My finished cut paper fish piece!
This actually came about from me wanting to redo a piece I did for a children’s book spread I made in school (the bottom image). Now that I’ve moved away from printmaking, and more towards cut paper illustration, I wanted to see how my old images would look reinvented.
Proving difficult to take a photograph that does it justice, the top image is taken in shadow, and the second that was taken in broad daylight.
Anyone have a favorite?
On this day, June 21st, official free RPG day, I wish to share with you my newest (and first) Pathfinder character Pridwen.
Within the last month I’ve started playing with a group I stumbled upon in Vermont, and here we are sharing it with the world.
So happy Free RPG Day, and hail Pathfinders!
(Oh also he’s transparent so walk him around your screen if you want!)
Here’s some more shots of my most recent piece. My aunt commissioned this from me for a friend of hers, who lives on Nantucket (hence the boat name).
Overall I really like how the waves turned out in this piece. The beginning drawing was…not as fluid to say the least. And even with the challenge of the fragility of the seagulls, it was a refreshing piece to work on this week.