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Fantastic Familiars Vol.1 flip-through

Adult Coloring, Drawing, Flip-through| Views: 805

Fantastic Familiars Vol.1 is an incredibly special project for me and also for many of my fans and colorists. It has been a very personal and emotion journey creating this book,...

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How I paint digitally

Art Theory, Digital Painting| Views: 395

As a followup to one of my recent articles I have been asked to write more in depth about my personal digital painting process. This is not a tutorial or a step by step guide on...

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The Four Realms flip-through (blank vs colored)

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The Four Realms is my first published coloring book for adults. It is a carefully crafted wonderland of highly detailed illustrations that make up a deck of playing cards. Each...

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Passive teaching and learning

Art Theory, Drawing| Views: 405

“Truth and knowledge… arise out of observation and experience rather than manipulation of accepted or given ideas”. – John Locke   Over the years numerous...

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Vintage Drawing Coven

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It all started with a single vintage photograph. One day Dee Myles, Katherine Dattilo, Natalie Tame, and myself decided to have a draw-off based on an image that Dee found while...

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Water color effect tutorial

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When coloring I often create a watercolor effect using only pencils. I like the careless look of splattered paint, but I don’t always have paints available, or perhaps the...

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What IS digital painting?

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This is one of the most frequent questions that I encounter as an artist. My skill level and style in both analogue and digital drawing and painting is more or less the same, and...

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