By Justin Gerard
Last post I showed a few drawings for the St. George Show for Gallery Nucleus.
Drawing on Bristol
For the first of the pieces I decided to paint a traditional version of the piece using the Rackham/Dulac watercolor and ink manner. I've always really enjoyed working in this way. William Stout recently did a great Write Up
on the method. He gives a really solid and helpful overview of the process.
St. George and the Dragon
Watercolor and Ink
But because I am a glutton for punishment I decided to also paint a digital version of this piece as well. Next post I will show the digital version and go into a little of the process I use when working digital directly from pencil.
Also, speaking of Gallery Nucleus, they will be releasing a limited print run of the "There He Lay" Print from the Hobbit series. Visit www.gallerynucleus.com to check it out.
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