Only three more cards after this and January is over! What an experience this has been. I'm very glad to have taken up this challenge. I'm meeting some wonderful people and getting a lot of great encouragement for my art! It's easy to get appreciation for the portrait work, but I was never very sure about my own creations. Not that I think they are all perfect by any means but to have the acceptance I am receiving is so wonderful. I never know what people are going to think until I get the card posted. Some cards I think will do well and they are only so so, but others that I don't know about appeal to some in interesting ways. I am reminded daily how hard it is to know what other people like, and that I need to stop trying to figure that out. Sure it's vitally important to know what people want commission portrait wise, but beyond that I just need to be myself and trust what God has chosen for me to be.
I've been wanting to make something square for a while. I tried to make this card using what I know about perspective but without using a ruler or a vanishing point. I figure the creature wouldn't have perfect perspective and would have a bit of curves and character to it. This one turned out to be a duel creature card with the two interacting subjects. I really enjoy his expression. I see it as sort of a mad, surprised, upset feeling. I like to imagine it letting out a girly squeal when it saw the thing climbing on it. lol
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Final bid 1010 credits. This card will live in California with #3.
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