A mixture of Illustration and image composite
Programs Used: Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator
Speed-Paint of process available link in image Description
Blending Blindly: Chapter 4Interview with a Tiger manBlending Blindly: Chapter 4 by Balambao
“Nathanial does not speak of me?” Both white eyebrows rising at my lack of recognition. “I am not titled as humans are, though I am a result of a human and other union. I am a stand in for my father. He can change to a more convincing human.” The muscles in his arms rippled as he drew a finger along one stripe. I remembered listening to the little speaker box on the exhibition perch say that a tiger’s skin is striped like its fur. His eyes locked on mine “Your eyes…” he trailed off. I blinked a few times, realizing that I forgot my colored contacts this morning.
Turning to hide my face I said “I still do not know what to call you. Surely you don’t like being called Snow Frost.” With the loss of eye contact I could feel him shedding my empathic connection. He chuckled, a deep rattle of stone.
“Ah, the name given to my father by a contest winner I believe.
I am a freelance digital artist, traditional commissions will be considered.
Borne in 1986, a Cali girl at heart. I now reside in North Carolina.
I started drawing at a young age and despite all of the discouragement... I worked hard to hone my skills and learn programs.
It was not until I was in the 6th grade that I started getting really serious. I spotted someone in the back of the buss drawing. Amazed at her style I tried to emulate it. The person at the back of the buss was Jamie Baxter . Who has not posted in forever... Its funny how little things change someones life. If I never saw her drawing and got the nerve to ask her about it ... I may not have ever gotten serious about art. I also pass on the kindness she showed, by helping other young artists whenever i can. Of course... I'm Obnoxious about it!