365 Days to Digital Mastery – Day 30: Big Bowl of Brave

365 Days to Digital Mastery – Day 30: Big Bowl of Brave

Today’s Procreate project is an octopus that I’ve titled “Big Bowl of Brave”. I originally drew this a year or so ago, after I got the idea while eating Pho at one of the numerous Vietnamese restaurants in my area. I called it Big Bowl of Brave because either this little octopus is really brave to take a hot bath in a pho bowl, or the proprietor is really brave to serve this little guy. Mostly though, it just looks like he’s chilling.

365 Days to Digital Mastery – Day 29: Majestic Frog

365 Days to Digital Mastery – Day 29: Majestic Frog

Today’s Procreate experiment is a majestic frog. I originally painted this frog in watercolor and decided to see if I could recreate it digitally. Unlike my previous works, I left some of the shading a little rougher and did not blend as much. I also used a watercolor brush for the background to give the same painterly effect I had in the original. Overall, I think it looks pretty good. What do you think?

365 Days to Digital Mastery – Day 27: Cheerful Frog

365 Days to Digital Mastery – Day 27: Cheerful Frog

Today I don’t have a lot of time and needed to create something quickly, so I picked a quirky little stuffed frog. I keep wanting to branch out from basic stuffed animals, but time is short this week. Hopefully this weekend I can get start creating some more original works, like my bear under a lamp. In the meantime, I hope you like my newest Procreate creation.

365 Days to Digital Mastery – Day 24: Bumper Crop

365 Days to Digital Mastery – Day 24: Bumper Crop

Procreate’s experiment today is a little elephant resting his foot on top of an enormous red pepper. In my head, the little guy is a full sized elephant, and he looks surprised because he had such great fertilizer this year that his crops grew super-sized.

Of course, my little stuffed elephant made a great prop on top of the chili, but the idea seemed fun to me.

This was another experiment that I had sketched out, created in Adobe Illustrator, and then decided to recreate in Procreate.