I seldom start my illustrations with a solidified color scheme. It’s one of those aspects that still takes me a while to figure out. Color is no longer one of my weaknesses, but it doesn’t come to me as naturally as it does other artists. In the case of Kendare Blake’s When Gods and Vampires Roamed Miami, now up on Tor.com, it was pretty solid from the start. The story is fascinating. The author does a phenomenal job of evoking a visual through settings and character designs. It was hard to miss the direction the colors had to go. This was one of those rare occasions where the color scheme was present in as early as thumbnails.
You can see every single stage here.
I’m really enjoying these little process gifs. They’re large as hell though. Sorry? I dunno…
You can check out the separate stages of this process here.
sigh… I wish I could, but Korra’s character design is not my property. I can’t sell it. I’m really sorry :(
I had never cosplayed before. Turns out it’s a ton of fun! Besides getting a lot of attention, my leg was hit by four different toddlers who did not seem to like my cosplay. Their parents were embarrassed, but it was actually really funny. One of them even confronted me. He demanded to know why I was dressed like that. Courageous little dude.
Yep, Spanish is my first language. I was born and raised in Puerto Rico.
Just uploaded a few
I just uploaded it to my inprnt page. Check it out :)
wow! thank you! you got some serious skills yourself!