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Johnathan Bingham
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Sheyla Wolfblooded versus the Flesh Golem. This is another recent experiment in line/contrast/form that I did yesterday. I'm pretty happy with the results.
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I've been doing some more playing around with contrast and line. Here's a stylized necromancer based off the character class necromancer picture I did for Astonishing Swordsmen and Sorcerers of Hyperborea.
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09/09/2018
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Rough day today. Getting in some art therapy and practice in contrast helped a bit. Here's a practice piece I did.
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Fresh from the sketchbook - Wilven the Yellow, a concept for another adventure I have been chipping away at in the background :)
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I've been doing a bunch of art and experimenting which I cannot share just yet. However, I have been doing a bit of research in art that I find inspiring. It always tends to lead me back to Mike Mignola. Wolves of St. August is perhaps one of my all time favourite pieces of graphic fiction - because werewolves! But the two pages below just have a huge impact on me. For whatever reason these two pieces just seem to haunt me.
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28/08/2018
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From Astonishing Swordsmen and Sorcerers of Hyperborea Beneath the Comet.
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Werewolf Banquet for the Astonishing Swordsmen and Sorcerers of Hyperborea adventure Beneath the Comet.
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Some concept sketches for a project that I'm not going to use. They just weren't quite up to the weirdness level I want. However, good exercise to get the creative flow going.
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More mummies! Here's a sequential piece that I did for the Astonishing Swordsmen and Sorcerers of Hyperborea 2e Hardback. I quite like doing sequential pieces (though I tend to be painfully slow at it). I'd often wanted to be a comicbook artist as a kid, but I know that I couldn't keep the pace to put out that much volume. Still, the thought of doing a graphic novel at some point does have an appeal.
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Mummies - I never get tired of drawing them. I am not quite sure what it is about them, but they are a lot of fun to draw. Here's one I did for Art of the Genre's the Portfolio.
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