“Kitty” timelapse

Finished this piece this morning on the ride to work. It’s amazing what you can do with Procreate and an ipad pro + pencil.

While posting this, I kept thinking – if only humanity could put behind the hatred for each other and focus on technological development, we could have had cute kitty robot girls by now.

Timelapse for this painting is posted after the image.

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Suntouched #5 and other sketches

Suntouched #5

I started a bunch of character design this week to bring myself out of the comfort zone. After a while though, it got a bit tiring and I found myself coming back to drawing potrait to wind down.

Started this piece a long time ago as a one-time sketch, but decided to add some colours and I quite enjoy how it turned out. As you can see from the following timelapse, though, I did spend a while redrawing her face since I wasn’t really satisfied with it.

Another piece that I started last week is “Kitty” – here’s a sneakpeek:

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She will claw her face out with those mechanical fingers

All in all, hanging in there.

“Taco Girl”, and weekly post

Honestly, I hate writing blog.

Ok, hate is a strong word to use, but I don’t particularly enjoy the act of writing due to the lack of time or whatever reasons I can conjure up at the moment.

However, since I am paying a GRAND TOTAL OF 30 BUCKS every year to keep my blog hosted, I should make the best out of it – or that’s what I convinced myself to do anyway.

Henceforth, I aim to update my blog once every week, ideally during the weekend. The weekly post will contain some works that I have done throughout the week, and maybe, perhaps, contain something either meaningful or entertaining.

To start off with the fist post – I created something interesting this week.

Taco Girl

My friend tasked me with the challenge of changing a food photo into something – and so I obliged. I must admit that the challenge turned out to be much more interesting than I originally thought. I think the point of the challenge is to look at the original image in big shape, and try to conjure up some kind of interesting composition out of it – all the while using the original colours that were set with the photo.

All in all, it was fun. And I needed as many reasons I could find to draw on my big XP-pen tablet. (been spending too much time with my ipad pro lately, the XP-pen is a bit lonely and upset)

That’s it. See you next week.