Random shit about creating artwork that sells.
Well, shit. And nope, this is not a shrug to justify the sociopolitical state of the world, nor a comment on what we—as humans—have become. In fact, this is the truth; the gist of most of our lives; two words to explain it all! Anyway, long story short, earlier this month, […]
Yeah, been terribly slow at this whole updating-the-blog thingy. But well, I keep posting stuff on my Patreon now. In fact, that’s the best place to hang out these days. BTW, my patrons are getting a hi-res version of this painting as this week’s reward. Just so you know. 😉 […]
Fan art or fanart are artworks created by fans of a work of fiction (generally visual media such as comics, movies, television shows, or video games) and derived from a character or other aspect of that work. As fan labor, fan art refers to artworks that are neither created nor […]
Once upon a time I decided to paint a Thor poster, with the Norse God of Thunder as a frog! To be clear, I was thinking about the Marvel comics’ version of Thor, and not the mythological version. And in case you don’t know, there are a few versions of Frog-Thor […]
Being original is a big deal, right? I know. We artists often try to be original, and boy do we try hard! Because that’s what we are supposed to do: We are artists, we must be original! We must be different! Actually, nope. We are different enough already, we don’t have to worry […]
In recent news, I got this super small, and by far the cheapest, wacom tablet—Wacom One, to experiment with digital paintings. Not sure if Wacom still manufacturing them, but they are available on Amazon for about Rs. 4300 INR / $64 USD. If you’re somewhat serious about digital painting you […]
First post, woot! And I thought what better way to start a blog thingy than to talk about a crowdfunding platform! I know, right? So, here’s super quick post about Patreon, a crowdfunding platform that has grown a lot in the past three years. And it’s about time that you should use […]