I sat down to draw a spy for this week’s Illustration Friday, and ended up with this…
This painting is available for sale. Price: $185. Email me if you are interested or have questions.
He’s a pretty macho guy, isn’t he?
This is a small piece I finished today. It is a 4″x6″ mixed-media painting on paper.
I am putting this painting up for sale, if anyone is interested. The price is $175. Just drop me an e-mail to make an inquiry (my address can be found in my profile).
Here’s a quick look at the making of this painting:
Here is the first non-digital DaniDraws.com painting video. This is a small character painting I did for fun. You will see me use various media, including acrylic, gouache, oil, and colored pencil.
The original painting is for sale. Find details at danijonesillustration.blogspot.com.
Even if one never picks up a tablet or draws one stroke on the computer, a commercial artist will still need to know how to turn paint into pixels. In an industry that is becoming increasingly dependent on e-mail and websites, learning how to digitize artwork can be a great asset for an illustrator.
So, to start things off, here’s a few things to consider when you go to buy your new scanner. Don’t be confused by all numbers and the features. Just keep a few things in mind, and you will end up with the right tool for the job.
Hello everyone. This blog went on hiatus for a couple weeks, but I’m now gearing up to post more articles, videos, and tutorials.
I’ve got some stuff almost ready to post, but I thought I would give you a taste of what is to come until then…