Hey guys, I'll be more active over at my Tumblog, so see you guys there:
Saturday, May 01, 2010
Despite for not updating the blog for some months now, I've actually been pretty alive and kicking. Mostly over at my deviantART account~
So what happened to yours truly after the previous update about Faery Jam? I got in new freelance works and flash game projects, and with my free time I worked hard at improving the overall quality of my art. To let the pictures speak from themselves, I'll post them from the order of latest creation to the older ones:
My personal milestone for painting and rendering solid objects. I've always wanted to at least achieve something akin to some of those better Japanese artists over at Pixiv.net, and so yeah. :D
I made this for a simple community contest over at deviantART. This was a return to painting after a long long while. You can see my older paintings from years ago over here.
My practice for expressions and the funnies. Made for fun, mostly. :D
She's a mascot for a notorious website, and here's her info entry at that site.
There's other fanart I drew prior to this batch, particularly for the all-time awesome How to Train Your Dragon film, but I don't like flooding this entry with every single tiny detail. If you're interested, have a look at my gallery here!
I've been in a high art drive like never before. Expect me to be more active than usual! (though my main hub for now is still at deviantART).
Until next time, my friends! :D
Sunday, January 03, 2010
You may remember this little guy little more than a year ago, name's Wilkob. Here is a bigger picture of the cast (literally)! I plan to develop this once-dormant project of mine named Faery Jam, into a more full-fledged story. Perhaps I might go for comics as a start~
Anyway, as you can see in this piece, Faery Jam characters come in different shapes and sizes. Also colour-coded for your convenience, though I made some minor tweaks in this field. The two in the front are the hero and heroine, Wilkob and Mary Cathy respectively. The rest are actually faeries, though it's not obvious due to my story (except Tom Thumb there, he's brimming with faery dust of obviousness). While I could go on more about them, I'll keep other details for other upcoming FJ artwork.