This painting is a small, quick one that I made to experiment with coloured light sources. It's messy, but I'm pleased with how that stark red came out. Follow the step by step below to see how I did it! I listed the pigment numbers on all of the paints I used to help you find the closest match in your own brand.Read More
I was commissioned to paint this piece as a wedding anniversary gift for a close friend. The request? To represent the happily married couple's travels around the world in bird form! It's just a shame that 'Birds of South Africa and New Zealand Plus One Robin' was too long a title!
Birds featured, from top-left clockwise: brown-headed parrot, African fish eagle, New Zealand fantail (piwakawaka), tui, New Zealand falcon (karearea), European robin.Read More
Toy Chica is one of the animatronic characters from Five Nights at Freddy's 2. She's not often drawn as the friendly children's character she's meant to be, nor with her beak, so I thought I'd try something a little different with this piece. I think it's a bit of a victim of overworking and muddy colours. I guess it goes to show that everyone makes mistakes sometimes!Read More
The third entry in the Five Night's at Freddy's series released on Steam on the 2nd of March, 2015. I painted this to celebrate the game's second anniversary! It took two days, about ten hours in total, roughly. I have to say that I really enjoy painting dark, dramatic lighting like this, though it can be difficult to pull off in watercolour, and had a lot of fun with this one.
I can't believe it's been two years already! Time's flown, and what a ride it's been! Thank you Scott for this game series through which I've met so many friends, which inspired me to finally start putting my art out there and start writing a story I can stick with. I'm looking forward to seeing what you do with the series from now on, as well as any other games you make. Thank you!
This watercolour painting is a paid commission of Thunderbirds 1 and 2, from the classic sixties TV show about a family using futuristic machines to rescue people in peril! Working with the lighting and colours on this one was a lot of fun. I enjoy painting dawn scenes.Read More