Here is some art I created back in high school called “Midnight Prowler.” (If it looks a little messed up, it’s because this is a scan of an old photograph. The original artwork is too big to put in my scanner). I’m not entirely sure, but I think the medium is charcoal pencil (although it could be graphite). I thought this one was appropriate for Halloween and so decided to share it. Enjoy!
I have not posted much lately because I’ve been working on polishing up my art skills and I’ve also been dealing with a lot of personal things (depression, chronic illness, etc.). Everything has been pretty overwhelming lately. So here’s a random, varied selection of some of my older artwork for you to enjoy . . .
I wasn’t satisfied with the video I made where I colored Eugene with colored pencils, so I made a new one where I paint the same character in a different style with watercolors. This one is more realistic and less cartoony than the first one.
I had a lot of trouble making the video, including having to reinstall the software I was using to record it after it got corrupted!
Darn you, Eugene! Not only are you a troublemaker for Dr. M, but you’re also a troublemaker for me! (Heh, heh.)
I FINALLY got around to painting my main character from Transmogrified: “Dr. M.” I stayed up until 4 in the morning to paint this and then spent about 7 or 8 hours editing the video today after sleeping for maybe 4 hours? Yeah, I’m crazy. Haha!
I hope you enjoy the video and buy yourself a copy of my novel Transmogrified!
I finally got another watercolor painting video up on You Tube. Here’s one of nurse Kim MacCool, Hiroshi’s fiancée. I messed up her hair at one part, as you can see, but I fixed it. I guess having a few mistakes in the process gives the video a little more “drama.” Haha!