Made with the vector pen in the Adobe Fresco app before being imported into the Adobe Illustrator program for touch-up and export.
Made in various styles with different types of pens in the Adobe Fresco app.
The first full illustration the Anxious Artist did in Adobe’s Fresco program, using several different brushes and layering.
Angel Slayer was made through a combination of digital painting and photo manipulation. The demon was painted in Adobe Photoshop, while the background began as a photograph of a cloudy blue sky that was then enhanced and manipulated using the same program.
Lost World was made through a combination of digital macro photography, photo manipulation and editing, and digital illustration. Can you guess which is which?
Concept art for a futuristic robotic leg for a humanoid species and how it would connect to a body. The outer casing is meant to be a wafer-thin metal that moves much like thick fabric. The leg casing and boot are separate pieces that fit over a fluid sac that encases the skeleton and connections. The leg is shown connecting to the tailbone and lower spine, it would also have connectors going up the rest of the spine and to certain organs inside the humanoid body. An alien species design of mine has been used to demonstrate how the leg would look on a character. What type of character would determine where the rest of the mechanical connectors attach to the body.
A tribute to one of my favorite poets, Edgar Allan Poe, and two of his best poetic works, The Raven and A Dream Within A Dream.
What started off as an illustration of one of my favorite classic literature poets grew from there.
In the end, I finished with not one graphic design but two that celebrate two of my favorite poems by one of my favorite poets, The Raven and A Dream Within A Dream.
This is a concept illustration for a fantasy short story done in Adobe Photoshop using multiple brushes and techniques.
Digital artwork created through photographing and then manipulating one of my soft pastel pieces.
It began as a simple charcoal sketch in the Anxious Artist’s notebook just for fun, but they liked it so much, after applying a bit of digital magic, turned it into digital art.
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