Sketchbook Sunday 07.18.2021

July 18, 2021

I finally got to finish the 3-HR speed paint I was working on last weekend. I had to knock off some time from my regular grind to do it. The image was inspired by the latest illustration that Anna Podedwarna did for MTG. I don’t know what it was with that particular image, but it was alluring enough that I had to recreate a similar composition with very similar lighting conditions. Since mine was a speed paint, it definitely could not compare to what Anna has done. But I’m sure if I tag it as a painting to develop, I can get somewhere fancy with the illustration. Anyways, the apples!

“Starship Priests” was based on an old sketch I found on my hard drive. I believe the prompt came from the daily sketch group in the old conceptart.org. I’ve been meaning to color it. I finally got the chance to do so this weekend. “The Jello Mystery” was a very interesting quick sketch. I wasn’t sure how to paint Jello, so I had to look up references for it. What I did in such a short amount of time is fairly close to a Jello material. After ten minutes of work, I was happy with the result. I just wish there was a way to add better highlights to watercolor pencils.

That is all from me today. See you next week folks!

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