When I’ve been pushing pixels on a digital canvas for countless hours sometimes I feel the urge to work on something tangible. It’s also a good way to keep practicing with traditional media, which is something that I often neglect in my illustration pieces.
Here’s a resin sculpture I’ve been working on lately. He is about 6.5 inches at his ear tips. He was painted by dry brushing pure pigments and sealing them, then glazing numerous layers of oil paints over top.
I’m happy to say that he was sold to another Canadian artist before he was even finished and should be shipping out in the next few weeks. Thank you Rayvin!