Free Art Available!

Free art available! I am celebrating my newly published book on Amazon by giving away some FREE original art filesThe files are available in Photoshop and Clip Studio Paint formats. Why am I giving them away you might ask? The premise of the book is all about how to create new and different concept art designs from initial ideas to the finished piece. By giving away some companion art, I am hopefully inspiring and visually assisting you to create your own. All of the layers are available for editing in both formats. You can easily go in and reconstruct the designs however you want. Besides, who would turn down some free art?

 

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Can our knight defeat the giant skeleton warrior?

Will he live to fight another fight again?

Is a shield really enough to beat the bad guys?

Stay tuned!

Hey everyone! I have a scary treat for you tonight. Deep Mountain Castle is a concept castle set on the edge of the forest along a body of water. Where does ...
This is an image design I put together recently which can be easily applied for T-Shirts and or other options. This was created using Clip Studio Paint with a multilayer process. ...

I drew this study while sitting on the beach with only a Sharpie thin inking pen. It is meant to demonstrate how I captured the motion of the waves as they were moving and my thought processes involved. The key is to show motion where there is none. This effect can be achieved by letting your hand flow freely across your paper preventing rigid none fluid lines from taking over. Nicely placed contour lines give the waves depth and a feel that they are full and really on your paper…not just a one-dimensional entity.

The clouds can have weight and depth too. Simply applying horizontal lines…more for a denser cloud, and fewer for lighter clouds. This technique gives your clouds the appearance of being full and being able to cast a shadow below. Circular shapes in the clouds give them that airy look as the wind slowly carries them away.

Helpful? Hope so. There is no right or wrong way to create these affects. Experiment over and over again and you will find that your drawings will improve and appear to be more life like.