Centipede Demon

Centipede Demon
11″ x 9″
Ink and digital colour

I just finished coloring this drawing. The actual ink was done earlier in the year. Over the last few days I’ve been focused on digital coloring.  My motivation for stepping outside of my usual analog mode of working (painting and drawing) came from looking at the works of some other artists: Moebius, Mignola and Tomine. What attracted me was the use of flat color. For that reason I set myself a single guideline, which was to severely limit any 3D modeling. The “feel” is certainly different from what I am used to but I can see a lot of intriguing possibilities.

In other news, the of Beauties and Beasts exhibition is still on at Clement Art in Troy, New York. My piece Pins is in the show along with brilliant collection of works by other artists. Gallery owner and artist, Jon Gernon, has posted photographs from the show. Of Beauties and Beasts continues for another seven weeks.

For those that might be interested, I have opened a Behance account. Behance is Adobe’s portfolio site.

I have continued to add to my new photo blog Nocturnalogic. I started this photo blog a couple of weeks ago as a way to celebrate nature and biodiversity at the micro level. Armed with my Canon Rebel and macro lens I venture into my back garden (for the most part) and photograph whatever I happen to come across. I try to post to the blog every couple of days.

Circumstance this year were not favorable for me to attend FanExpo in Toronto, but I am already making plans for next year. We have some good ideas for our table merch. I’ll keep you posted!

Finally, I hope to have some news about some book projects coming up in the near future, so stay tuned.

– Richard.

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