I've been messing around with 3Ds Max and Mudbox a little bit on the side lately. It's been a few years since I seriously messed around with 3D but right now I do all my drawings in Photoshop with a Wacom tablet. This is my latest :)
& now...back to our our irregularly scheduled digital programming ;) This one's completely digital....elements of Fertile Ground have been incorporated within ...
Interesting outcome H -- as this piece, Fertile Ground 2 has been thought of as digital -- it's acrylic on masonite gessoed board.
That's the fun of being a traditional artist in a new media world -- you can have your cake, & eat it, too.
Carmen, I was a traditional painter for 30 years with all the chemicals and animal products [ sables are very cute ] and have swapped it for digital. Do miss the tactility but not the cost, the entrenched dogma of misconception of lack of artistic skill required [ press a button = instant art ] with digital art does become droll.