Over the last few months I have been lucky enough to have my artwork featured on two different cans for Collective Arts Brewing, based out of out of Ontario, Canada. I love how well both came together and look across a can. this is the first time that I have had my artwork on a beer label and I'd definitely like to do more in the future. Below
After sitting on this one for 4 or 5 months I decided to give a crack at colouring this, as it has been a while since I have coloured anything digitally. The colour scheme I used is a bit different then my usual palette as it is a bit more muted and earthy. I thought at first the colours I had chosen would be to complicated and make
2018 is the first time I have had the time to participate in Inktober, and it was truly enjoyable and forced me to work much faster then I'm used to. The constraint on time (for those that don't know Inktober is when artists participate by posting a finished ink illustration everyday for the whole month of October (or as close as possible)) quickened my pace and I still
2018 is the first time I have participated in Inktober and for those who do not know what this means, Inktober is an artist challenge that runs the length of October in which artist post an ink drawing everyday to social media. It is a way for artists to force themselves to push out work as fast as possible while and at a steady pace for one month.
King of the Dead. Drawn on 9 x 12 inch watercolour paper with Micron 0.5mm pens. This is the cumulation of about 40- 50 hours of line drawing, crosshatching, and stippling. This piece is the most detailed ink drawing I have ever untaken and a progression in different techniques which I feel I am starting to master. This is a representation of the King of the Dead is