Despite my rash of line art for Ramas Caldwell, he wasn’t the first character that I wanted to bring out of my work. That honor belongs to Harrison, one of the main characters from Harrison & Sylvia: Crossroads. While I’m constantly striving to become a better realistic artist, my friendly mad alchemist kept knocking on my mental door. That piece of cartoon line art will come to my patrons and DeviantArt watchers soon. However, in the meantime, enjoy the work that I’ve posted to my various galleries, including Underwater Shell and Spinning Top.
Every piece of artwork I create has a story, and Underwater Shell is no different. The last time I brought my dad to the hospital, when I wasn’t working on Seeking Justice, I worked on some artwork. Thankfully, Infinite Painter works wonderfully on my phone. Pair the fantastic interface with a wonderful stylus. I threw some lines onto the digital canvas. Once the initial strokes were on the screen, I opened the liquify tool and shaped the markings into a shell like silhouette. By the time the hospital admitted my dad, I partially submerged the shell in a river.
Unlike Underwater Shell, Spinning Top was an image I created to measure my skills. When I finished working on this image, I leaned back and studied the completed picture. While there are some issues with the top, I’m happy with how the table and grass came out.
Hunker down in your chair and enjoy the artwork below. As always, if you want a better look click a picture to head over to my DeviantArt gallery and consider buying a print.