My car and my dog were sick this month (they’re both okay now), and money’s been a little tight recently as a result. So in order to drum up some business, I’m running a commission sale! All new work is 15% off until June 23rd!
As I’ve been working on Furcifer City, I’ve realized that the “simple” color scheme I’ve been using has turned out to be a bit more complicated than I had initially realized. Specifically in regard to how the color of objects changes depending on when/how a character is interacting with them. So I came up with a little chart to cover the most common types of object interactions that might happen.
This is mostly for my own reference in order to maintain consistency, but I thought it might be cool to share.
Header & profile image I did for Vinicio Olivier’s SoundCloud page. It was a little tricky because of the way SoundCloud arranges its header and profile images. (It overlays the profile image in a circle directly over the header, so if you want them to look like a single image it takes a little finessing. I had to do the dude and the background as two separate images and then they would sit on top of each other once uploaded.)
I had a lot of fun working on this one and it came out pretty rad if I do say so myself. You can check out Vinicio’s SoundCloud page here. He’s got some cool songers up for your ear-pleasure.
It was my friend’s son’s birthday a few weeks ago, and he (My friend, that is. His son is a little young to be commissioning artwork) commissioned me to do a family portrait as a gift. I had a lot of fun working on this one.