It's the end of #Gnomevember! This is Nis. A mischievous little gnome (Tomte/Nisse) from the Norwegian woodland. He is out looking for winter berries to distill into a liquor; it's excellent for keeping warm in those frozen winter months. He is also the subject of my holiday card this year!
The challengers were getting stronger, there was no doubt about it. She slumped into the copper tub (...)
I'm thrilled to be part of the Association of Science Fiction and Fantasy Artist's upcoming exhibit in Austin, TX, called Infinite Worlds.
Water lapped against the side of the warship but otherwise, it was dead silent. They had been locked up in the brig for the better part of a day, after the ship they sought passage on had been boarded.
I'm a big fan of Critical Role and I have been wanting to do some fan art for the show for a long time when Matthew Mercer described Marion, The Ruby of the Sea, mother of Jester, I could no longer resist. I had to paint her!
Hi friends! Here is a quick little time lapse of my sketching process for a new painting I am working on. The illustration is for a new project called Locke the Legend, which is based on the adventures of our D&D group.
In this mermaid painting tutorial, I will show you the full process of my illustration The Porcelain Mermaid. I focus on digital painting and how I build up a whimsical illustration in many layers through an organic development process. There is a great deal of discovery in the process, combined with a basic structure. I work in Adobe Photoshop CC, on a Wacom Cintiq 27HD Touch tablet.
"The full name of the street was Nameless Way, but most people simply called it 'Nameless'. It was in the worst part of the city, a dingy little alley where riffraff and [...]
"It's a strange place, filled to the brim with long-lost memories, forgotten and discarded things, and torrents of laughter. Laughter from lost one that built up through the ages, until at last [...]
I found them inside an old shipwreck, pried them from an old cabinet of sorts. I have but six, but I will find more. There are always more.