Dreadlocks are hard to paint. -.- Just a little study done to unwind last night, that I may have got a little carried away on… Felt like I learnt tons though, brush control and colour temperature and relativity and all that jazz. Very fun. Took about 3-4 hours, roughly reference from a photo I saved off of Tumblr aaages ago.
A while back, there was a meme circulating on Deviantart, where an artist would take one of the Disney colouring book pages and paint it in the style of an Old Masters painting. The bandwagon’s dead and buried by now, so of course that’s when I jump on it…. This was the painting I used.
(This was actually almost done a few months ago… Then, my wacom pen broke. :/ If you saw my last post though, you’ll know I’ve recently replaced said Wacom pen… Hence, the completion of this)
Some joker-themed sketches done after the first time playing Arkham Asylum took over my brain. Considering he’s one of my favourite characters and ive been trying to draw him for years, I still can’t nail down a look for him I like. Bonus Harley just cause.
Quick-ish practice with watercolours. Used an instagram photo of the model Ellie Fox as reference. (Apparently she didn’t much like this; about ten mins after me putting this on instagram she tweeted that she didn’t appreciate being painted when it made her “look like a monkey.” Heh. Oops.)
A little preview of the big-ass painting I’m working on at the moment… Still very, very early stages yet. Time to bust out the oil paints! Model is AnnaLee Suicide.