This was a rough for a digital painting I wanted to do. I started to use Corel Painter, but once I had to reformat my computer I lost the program and never bought it again. Guess I got to bring it into photoshop now.
This was a doodle I started while I had some downtime at work. I started to add little parts here and there. Over many shifts, I created my daydreams and ideas that I wanted to play with. The sun was similar to that featured in my Tattooed Lady.
This was done at a dentist office. Also waiting for a while. So once again, I reached for a magazine and started doodling. I wanted to fill more of the card, but never got around to do it. More may come…
I started this doodle at the doctor’s office. I waited a while. So I took out a Business Reply Mail from a Field and Stream magazine and just started down the doodle rabbit hole. I wasn’t quite finished with it by the time I was called. I took it home and added a couple of
This was a doodle I did while waiting for some friends at the bar. I showed up about 30 minutes early and asked the waiter for a pen and started doodling on my napkin. It just all flowed out and I liked it so much I kept it.
This started as a doodle I did during a Figure Drawing class. One day I was tired of the same old routine. So instead, I started with the figure like normal, but instead of shading her in I filled her figure with random scenes. It was rough, but I liked the idea. Later on, for
I once wanted to learn the art of graffiti and calligraphy. I decided to make Xenith my tag name. Xenith came from my gamer tag that I used when I played various video games. I realized that I wasn’t going to risk getting arrested for the art. So, I realized I was just my graffiti