the floaty sheep from Silicon Valley will forever be my favorite designs of anything ever <3
A few nights ago I dreamt that I was blown away to the edge of the world where I clung to a cliff for my life. By climbing around the cliff I came upon a hidden taco shack where I took shelter from the ferocious winds.
Maybe there really is a hidden taco shack at the end of the world…
Hello, Tumblr! For a limited time only, I’ve reduced the prices on my commissions!
The prices are:
- $25 for a colored character
-$15 for a sketch of a character
and $5 per extra character/object in the illustration!
Here’s how it works!
- You send me an email describing what you want drawn. Reference photos are helpful to include if it’s your original character or something unique. We discuss your idea and decide on a price.
- I do a quick, rough thumbnail sketch of your drawing, making sure it looks okay and you approve of the plan! If not, I redo it once. (The final image will look better than the thumbnail sketch, of course!)
- Then, you send me your payment via paypal and I get to work on your illustration. I accept your payment once the final drawing has been sent to you.
- I send you a high quality, large resolution digital image of the drawing I create for you.
- Any image I create for you is yours, for personal use only, but I maintain the right to publish it on my websites and use it for portfolios and other personal promotional stuff.
Simply send me an email at email@example.com to order your commission or if you have any questions!
Yes, indeed! I have a bunch of photoshop brushes I’ve collected from the internet and messed around with until getting something I like. Searching “dry media photoshop brushes” has usually yielded good results for me! A few other brushes are also from friends at school. But those friends found theirs online too. It’s all a matter of searching and finding the good ones! :)
Kyle also has a bunch of awesome brushes you can buy. They’re decently priced and I highly recommend them. Click here for a link!
Hope that helps!
Hello! Thank you! Well, I try to keep the backgrounds relevant to the story I’m telling. I believe that backgrounds create an atmosphere that enhances every action and emotion in a film. (One of my favorite aspects of film is atmosphere!) In this case, my film’s story is very dramatic. The swamp is meant to be intimidating and daunting, so I try to integrate a lot of jagged, sharp shapes and high contrast. That’s mainly where I draw my inspiration from!
Style-wise, I’m inspired by tons of stuff— forms in nature, Indiana Jones movies, other artists, and all my super talented pals at school!
Hope that answers your question. :)