For those of you who've read Seaborn, and are curious to see what Corina Lairsey looked like in the beginning and after Aleximor has taken his toll, here you go. Left: Corina at the start or chapter 2, and on the right, Corina in chapter 26.
Here's an old character study for one of the main characters in Seaborn, Corina Lairsey--Chapter 2 starts with "Corina Lairsey dived alone on Thursdays." I repainted some of it, touched up almost all of it.
The kids and I gave Alice a hamster cage--sort of a big one, with two hamster-wheels and two little houses--a hamster duplex if you will. No hamsters, though. We're going out next week to pick out one--Alice will. We'll watch and make cute rodent noises, I think. Sketched this to go along with the cage:
Alice got me headphones--not just any headphones: Beats by Dr. Dre. Awesome sound. Man, everything sounds better with these.
I upgraded Art Rage to version 3 Studio and this is my first painting with it. I've been a fan of Art Rage for a couple years, and it just keeps getting better. Art Rage 3 Studio has new watercolor brushes with fantastic blending. Love the upgrade so far. Here's the first panel in the next set of pages for Saltwater Witch, posting the pages tomorrow morning.
Here are the first few panels of something new. It's science fiction, not our world. I'm playing with a sketchy/palette-knife-ey 70s SF book cover style, not a lot of line work, but with lots of color. This world is very alive, the main character's a botanist.
I'm working on a proposal right now, with several pages, character studies, and the story.
I've been thinking about layout, and I'm probably going to run the pages in two equal size blocks that will resize nicely for an iPhone or Droid app full screen.
What do you think? Am I heading in the right direction? Click for full view.