My daughter wanted me to draw with her last night, so I pulled out the iPad and did a quick digital sketch paint.
This is what I call a free-association drawing where I begin with a simple shape and build outward from that as a reference point. In this case, it would be the main character’s face.
Opening scene from the book, Son of the Black Sword by Larry Correia, where Ashok Vadal must face sea demons. I drew this with ink pens, then scanned it and cleaned it up some on my iPad with the ProCreate app.
An epic journey into an underworld for the allure of perceived beauty. Upon arriving, what will the desire-driven pilgrims discover at the end of the rainbow? What might the entangled labyrinth beyond indicate, or the guarding sentinels aside the sprawling nude queen? She proudly sits atop an imposing trophy – the skull of a mighty, slain foe decorated with elaborate feathers and encrusted precious stone. How will the encounter unfold?