A Cyborg doodle thing. Finally got a day off from work, so I actually had time that didn’t need to go towards eating or sleeping. Hooray!
Sorry I disappeared for a few days, but work has been pretty crazy lately. But I’m still here, doing things as I find the time. This spitpaint went a little over the 30-minute time limit, but I think this might turn into a finished study at the least. The topic was “Paladin,” and I thought of the Knights Templar, who were kind of the original Paladins in my mind.
Here’s today’s spitpaint: Fallen Empire. My brain and hands are not communicating well right now, so this was built using a lot of texture brushes more than actual drawing anything. But hey, sometimes that’s what gets the job done.
My idea for this was a “gravity hangar,” meaning that the ship would be released from the ceiling and fall through an opening below out into the sky/space. I really need to do some vehicle studies, though, ‘cause I’m not really feeling this one. But nothing to do but move forward, get better.
Today’s spitpaint: Hangar. I may do another one of these after work (I have an idea in my head that I quite like), so stay tuned!
Today’s spitpaint: Weather Demon. I feel kinda ‘meh’ about this one, but I tried some stuff I’ve never done before, and I learned some things, so I’m okay with that.
Today’s spitpaint: Viking Marksman. One spear, one kill.
Today’s spitpaint: Tunnel Entrance. I didn’t really know what I wanted to do starting out, so the narrative is kinda meh, so I wound up focusing on color and lighting (never a bad thing), and I quite like the way it turned out.
BONUS SPITPAINT: Shogun.
Got this image in my head and needed to put it down.
Today’s spitpaint: Discovery. I was just recently introduced to an artist named Jeremy Mann, and his paintings are simply amazing, so I tried to emulate his style here. I’m nowhere near hitting his level, but I learned a lot in those thirty minutes.