I have a new design up in my Society 6 shop! It's an odd sort of reclaimed image from one of my favorite chapters in art history: ukiyo-e, a.k.a. Japanese Woodblock Printing.
The origin of this image is a classic ukiyo-e print "Lightning Beneath the Summit" or "Rainstorm Beneath the Summit" by the great master Hokusai, originally printed between 1826 and 1833.
|Bada bing bada boom!|
I've definitely gotten my chops on the wacom drawing this little devil. I have not been the most confident in my abilities with a wacom versus my skill with actual pen and paper, but after about a week of drawing this craziness, I'm pretty comfy. Plus it beats the hell out of drawing on paper, scanning, cleaning, adjusting levels, stitching separately scanned sections together, etc, etc.
Finally... courtesy of Young, Foxy & Free
COMING REAL SOON!