“She walked amongst the ruins sketch” sketch Original sold. “Celtic Princess” Original sketch available for sale (includes standard airmail worldwide http://www.ellenmilliongraphics.com/sketchfest/sketchfestart.php?id=10257 Check out some of my previous pieces, there are some still available for sale (highlighted with red borders) at Sketchfest : http://www.ellenmilliongraphics.com/sketchfest/sketchfestartist.php?id=38 Most are under $25, which includes international shipping by airmail.
An artist self portrait as an elf (sort of), a Chinese inspired willow maiden and some space art done for March 2013 sketchfest. Sketchfest is a monthly jam where artists are given prompts, and one hour to paint/ draw/ sculpt/ create a piece.
A pencil sketch commission (something I’m thinking about offering in the future) of a leather armoured female cleric with a mace, and a non-traditional male mage (more a journeyman mage who shuns the robes of office)
Garkun is the fifth painting in a series of character portraits (Includes Vik, Anahit, Lada & Zabava). He’s a forest boy, having seen many horrors of war, he’s taken to scavenging the forest and battlefields, always followed by a shadowy forest spirit). A watercolour ACEO painting, plus sketch and colour concept.
Should I go to art school? Do I need to go to art school to work as an artist/ illustrator?
I’ve seen this question asked a thousand times on-line. I thought I’d write down some thoughts about my personal experiences when I was doing a Bachelor of Fine Arts over 10 years ago. I never got my degree (university politics, plus not wanting to go back and do another 6 months for a piece of paper ).
So I had so much fun on Purple, I decided to use the same technique again, this time for the topic “Lace, feathers, leather and fur”. Again, 1 hour in Photoshop. This piece was all about the costume. I was influenced by some of the great Asian game art, and I love having the chance to explore outside standard medieval costumes.