Recently, Ghost in the Shell (1995) was put up on Hulu, and while enjoying it all over again, I was thinking about how different the stylization of Motoko Kusanagi was from the first movie to the second movie. So I thought to myself, how do I see Motoko Kusanagi in my style?
Anyone who follows me on my blog on Tumblr knows for some reason I’ve been really getting into some small looping animations, whether it’s the blinking of an eye as seen in my Worlds series, or the shifting of smoke, or even the drift of snow, as seen below. I took a break away from
Per request, I made this basic digital coloring tutorial in photoshop. I just colored the skin on his face, but I go through a lot of the steps I use for coloring. I go through my tools, how to put lineart on a separate layer (two different ways), different blending methods, and briefly go over
As you know, I’ve been working on my series “Worlds”. While I am excited to show off these works, I’m wary to upload them without them being a set! However, I do want to share with my blog readers the animations I’ve been working on for these works. I’m still working on this set — there are
This isn’t exactly a polished or completed work by any means. I set out originally to do a true “speedpaint” (when you draw a picture as quickly as you can) out of a sketch I had that I liked a lot. Unfortunately I took a little longer (about 3 hours) than I intended, but I
My original character Azra, as you probably know him through a lot of the personal works I’ve created, struggles with a lot of byproducts of PTSD (Including a lot of anxiety and a variety of other mental tics and symptoms). One of those is struggles is insomnia. It’s more of a reluctance thing. As with anyone who
While I was working on getting some sketches down for a new digital series, I decided I wanted to make sure I had something nice and new for 2016. I decided to draw a picture of my character Azra, similarly to the way I drew him in January of 2015. I started with a colored