I used to be the proud owner of Corel Painter IX, a wonderful digital art program. I tinkered around with it for a few years, but just as I was starting to seriously try to get good at it and maybe make a living with it, my computer died.
And for some reason, my new computer won't run the decade-old program without crashing. Go figure.
With a recent art venture looking like it would need something better than MS Paint, I would an amazing program online known as Krita. Open source, completely free, and pretty dang good, if a little tricky to use.
So in order to get some practice hours in with this new program, I spent about three hours revisiting one of my old redesigns. The second one I did, actually.
|A reversed New 52 Flash. Simple, but I like how the photo-negative face turned out.|
|Still like the photo-negative face.|
But it fills me with confidence for that commission I've been working on....