Drawing an Owl for my new upcoming small children’s game

Categories game art, games, MyArtWork

 

This will be my first game in collaboration with my dear wife. She came up with the idea, and I am trilled to finally draw her in game development, little by little. I won’t reveal too much about it for now, it will be available first in Romanian and then translated to English. The game will be for really small children, our son inspired my wife and most likely will be the beta tester :).

I will have to draw a lot for this game. To get my drawing in a better shape I have subscribed to https://www.schoolism.com. I am taking the Environment Design with Nathan Fowkes and Gesture Drawing with Alex Woo, and last week I went trough Drawing Fundamentals with Thomas Fluharty. I will be staying on Schoolism for sometime, since I have probably discovered the quickest way to improve my art skills. They are awesome!

Here is me, drawing the owl from above.

I hope you liked it 🙂

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Abstract #1

Categories abstract paintings, MyArtWork

Today I have installed a brand new program, which I absolutely adore, it’s called ArtRage.

I am starting (hopefully) a new habit of making abstract paintings.

The rule is simple, pick an abstract piece by some of the great abstract artists, and paint something similar, in about 1 to 2 hours, when I get a bit of time-off from my regular work. The scope is to learn how to paint abstract original artwork, but until then, copy FTW!

The #1 is inspired by Alberto Burri Sacco.abstract1

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