I’ve wanted to do a self-portrait for quite some time now, especially one that I could use as my avatar where I post as an artist. I’ve held off for a variety of reasons. One, it feels a wee bit vain. Second, it felt a tad bit boring as a theme. Three, I was pretty sure adding some face tattoos and elven ears would get lumped on the #beentheredonethat pile all to quickly. So when I started out to create a self-portrait, I really did not think it would go much further than a quick sketch.Continue reading “Dragon Warden”
As often happens, when I’m in longer meetings where I’m mostly listening to others, I will use “doodling” as a way of helping me stayed engaged and listen “more better”. While it’s in argubly strange to some, doodling indeed allows me to listen better, not worse, than if I just straight-up listened.Continue reading “Plains Walker, Wind Rider”
Awhile back, seemingly almost two years ago, I happened to be sitting at one of my favorite wineries with my iPad in-hand. As I oft due, especially in crowded spaces, I was engrossed in sketching while trying to ignore the cacophony that is, to my ears, humans in a crowded space.Continue reading “Dragons, Dragons and more Dragons!”
I just added Unigon as a channel on YouTube. You will find videos of my work from start to finish using Procreate.app on iPad Pro using an Apple Pencil. If you have ever wondered what my process looks like, this is a good way to find out more.
Note, my own process is heavily influenced by Nikolai Lockertsen who is a professional concept artist. Further note, I’m not a professional artist. So when in doubt, I’d listen to Nikolai.