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Some doodles with new Photoshop brushes.

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Costumed PortraitI recently discovered that the gallery in town hosts free drawing events, so this Thursday I went along to take a look. I got the chance to sketch a figure in costume, something that was remarkably tricky to do! I guess I’m used to unclothed figures …

These were drawn using a Micron pen. Then I added the colour in Photoshop, again using a Kyle T. Webster brush – this time his watercolour one.

Costumed Figure

Elsa and LiffeyA quick doodle I did for Fathers’ Day.

Elsa is our new Border Collie puppy. She likes to chew on things! Sadly, not only her own things …

I used Kyle T. Webster’s Pastel Palooza brush, and was so impressed I’ve preordered his dry media brush set. You can find his brushes here.

Good Morning!

A bird who just wants to rest has trouble with a noisy neighbour.

This short animation was made in Flash and Photoshop, then composited in After Effects. It was the final project of my Classical Animation course at Vancouver Film School.

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