Noah's Ark

Here's my recent sample piece that I have sent to Brights my agents. It was illustrated it in photoshop and painter. I wanted to concentrate on the emotions in this piece as well as a sense of depth and perspective - hopefully I've managed this, although it's probably a little too small to see much detail!

1 comment:

  1. This is delightful! I would love to see a larger image, or even a close up of one area if it is possible for you to add another image.

    Digital artwork has come a long way from the early days of computers. I remember walking the halls of Bologna Book Fair one year and despairing at all the digitally illustrated books showing bucket filled areas of blank colour!
    Now look how wonderful digital work is, with media textures and effects beyond that which can be created in traditional media... well not with an undo button in case it goes wrong anyway.
    Thanks for sharing this lovely piece.


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