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Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Work In Progress


So as I mentioned in my last post here I've gotten active on the Concept Art Sketchbook Forum again and created a new thread to share my artwork.

See My Concept Art Sketchbook Here

It's been a good move because it's giving me a new place to share my work and that has inspired me to work a bit harder of late.

I looked through my works in progress (and I have a BUNCH!) and found an old character design concept that I'd been working on for a while and then moved on from.

In the last couple of days I've made some good progress on it and remembered I'd never shared some of the early drafts of it.

With that in mind I'll share the rough initial sketch and then a later version as I was working out some of the shadowing.

Character Design Concepts: Copyright 2017 - Jephyr - All Rights Reserved
Character Design Concepts: Copyright 2017 - Jephyr - All Rights Reserved

I want to keep this mysterious looking and dark and it is proving challenging to paint it and get the effect I want — but I've been plugging away at it and hope to have it completed soon — and when I do I'll share that here too.

Anyway — thanks as always for looking in.

Ciao fer now!



  1. Hi Jephyr,
    I just looked at your digital tiger painting, it is beautiful. I have never done digital artwork and would not even know how to begin. I used to like painting tigers, but only used to do it in water colour and oils. I have not painted for some time now.
    God bless.

    1. Thank you so much Brenda! It has taken me a few years to feel like I'm getting a handle on digital painting. It is actually quite similar to painting with oil etc...except there are no paint fumes, or brushes to clean, no spills, and no paint, canvases and supplies to buy. : ) You said before you might want to paint again someday...I hope you do. Thanks again and God Bless you!