Posted on August 28, 2011
I’m currently doing free sketch requests on Deviant Art to celebrate having over 100 watchers (a.k.a. followers) These are the first 2 I’ve done so far, enjoy! If you want to swing by DA, go to http://stoskri.deviantart.com
Posted on August 21, 2011
So apparently I’m in the middle of a fairy funk. I genuinely had no intentions of drawing any more fairies, but my fiance liked my last fairy so much she wanted me to make a couple of fairies having their wedding dance (yea, I know, sappy as hell and totally opposite of the muscley barbaric meat-heads and scantily clad heroins I usually do). Which brings me to a funny thought I had… what if this stuff got me noticed and suddenly I became known as the guy who paints pretty fairy weddings….
Oh God I think I just threw up in my mouth a little… lol, anyways I’m not really that bent out of shape about it, the painting turned out great…I’m just glad the fairy phase is over…or is it?
Posted on August 10, 2011
Not all fairies are cute and friendly… some are out for blood. The Nyxie are dark fairies who breed in densely packed rott-weed. They are mischievous, devious, and seductive, but if you fall for their cutesy ruse, you will die within seconds from their poison tipped thorns.
Decided to start experimenting with some “comic book” style inking and airbrushing, was fun!
Posted on July 28, 2011
A Tibetan Monastery on a beautiful hillside. Took about 5 or 6 hours to paint because I was trying to move quick but haven’t done many landscapes, and this is the first digital landscape I’ve done.
All images rights reserved Clark Illustrations 2011
Special thanks to whoever took the reference photo I used for the painting
Posted on July 21, 2011
So if you know Preston Miller, he was the reference for this, he’s the guy shown below the Orc.
Seriously, no matter who you are or what you like, Orcs are badass, and this one is no exception. Sketched in PS CS5 in around 1hr
Posted on July 10, 2011
Well it’s literally been like 3 or 4 years since I’ve had a life drawing class, but I found a really nice small get-together that meets every weekend for only $10! I’ve realized I need to go back to practicing more fundamentals, such as life drawing, still lives, and other various studies in order to improve my paintings, so you’ll be seeing more sketching and studies for the next few weeks or months. Hope you enjoy, her name is ReAya, and she’s fantastic! (The longer poses and nicer drawings are at the bottom) By the way, these were all done with a .7 mechanical pencil.
Posted on July 9, 2011
A caricature of my Grandma for her Birthday, about 2-3 hours 🙂
Posted on July 4, 2011
So since I did an awesome D&D character concept for my Mom on Mother’s Day, of course I had to do an EVEN AWESOMER one for Father’s Day for my dad. Not because I’m playing favorites, but because I wasn’t able to start it in time, so now the painting is super epic awesomeness because I’m late & ma pappa deserves it, even if we do get on each others nerves a lot 🙂
Posted on June 26, 2011
Well here is the last of the Keeper’s for my fiance Jess’s novel, next will be the main protagonists and antagonist. I think I’ve spent more time and effort on this painting than any painting prior, it had to have taken around 15-20 hours total. Yay I can move again! But this chair is sooo comfy….
Posted on June 14, 2011
While I’m not of liberty to give any info on this Children’s Book yet, I can say that it is really cool and the client I’m doing the work for is a very generous and awesome guy to work with!
Posted on May 30, 2011
Another character concept I created for the “Keepers” of my fiance’s book (the book still in progress, just like my paintings)
The Dylandi are underwater folk with powerful control over all things liquid. Stay tuned for more Keeper character concepts!
Posted on May 29, 2011
…and now I’m permanently inked 🙂