BLENDER CRASHED AFTER IMPROPERLY SAVING A CHARACTER I MADE FOR A RENDER AAAAAAAA IM SO PISSED I CANT KEEP THE ORIGINAL TEXTURE FOR THE HEAD RGHH

still trying to find the right hand painting style for me. i could've just added topology for the knobs but wanted to see how it'd look if i just painted it on like a stage prop

havent done art for a bit. was feeling sad. now im feeling better. but now im kinda just in the mood to do other things for a bit. such is life

gonna add... drape runner? is the word? drapes.. window, bench thing, big chair, lamp, plant, chest, trash can, vanity, tiny drawer, bed frame, pillows, baseboard, and whatever you call the ceiling version of a base board. None of these should take too long.

Not anything special yet. Not even good lighting cause eevee is weird. but tomorrow im gonna do the rest of the props and then start texturing this. Or the next day. I don't know. It's not a race.

i started an environment art project for the first time in a long time. gonna hand paint it and keep it low-ish poly.

I kinda wanna switch from dailies to weeklies for my art but idk i also wanna keep practicing with individual smaller projects until I hit a milestone in prop art. The goal is getting familiar with a blizzard-like workflow for hand painted props. Then when I feel like that's good enough, I'll do dioramas or something.

this one is more crude and simple than the last one im just having fun with brushes at this point and trying to get used to the workflow of tiling textures in krita

okay so im in love with the soft pencil preset that comes with krita

First time hand painting a tileable texture in Krita exclusively. It was scary at first but idk i like the result for first time

i decided to skip fine detail and just try to focus on shading the whole time

I think im on the right track with texturing it. Creating false shading / false ambient occlusion and not doing any fine details

Mirzaba boosted

Spiko The Hedgehog came to life, so I have celebrated this moment by making a documentary game (or "documentarygame" for short) about it! glorioustrainwrecks.com/node/1

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