I did this in the spring on commission. Pretty large size for me, so it was a real challenge balancing the amount of detail and keeping a good flow moving throughout the image without creating a nightmare for myself. It was for an office environment, so I tried to keep the creatures rather humanesque and benign in nature.
And -- ya know -- let me take this moment to curse the posting editor here, which is frustrating as hell. I've spent half an hour trying to make this image show up properly. In fact, I can't get it to show up properly. I give up.
[ *EDIT: Thanks Davi, hopefully I will be able to remember this for the future, since I always end up fumbling around with it. The difficulties with the interface are exacerbated by the antiquity of my system. ] :P
Airbrushed Acrylic on Paper • 30"x60"
...And a couple of detail shots. Sorry that these aren't very good pics. I did a poor job of stitching several snaps together, the graininess is because I have a crappy digital camera, and I got glare or shadow over large sections, so it's all a bit off.
Some of my Skaven concepts were released recently in the Warhammer Online 2 year anniversary video. I think the Plague Monk concept is probably around 2 years old already, hah. I hope you enjoy, thanks!
I just finished the third piece of art in an ongoing, personal series of illustrations featuring decorative creatures. This one is Asian Walker. The other two pieces in the series can be found at my site and are Mayan Walker and Indian Walker. Mayan Walker is also featured in the latest issue of Creative Quarterly Magazine (issue #20).
Im just entered in my second year of digital painting. This is the first pic of the year
Still amazed to see my stuff surrounded by so many beautiful works. Please dont eat my wolf ;)