tags: kalais, blog, illustration, tablet, painting, x-mas, santa, christmas
Very quick illustration today, one day painting, tablet ofcourse. Christmas starts soon so I wish you a rest from work and responsibilities (as seen below, even Santa has time to relax :) ) and great party as entry into great New Year :)
tags: kalais, blog, illustration, tablet, painting, wip, project, progress, work
Three months have passed since the last post, there was a little stress, a little relaxation, a little creative crisis in my life. But generally, all the time something happens. So let me show some ongoing projects, small samples of work in progress. There is much more and it should appear here soon.
tags: kalais, blog, illustration, tablet, painting, girl, beetle, cockchafer, andersen
It was vacation period recently so there is no new works. There is a lot of new ideas. Before I'll start paint them, little warm-up. It took me about 2 hours. Illustration for Andersen's tale - "The girl who trample bread." I am not sure is this correct english title, also quote below prolly is a bit different.
"(...) was inherently evil, as they say. When she was quite small, the greatest pleasure for her was capture flies and pulling out their wings. Cockchafers and beetles she pierced."
tags: kalais, blog, illustration, tablet, painting, love, buried, suffering, life
Grrr, what should I write here. Love and suffering are so similar feelings ... Balance is the key to understanding life ... Something dies, to give a power of life to something new. Mhm, it is all I got to tell you at this moment. With technical boring infos - 3 days, few hours each day, wacom tablet, photoshop, 11 cups of tea, 2 liters of non-carbonated mineral water. Level up in painting skills (I hope).
tags: kalais, blog, illustration, tablet, painting, chinatown, ancient, dynasty
Mhm, click PLAY (the triangle) :) in player above. Now read the rest and watch the illustration:
"It is not like before. The rules of the ancient dynasties are not respected, ancient tribes slowly dieing. Corruption, the decline of morals and pervasive chaos. People has built squalid lair. And those with more material wealth, and even less kindness in themselves, live and work in glass houses. Be aware, do not run on the streets of Chinatown alone. Come younglings, come to home."
Illustration for digart competition - Chinatown. Graphic interpretation of a song written by Rick W. Schaffer, used on the soundtrack for VTM: Bloodlines (I hope you listening it right now). I was messing with this work around 3 days like 3 hours each day. P.S. The text above is mine, was very hard to translate tho.
You can view all illustrations in the gallery.