For the awesometastic , who bought me a subscription.
This is Zkada; a slimy, planet-controlling alien. He's sort of adorable in a you-would-never-ever-call-him-adorable-to-his-face sort of way.He loves his planet. Wouldn't you love your planet, if you had one?
i love how u manage to make your non-outlined digital paintings look.....non-digital. as in "i can't believe all this is formed by some few million pixels". it looks like a mix of hand-painted + some photshop touchups. and the backgrnd txture is wicked. i dun care where u stole it from, if u did; it's wicked.
it looks like the kind of plant i'd love to keep as a pet. it takes care of itself, it's adorable, AND it keeps robbers out.
Thank you Yeah, when you work a digital piece like a traditional piece, it's really crazy the effects you can muster. Some people are absolute geniuses at it; they make their own 'brushes', too! Haha, if you master the craft of digital interpretation, I suppose you never have to inhale solvent and kill brain cells.
(though, the smearing of real paint can't be beat, if you're willing to get a little dirty and multi-coloured.)
That would be a great pet plant. Very 'Little Shop of Horrors!'
btw, Buuya. i really love how you can make digital work look like traditional. i sat there for several minutes wondering if it was acrylics or oils, and then i saw the textures credit in the message and went "....'0' !!"
Aww, thank you It's strange, but when you treat digital painting like a you would go about building up a regular painting (albeit, without all the various combustible liquids and whatnot), it definitely looks more 'traditional.' Gotta love technology