My internet connection died and I was in the mood of making some traditional stuff :3 And I\'m such a fangirl... But well I had this book full of 19th century etching illustrations by Millais, Rossetti and other amazing artists and got reaaally inspired by the \"etching style\".
Ink pens, Daler-Rowney Watercolors & Canson 300 g/m Watercolor Paper + white gel paper for details + + Texture by ~S3PTIC-STOCK
I love it! I mean, I love your usual stuff, but I also really like the switch to traditional art here -- I just think watercolor and ink are more approachable and personal (hence that's what I use ...) That. Dress. Is. Just. Perfect.
Thank you so much! I know what you mean, I feel more "connected" with what I do when I work directly on the paper. I love digital media becouse of its versatility, but traditional work has a mysticism that it's hard to achieve using digital resources.
I plan to do a series of portraits like these with WoT girls, Egwene is finished but I'm waiting for it to dry before I scan xD
I admit I mostly stick to traditional art just because I would be (or at least start out being) terrible if I ever tried digital media, but sometimes I really wish there was an undo button for traditional art Anyway, I'm really looking forward to seeing the rest of the series!
Hey there! Just wanted to let you know that I loved this piece of your sooo much that I decided to recreate this piece using from Doll Divine's games "the tudors scene maker"...I hope you don't mind.If you want to see my recreation of your fabulous work it here is the link to it in my gallery [link]