Read about how I created this work and the thoughts behind it.
Just wanted to share with you some of the in progress pictures I have for my work “Wounded”. This is less of an overall in progress chart and shows more of the steps I went through to finalize it. I thought by picture 3 I was done — but something felt off about it and
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
Often times I think of characters of mine who so happen to fall into the category of “vampire” as more of wild beasts. They’re more like animals than anything; they act more as nocturnal carnivores rather than insatiable blood lusting beings. This may lend a lot to the idea that these characters dislike being called
I’ve been really into coming up with highly detailed drawings lately, as you can see with works like “Decomposition” (2015), and “Neverending (This Isn’t Over)” (2015). For some reason, despite the fact that I can get fidgety working on these, I like putting in the effort and pushing myself to slow down. I also have
In addition to showing process gifs, I often post images along the way of how I start an image and what it looks like. I usually post these on my Instagram or Tumblr, but I thought I would share them here as well. I drew a quick thumbnail of this work in early January, and
So I’m trying to make sure I update my website more often and add things to the blog here, things that I think my visitors will find interesting. I know I like seeing both timelapse videos and process images. Often times I make process images (or process gifs) so you can see how things were