Wacom Tablet – My Trusted Go To Digital Tool

Digital painting has always been an important part of me. Technology in general interests me on many levels, and when drawing tables were at the beginning of becoming popular, I bought Wacom tablet for myself. I was still a school student back than, and had to save up to actually buy one! I must say, … Continue reading Wacom Tablet – My Trusted Go To Digital Tool

Garden of Eve – Digital Painting

Occasionally, I like to do quick digital painting studies from some fashion magazines or clothes catalogs. Here is one of such studies. I used a figure in the red dress from the catalog as a reference and added a fantasy element to create a completely different scene. I used my old and trusted Wacom tablet … Continue reading Garden of Eve – Digital Painting

Underwater Friends – Digital Drawing

Recently, I tried streaming my digital drawing process. The most positive effect that came from it was the ability to follow a schedule. It’s surprising how many distractions are there that keep me from actually drawing or painting. However, if I commit to a streaming schedule, I’m more likely to draw that day! I think … Continue reading Underwater Friends – Digital Drawing

Digital in Reality – Life Drawing Sessions

For the longest time, I wanted to make a post about this whole situation with quarantine due to COVID-19. I've started writing multiple times, and every time it would just turn into whining and ranting. Instead, I'll keep those thoughts to myself, and try to stay positive at least in this web space. Therefore, I … Continue reading Digital in Reality – Life Drawing Sessions