Ludum Artifex

Game Artist

At the drawing board. 

#octoberpunk

Drawing. Trying to put together some techniques/lessons into one piece. Check out the sweet drawing board. 

Drawing. Trying to put together some techniques/lessons into one piece. Check out the sweet drawing board. 

Owlbear
Ink, washes, watercolors, gouache, color pencils. Digital levels. 

Owlbear

Ink, washes, watercolors, gouache, color pencils. Digital levels. 

A sketch.
Ink, wash, pencils.

A sketch.

Ink, wash, pencils.

Some recent commission stuff: a page trim for an RPG rulebook (Wizard Battle by Good Dream Games), a cat portrait for an avatar, a logo for a blog, and an animated avatar request.

Traditional and digital. 

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elucidate.ca

Sketching

Sketching

Some sketches and a picture of my new stationery folding thing. 

Trying out different techniques and combinations. Ink washes and stuff. 

Shout out to the Inktober theme. 

New stuff:

CRKT Razel folder & Pro Knot cards.

*quarter for reference.

The folder was really super cheap and I’m fond of the stubby model I have so I figure why not. The manufacturing tolerance leaves much to be desired- almost all the screws are practically stripped and it’s way off center when closed. But, hey, it was really cheap! The blade part is super huge and heavy and can take an edge well (doesn’t keep it for very long). 
I’m very seriously considering removing the chisel edge and making it into a wharncliffe because that forward facing cutting edge makes most cutting tasks frightening or hard to maneuver into. The upside is that it’s very nice with a pretty good handle and hefty weight. 

The Pro-Knot cards I saw in some EDC video or pictures or whatever and thought it’d be a neat thing to learn how to do knots and then also have the option to take out a reference on the spot. IT’S SUPER AWESOME! Tying rope and string is like a new technology that gives me a really powerful and versatile tool wherever I go. Definitely recommend this. 

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