A spider web graphic that is available. Exclusive use license (You get the web less the typesetting. $75. Use the contact form.
An example of the web colorized.
A long time ago, I did a series of angel eyes, demon eyes, and God’s eyes. I hand-drew and hand-painted them. Then I hand-painted them digitally. Then I started playing with rendering some. This is one I came across and decided to release. It’s called “The Eye of God” and I created and rendered it digitally in 2012, copying a concept painting I did many years prior.
Originally created in 2005, I just found this it while going through my archives and it made me sit back and go “wow.” So I got busy and re-rendered it with the better rendering software we have ten years later.
I like simple. I like minimalism and monochromatic treatments…as you can tell.
Anyway, I’ve remastered it and, went the extra mile to put a spine and back cover on it in case someone wants it for a nice pre-made book cover for both eBook and for a print book.
Here’s the print book cover:
You can find details about the image’s licensing here.
Today, I did something I haven’t done in awhile, which is hand-paint, digitally, a space scene. I had planned on doing more uploads to my catalog, but, after a stressful morning taking Mom to the doctor, instead I treated myself to doing what I delight in–creating art. This is the result, and it’s only offered under a standard license, not an exclusive one, so it’s not expensive, at all.
Like I mentioned, I’m going through some of my files. Here’s one.
I go through artistic periods where certain themes and certain colors predominate. Emergence, originally rendered and mastered in 2005 is numbered among what I call my whimsies. Elegant, enigmatic, and very speculative, I was working on science fiction images when I got tired of doing stars, planets, and nebula, and this “emerged.”
For a very nice pre-made book cover, I add a sister image–that which it emerges from–as a background for the spine and back cover.
After completing my business taxes, I did manage to get something constructive done this week, adding these latest pre-made book cover downloads. They include:
|Sand, Sea & Sky||Veils||Elegant Trees|
|Blade Rage||Drapes||Desert Sand Storm|
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Here's a very old Smiley I made way, way back, and I still think he's cute:
What point of view tends to stamp your work and why? Now, while I agree that the subject tends to define the point of view, there is a tendency for one's own style to begin to dictate a pattern of POV choices. What is yours and why? What is your conscious, subconscious or even unconscious reason for choosing your most oft used POV in a work. Even a sculpt holds a point of view, albeit a very 3D rotational one. I guess what I am driving at here is, what attitude and why that attitude?
My love is the play of light and shadow, the quality of light, the subtleties of what is not seen, or is hinted at, interpreted from what can be seen.