Artwork: Iron wolves

I spent all week working on this one pic, so here it is:

Sentinel wolves

Still learning how to use the various tools to create the effects I want. I think I need more brushes.

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More July artwork

I think I missed posting any art last week, so here’s what I’ve been making. I think I’m just going to post each pic as I finish it, so this blog actually sees more action. 😀 It took me days and days to make these, so there’s not as many as usual.

Based on a true story.
A lore page from Destiny 2 adapted into a comic.
A guardian tells his adopted daughter goodbye. Hopefully not for the last time. Based on characters by jsmulligan.

Pretty colors with Clip Studio Paint

Over the past few weeks, I’d been searching for an alternative to Adobe Photoshop. I tried out the demo of Clip Studio Paint, liked it, and bought it on sale. Since then, I’ve done tutorials and realized that this program can do everything. I’ll show off some of my experiments.

Stay behind me!
Sonic characters as Destiny classes, just because it was funny.
Shadow is the coolest, naturally.
Rex Magtoris, a character from a story

This was a speedpaint to try out the clothing brushes in Clip Studio Paint. The gold braid and the ruffle brushes have potential, but I need to really experiment with them.

The cat ghost’s cuteness is overwhelming.

This comic was me trying out the comic tools in Clip Studio Paint. It does panels, speech bubbles, and layout tools like you wouldn’t believe. It also has 3D posable models to use as reference, which made me insanely excited. I spend hours searching for just the right pose or angle, and now I can just slap down a model and pose it the way I want.

I’ve had to do hours of tutorials to get this far, and I have hours more ahead of me. And let me tell you, I am SUPER excited. 😀