So I realize my idea to draw a buncha stuff at suggestion flopped, but understand that this is for a very... pony related reason.
Ponies have taken over. Not here, but on my tumblr. Ponies, man. You can check out my Ask Flight Feather
pony blog at the link. ♥
In other news, I am once again open for Commissions, both Points and Paypal. Check out my front page, down on the left, for more info. If you have any questions about commissions, please send me a note and I'll answer in a timely manner. ♥
These will be done up in my new favorite art program, Paint Tool Sai. Seriously, I suggest you guys go check it out. It's amazingly simple to use and figure out and an amazing help to artists who use mice rather than tablets. ♥
I'll also be adding in a new Feature Feature! That is, every month I'll update my journal with new features that will be included for one whole month in every journal update in between. These will be images that I adore personally, or other deviations that I've come to love. I suggest reading to the bottom of this one to see the first featured awesomeness. ♥
Finally, I leave you with a question to answer;
Featured Deviations of April!
This month, we're looking at Digital works!
Some amazing detail in each of these works!
The first is *Kiriska
's Place to Call Home
, featuring a pack of Luperci (werewolves) traveling with their steeds in the wake of The Fire that consumed hundreds of miles of territory, leaving the packs without a home. In honor of the anniversary of the event. Kiri once again leaves us all in awe at how emotionally inspiring her peices can be! You can view more of Kiriska's amazing works over on her website, too! [link]
The second feature is *OrcaOwl
's Incandescence ver. 2, which shows us brilliant use of color and lighting. I'd just like to point out how expertly detailed in all the right spots this work is, drawing the viewer's attention directly into the face and pool but making you look again to see the castle in the background and the soft hue of light off the mushrooms. Brilliant. Well done. 10/10!
The next work takes detail and imagination to a whole new level. ~Akiman
shows us in life-like fantasy how beautiful fearsome can be. This artist clearly knows how to work light and color together to create not just a picture or a painting, but a scene of awe-inspiring realism out of something by the imagination. Astounding. 10/10!
Next month's features will be Traditional Art! Suggestions are welcome!