Right now I'm working on two paintings of woodland critters trick or treating! I just finished the first one with a squirrel witch, a chipmunk vampire, and a devilish hedgehog.
|Trick or Treat!|
|Her tail was really fun to paint.|
|I kinda love him.|
|This hedgehog is just begging for a belly rub.|
|The sketch this morning.|
|This is the next sketch: skeleton skunk, pirate beaver, and ghost raccoon!|
I should have the next one painted shortly. Poor Ryan has a terrible cold, and it's made for a very quiet afternoon. In between brewing him cups of tea I have been painting away. For his part, he's spending his sniffles playing Planescape Torment
. It has me wanting to pull out my 2nd Edition Planescape
manuals and lose myself in Tony DiTerlizzi's
amazing illustrations. What a marvelously rich game that was! It was so detailed, and DiTerlizzi made the world jump off the page. Here's a sampling of his Planescape illustrations:
|DiTerlizzi's take on a Bariaur.|
|All of his characters come|
complete with personality (even the ladies, thank you very much).
|I read once he used a yellow|
highlighter for this girl's eyes. Incredible.
|Even the cities had their own personalities.|
I already have to stop looking at these, or I'm going to get sucked into sketching warriors and dustmen for the rest of the afternoon.
|One of DiTerlizzi's Dustmen,|
clearly making her way to a Cure concert.
If i had drawing skills like that i'd drop dead, i wish i could draw like that. i'm 13,just, anyway i want to draw like that so badReplyDelete