Let’s have some more Moomin fan art!
My beautiful daughter was born almost a year ago and The Moomins have been a recurring theme in our home since. We were lucky enough to be gifted a beautiful Moomin themed babybox from Finland and in the past couple of months we have been enjoying the original TV series together. As my maternity leave draws to an end, time to dust off the Wacom pen and warm up with some Moomin fan art!
Having a passion for icons and design, I just had to turn my own wedding in to a graphic design project! I created this logo based from our nicknames, Panda Jen and Polar Ber, to help symbolise our marriage; two becoming one. I used the logo as much as I could for the day, it was part of the stationary, table plans, decorations and wedding favours. We had a music visual theme to the day, vinyl records and guitar plectrums being a core focus for the decorations and gifts for our guests.
I absolutely adore the early Spyro the Dragon games, especially Spyro 2: Gateway to Glimmer. I need to practice painting more, so I set my self a challenge of doing a paint over of an original screenshot from Spyro 2. I wanted to create an image of how the game could look if it was recreated using current generation graphics.
The original Spyro series was created by Insomniac Games and I highly recommend everyone to play them! 😀
Finally got a colour version of Wurm done. It was an interesting process starting with a grey scale image and worrying about the colours afterwards. It certainly helped me try and focus on trying to get the tonal values right.
I recently played the video game Ryse. I enjoyed it so much I had an urge to draw a little bear themed soldier 😛 I scanned my sketch in and finally got round to working on it. I created this value painting using a Wacom Cintiq 13HD which was kindly lent to me by a friend for the weekend. It was really interesting to use and made line work much easier.
I would like to refine this guy a little bit more in the near future. Try and design an interesting motif for his shield and add some colour!
I was asked if I was interested in making a cover for the game, Miasma 2. The 3D character renders were supplied to me by ESP-Games.
Miasma 2 created by ESP-Games.