting: