I use Adobe Photoshop; version CS4 if you want to get technical, but it does not matter what version you have, nor is making an owl cat very hard. It’s mostly just masking and using nice brushes. If you are interested, here is a snazzy brush I like to use a lot. It’s also good for painting skin.
Go for it!
Nina, Digital Painting, 2013, by Jennelle Brunner
Stomach Full of Butterflies, Collage, 11x8in, 2013. Created by Jennelle Brunner.
Snippets from Level One: Saturn’s Garden.
It’s getting close to being done. There is still a lot of errors and some animation to do. When I am satisfied with the finished results, I plan on making a demo and sending it out to a few friends for a critique. If you are interested in playing the demo as well, send me a message and let me know.
Click to view gif animation.
Hey, I have no problem with making dreams come true. Did it look anything like this:
P.S. Sorry for the late response. Life has been a bit busy.
These are collages amalgamated with quotes from people in my life who are concerned about my career as an artist. These people are friends, family, peers, personal doctors, teachers, professors, and sometimes strangers. I have wanted to be an artist since I was young and I have had supportive people in my life, but there were also a lot of people who were not very supportive of my career choices while growing up. Lately, my optimism has been running low and some of these negative words seem to be ringing true.
Collage, 2012, Jennelle Brunner
Achelois (Ancient Greek: Ἀχελωίς; meaning “She who drives away pain”)
Digital mixed media, 2013, Jennelle Brunner
Aww shucks! Thanks anonymous stranger!