Another test canvas for the Takashima Extraction. Mostly black and white, but with limited colors for pop.
Hi art friends. This weekend, I dug out the patterns and fabric to use for the new Al Keaton, my Elfdoll K. I used the Gracefairy pattern "The Poet" for 60 cm male dolls and the Mandarin Jacket from the BJD Obyraium book. The fabrics were a plaid woven fabric and one of Bill's lovely … Continue reading Keaton 2.0 Costume finished
Today is a Takashima Extraction project post to bring together my new elements for Al Keaton, the protagonist of The Takashima Extraction. If you're keeping track, you will recall that after taking a photo of my Dollshe Grown Saint and Dollstown Elf Jun together, I realized these 2 dolls were not going to work for … Continue reading Kaneda as Keaton
Reworking a favorite canvas so the background makes more sense.
Hi art friends. This weekend demonstrated why I have trouble going full digital with my art: migraines. Still getting them. Thanks menopause. Needing to be creative today, I pulled out my character sketchbook, Derwent inktense pencils and pulled together Al Keaton's character sheet. The rest of today will be to design 2 other of the … Continue reading Al Keaton character design
Discussion of a test digital canvas showing 2 character's first meeting.my cyberpunk story.
Portrait of a technomancer, Cassie, in my cyberpunk visual story, as she enters the Matrix.
Portrait of Ginger, a street samurai in my cyberpunk visual story.
Portrait of Kaneda, one of the technomancers in my cyberpunk visual story.
Hi ho, art friends. I've been flitting around with my art projects lately. A little art journaling, a little junk journaling, a little photocolaging. Today, I took out a couple dolls, took some photos and created this nice character study for another project I'm working on. This is my Dollshe IM Hound, open eyed. I … Continue reading Technomage Hound