I am going to anime fest today here in Dallas and I’ll be caring around this guy. Come say hi if you see me!
Go ahead, try to take it the mug from her.
One of our Barbary drakes for a client, in a scheme inspired by the way-back-when eastern dragon we made named Marl.
Full articulation to the wrist, moveable jaw & wings that pose from shoulder all the way to tip with individually flexible tines. These guys are still the biggest cast we offer; we measured yesterday, and the dog is officially smaller than the drake by a large margin.
Need to find a friend who’s not terrified of the camera so I can get some pictures of a human holding a drake for scale at some point!
These guys aren’t something we do often as they’re a huge time investment with a hefty price tag, so it was nice to be able to put this guy together. We’re hoping to have one for display purposes as fanexpo, but time is short so who knows!
Also, I love this mug (was my consolation prize for having to stay home and work while Bones & Lemon went to the aquarium).
you're working so hard on your art and it's really showing! great improvment!
Really? Damn that really means a lot. I don’t often see the results because I am staring at my stuff for so long, but when others are seeing it…oh man. Thanks a lot bantarc!
#work in progress
Hey everyone! Working on my next Digimon! I like where this is going, but I think I need to knock the pink back a little bit.
That’s it for now!
I love the texture that your work has! Do you stick with the traditional round brush or do you have a few other favorites?
I have a few favorites, the traditional round brush is good but it takes a while and a lot of build up to get a good texture out of it, and if used wrong it has a very “digital” feel to it. The three favorite brushes packs of mine are Algenplfeger’s, Sergey Kolesov’s (Peleng) and Dan Luvisi.
Hope that helps!