well, I'm on a roll with submitting art here so here is one more
It's the cover for a new WhiteWolf r.p.g
it's called New Wave Requiem
it's about vampires in the 80's
how freakn cool is that
and yes, this piece is digital
I know, I know, but I only had a few days to finish it
and my traditional process does not like to be rushed.
and to make it worst, I think it came out even better then most of my traditional pieces....that bums me out but at least I gave the client something they loved
I promise the next one will be painted
and for all you digital artist out there.....now I know why you do it, its pretty freakn fun!!
OMG I fucking love this, it’s by far my favorite piece of artwork for the New World of Darkness/ Vampire: the Requiem and the book New Wave Requiem is a pretty awesome book too. To me this image really captures the essence of dark and gritty 1980’s- sex, greed, drugs and blood. If I could I’d buy this in a large size and have it framed and hung on my wall. Thank you for making this.
Your Fantastic Art work
... New Wave Requiem
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It's got that total decadence of the 80's and a hot vampiress, you can't go wrong.
One of the things I find difficult in going from traditional to digital (namely from colored pencils) is finding a color palette. I like having set colors to choose from in my pencil collection, and to go from that to having a million and one colors at my disposal, I get a little overwhelmed. No to mention I still haven't quite gotten the hang of using the brush(es) and their settings when the pressure of a hand is second nature. Any tips? XD
This is beautiful, though. The skin looks just like the skin in your traditional pieces, and the composition - as well as the backstory - make it veeeery interesting. Great job, considering the time frame and whatnot. It still carries your style and general awesomeness.
I'm glad that the allure of the digital realm hasn't managed to drag you into their depths yet.
so digital is a nice change
and no, this was not my first time working digitally
i think it was my first full illustration done digitally though
i did scan in some textures from my colored pencils and put them on top of the skin tones. so it still looks traditional