I started this series of digital paintings in late February as a project built to improve my digital painting skills. More to come in 2018!
Thursday, November 9, 2017
This is my 2017 Halloween project. As well as jumping off my Sci-Fi concept frames and doing something a bit creepier, I also wanted to test the limits of how Procreate (the app I use to draw on the iPad) handles larger files. The end document is roughly 200 megs and is 15x 17 (unflattened) which it seems is about the maximum size that you can work in with this program. As you get closer to this range of scale the program begins to limit the amount of layers that you can have going at once so apparently the program itself knows its limitations. I worked with just 4 layers which was a bit uncomfortable. On two or three occasions, I had to create elements in other documents and import them. Over all though it was a fun exercise. The concept of the piece is based on a project that a friend and I are working on.
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
QI recently took the plunge and bought an iPad Pro for digital rendering (as I sometimes get requests for color work for storyboarding). I picked up the Procreate app as I've been hearing a lot of great things about it and I agree that it's a pretty amazing app (not to mention very cheap). It's very intuitive and I was up and running within minutes! Below are my first paintings using this process!
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
This is a National Geographic project that I worked on a while back! The agency stuck to the concepts pretty closely! Check out some of my other recent projects at storyboardnyc.com!
This is pretty cool too!
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