Chipley Design: Uncovered

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It’s been a long time since I’ve done any artwork just for fun. Not for a client. Not for work. Just for me. So, I decided to color this piece using some watercolor brushes. It was so much fun! I think I should do more of this.

Left: Original art and ink by Jorge Corona
Right: My watercolor

Just to be clear, all I did was the watercolor. The art and ink credit belongs to the talented Jorge Corona.

Artist Scott Musgrove's tongue-in-cheek explanation of the creatures he creates:

"I never intended to discover numerous heretofore unidentified animal species and, thereby, turn the scientific community on its ear. These discoveries, and my theories of how they came to be, have won me few friends and many enemies among experts in the fields of History, Biology, Zoology and the Culinary Arts.…I don’t have many friends in Mathematics either. When one reports honestly from the front lines of Evolutionary Biology, one should be prepared to ruffle a few feathers."

This is why you find the best artist you can, and work with them. Katie Cook did this quick portrait of her daughter in just a couple of minutes.
katiecandraw:

More playing with the cintiq and new brushes. Quick sketch of my kiddo sleeping. 
Not pictured: the loud snores and farts.

This is why you find the best artist you can, and work with them. Katie Cook did this quick portrait of her daughter in just a couple of minutes.

katiecandraw:

More playing with the cintiq and new brushes. Quick sketch of my kiddo sleeping. 

Not pictured: the loud snores and farts.