Some sketches I did at WonderCon, and me with some really awesome Doctor Who cosplayers. It was a great weekend, thank you to everyone who stopped by the booth!
Thanks so much! :)
The book should hopefully be available for purchase online around May 1st.
I’m afraid I won’t be attending the opening reception, as I’m way out here in California, but if you’re a Minneapolis local, go check it out!
I will be at Wondercon this weekend (April 18-20th) in Anaheim, CA!
You can find me at booth # SP106 in the Small Press area in Hall C.
I’ll be selling prints (including new 13 x 19 prints!) mini prints, and copies of my new art book (pictured above)! I’ll also be taking a few sketch commissions during the con.
The original framed print from my Meltdown Comics show will also be available for sale.
Hope to see some of you there!
Last sneak peak! To see more previews by other artists in the show, go here! http://blog.lightgreyartlab.com/2014/04/animystics-sneak-peek.html
Commission done for KeypersCove.
They’re holding a character design contest at the moment with a chance to win one of their amazing keys and other prizes: http://keyperscove.deviantart.com/journal/Character-Design-Contest-443188809
I’ve been watching their gallery for years now and they make the most gorgeous keys. You should go check them out!
Look what arrived today! These will be for sale at Wondercon in 2 weeks.
I usually just desaturate the textures. In PS, with the texture layer selected, go to Image>Adjustments>Desaturate to completely remove the texture’s color, or if you want a little of the color to remain (sometimes this creates a neat effect) go to Image>Adjustments>Hue/Saturation and play around with the Saturation slider.
Mask basically allows you to control where the texture appears. For example, if you have a character on a background, and only want the texture on the character, not the background, you can select the character and then go to your texture layer and click the layer mask button (or go to Layer>Layer Mask>Reveal Selection) and that’ll hide any part of the layer that’s outside of your selection.