I got to work with Growling Door Games again, when they did a new edition of the RPG Chill! Here’s the first batch of character artwork I did for them.
My good friend Amelia Faulkner commissioned me a while back to start doing character art for her website, so she could do character profiles. I love her books, so I thought this was a pretty awesome deal. If you like M/M paranormal romance, you should check out her stuff. Its awesome. Hopefully I’ll be doing more for her in the future!
A while back I did some more artwork for Rick Maffei’s zombie game. Lots more character art, and a couple illustrations. Unfortunately I don’t know his website to link, but enjoy the art!
Here’s the huge project I mentioned. Hope you like it! This is for a very good friend of mine, Jessi Eichberger. It’s for her Master’s thesis. She’s pretty much designing a film from the ground up, I think. It looks pretty cool. It’s about Charles du Beaumont. This is the blurb she gave me: An eighteenth century French diplomat and spy who spent the first half of his life as a man and the second half as a woman (biologically he was male). He had been exiled for twenty years when he threatened to publish secret papers condemning the French monarchy of trying to invade England. The film focuses upon his return from exile into a hostile court as he tries to hide the secret of his true gender.
Hey guys! Just thought I’d stop by to drop a massive art dump onto you. Prove that I’m alive and doing lots of work!
I’ve actually been juggling a lot of projects lately. It’s been fun, but man, hard sometimes! Especially since I’ve been having some RL troubles as well. Eesh.
Here’s some artwork for you to enjoy, however.
This series is for Keranak Kingdoms Fantasy Setting, by DwD Studios. They’re portraits of the setting’s deities, along with their religious symbols.
I’m also working on a Sci Fi game called Redemption, by Silent Spirit Games. So far it’s still in the concept sketch stage, but here’s some of my favorites!
Keep an eye on this project. No doubt you will be seeing lots more!
Later this year I’m going to be working on a project that will involve me doing a 40 page or so comic. I’ve never really made a comic in a serious, completed sense. So I’m considering trying to do a really short one (Like 10 pages max). Like illustrating a short story or something, to get some practice in. Not really sure what I’m doing, but I’ve been playing around with some ideas.
Anyway, I’m considering one option, a little tale based on the English legend of Herne the Hunter. I’d already have the story worked out if I go this route, but I’m not sure if it’s interesting enough.
But yeah. Did some design sketches while I was pondering it. I thought I’d share.
Hopefully you’re not getting tired of these yet. 😉 Here’s the last fashion plate, as well as another character sketch! This is Sister Rose, an exorcist with a kick ass dire wolf.
And to mix things up a bit, here’s a few commissions. (Some are still just inked, and need to be colored!)
All I can say after doing this painting is: FUCK YOU ARCHITECTURE! The angles and perspective is no where near perfect, but it’s just supposed to be a speed paint so I didn’t want to spend 20 hours on it.
Kick ass super heroine!
Super hot Renee Ritchie!
I’m alive! Really. As pretty much everyone knows, I’ve been having some issues with my hand lately. I have carpal tunnel, and the pain and numbness was pretty bad for a while. So took a break from drawing for the most part and tried to heal up. It’s doing a lot better lately! I’ve finally broken in my arm brace so it’s helped a lot. Learning to pace myself is good too.
I’ve been working on a ton of things, various different projects. Here’s a few!
I’m doing some mini figurines for James “Grim” Desborough for a 60s spy game. It’s been fun to do. Here are some of them that I liked.
Also working on some private commissions. Here’s one of my favs, for the wonderful Jeremy Kostiew. Some Exalted characters. It’s a huge pic, but it’s been fun to do. Sketch commission, obviously.
A few other commissions as well, but they’re not really far enough along to post a WIP or teaser.
Also… I’ve apparently gotten into doing digital portraits! They don’t take that long to do and were a blessing when my hand was in pain. Being able to just paint instead of keeping my hand stiff to ink outlines was good for my hand. I did the first one for fun for a friend of mine as a gift, and wouldn’t ya know, my mom saw it and begged me to do a couple for her. Never one to turn down money, I whipped one up… And she emailed it to about a hundred of her friends. Dang! And they all want ones too. 🙂 Who am I to complain?
Here’s the one I did for my friend, and then the one I did for my mom. It’s of her friend’s daughter, Elinor. (I sure hope she doesn’t read my blog, since it’s a surprise Christmas present!) I’m doing one of Elinor’s twin brother as well, but it’s not finished.
And here are some unfinished ones! Baby Victor, and a couple I’m doing of some woman’s father. One is him older, the other from an old photograph of him as a young man.
If anyone is interested in getting a portrait done, they’re 20$ each. They’re digital though, so it’s your own responsibility to get it printed and framed. Email me at JennaFowlerArt@gmail.com if you have any questions.
Lets see… what else is new. Hmm. Looks like I (hopefully, if things follow through), will be signing up to work for Savage Mojo. I’m VERY excited about that! Got some other small projects that might come in the future as well that I’m looking forward to. More information about them when things start happening.
So, yeah… tl;dr: I’m not dead! Getting back to my original pace, pain be damned!
EDIT #2: Tires ended up being more than I expected, so I’m looking to take one or two more commissions. Only thing is, I won’t be able to finish them before I leave for Gen Con, it’ll have to be done when I get home, after the 8th. Still interested? I’m also leaving tomorrow morning and will have no/little internet access during the con, so I might be slow to reply if you email me after tomorrow. But still! Email me at JennaFowlerArt@gmail.com
So, I’m going to Gen Con next week… but wouldn’t you know, when I go to get my oil changed on my car to prepare for it, they notice golf ball sized bubbles in my tires. My luck, huh? So I need to buy new tires before I can even think about making the trip. Not safe to drive otherwise. I barely have enough money to pay for the tires and the hotel/gas, but… that leaves no money for food and stuff. So to try to work up some fast cash for the trip, I’m gonna be doing a little marathon of commissions. I’m only going to take as many as I can finish before the Con. I don’t want to come back to a flood of work. (Plus I already got other things I need to work on.)
Low prices, just for this!
Basically, here’s the offer:
$12 for a one character B&W sketch. Similar to the ones above. It’ll be a bit messy, with some simple shading. No background. I might add a few dollars to it if the character is really complex.
$20 for a one character inked drawing, with mostly flat/simple coloring. Again, similar to the above. No background. Might add up to five extra dollars if it’s very complex.
If you want more than one character in the drawing, or a more complex drawing, it’ll be extra. PLEASE don’t ask for one if you cannot pay for it NOW. The point of this is to get quick money. Also, only Paypal will be accepted.
Email me at JennaFowlerArt@gmail.com if you are interested!