Picking up the Pieces

I’m sort of interested in digital media recently. Well, I’ve been interested in it forever, but never seriously since I didn’t consider myself digital painter material.. I like wielding the brush and ink freely onto big canvases and walls and splashing and yanking. Pen on a flat tablet staring at a screen wasn’t something I thought I could never have patience for. I could, for like 30 minutes, but probably not until the said digital painting was nearly done. And for a fast painter like me, stopping a painting in a middle most likely meant I’m not coming back to it…

I’m pretty sure you’ve heard that from many traditional painters though..

Anyway, that didn’t mean I didn’t want to paint digitally. So finally I had the smarts enough to watch some youtube videos of people digital painting. It looked doable, so I wanted to give it a try.

I sort of went ahead and tried some sort of samurai first, of course… but it was way too complicated for a beginner like me, so I sort of painted this simple thing that popped into my head.

 

Picking up the pieces of ideals and purposes that someone left behind…

I know I know this doesn’t look that serious. But that was what was in my head when I painted this, heh.

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