Thursday, 19 July 2012


Well, only one lion, actually.

I've been noodling around in Sculptris to try and get my brain back in 3D gear. Here's my very first sculpture. Why a lion? Because I've never drawn a lion before, let alone sculpted one. You might think this would be an excellent reason not to sculpt a lion for your very first venture into a new program, but I've never been one to let common sense get in the way of ambition.

Sunday, 15 July 2012

Just a quick doodle...

Decided to muck about with expressions, and particularly the fold between the mouth and nose, and how the eyes behave.  I don't know what she's scheming, but no good can come of it and I don't want to be on the receiving end.

Tuesday, 10 July 2012


Thank you everyone for the welcomes-back! It's lovely to hear from you all again!

Anywho, a touch more progress on that painting.

Do you ever have those moments with a painting or drawing where you leave it for a couple of days and then go back to it and think 'dear god, what have I done?' I had one of those with Korra's face. It has been fixed posthaste - she no longer has that horrific overbite, and she actually has cheekbones now. I'm still not sure what I want to do with her eyes, so for now they're just nonexistent. I also cut back the saturation and messed with atmospheric perspective a bit, so the environment now has a bit more depth to it.

Unfortunately, without the spray it looks like Korra is about to get eaten. Oh well.

Thursday, 5 July 2012

Stop The World, I Want To Get Back On

Sorry for my absence, everyone. Hope everything's been fantastic for all of you! I'm pretty much ready to return to the world, so here I am.

He's what I've been working on for the past couple of days - a friend of mine expressed great consternation that this;

had not been replicated with Korra and Naga from The Legend of Korra. I thus felt obligated to make it happen. It's nowhere near finished, but I figured I'd upload a work-in-progress to prove I'm still alive. I'm a bit concerned about how saturated it is, so I'll dial that back next time I crack open the file, and I'm also worried that I'm losing Naga (big white polar-bear-dog) against the sky because they're pretty much the same value. Any suggestions, folks?

Also, quadruped pelvises, how do they work?