I’ve been away for a while, preparing for and then going on a trip back to America, and then dealing with an ongoing problem. Fortunately that problem is now resolved, and I have some exciting news!
As of next year, I will be freelancing full time again! I am so looking forward to getting back to work on character design for games, and also branching out to new and awesome projects. I’ll even have time to work on my own projects again. Ever since I made this decision I have been so much happier, and I hope to be more productive than ever next year!
I have so much stuff to post with this update. I never did get back to my Inktober drawings in all the chaos leading up to and following the US holiday, but I’ve still been busy working with new clients and on individual commissions.
To start, I have obtained permission from Thunderhead Gaming to show some of the previous work I have done for them. Unfortunately the projects they’re attached to have been delayed, but you can read all about them here as soon as they’re available! Sorry for the giant, horrible watermarks all over these. These images are the property of Thunderhead Gaming and are not available for other use.
Here you can see two new covers following “Raiders of Pertalo,” an early version of a Gargoyle, a Harpy, the coloured version of my previous Karitehe design, a Minotaur, and a brand new monster created just for Thunderhead.
I’ve also been having some fun redrawing more of my old art on my new tablet. On the left is a marker and coloured pencil drawing of the Hindu god Ganesh, drawn for a coworker ages ago. On the right is the new digital version, redrawn as a favour for a friend.
I have been working with a new client on a few projects, one of which is a series of movie reviews. While she’s currently having technical difficulties, the first review will be for Ghostbusters.
And I have been working on my own projects. Here’s a small thumbnail of an experiment that I started while travelling. The full picture is a lot further along than this, and I’m looking forward to sharing it when it’s finished.
Finally, here’s something new for the sketchbook. I quickly grew to hate that last mermaid sketch I did, so here’s a new one that I hopefully won’t hate quite as quickly!
That’s all for now! I’ll be adding these to my portfolio page after work tomorrow, and I should have a lot more to show soon!