The Dragon Prince Block Print Painting
After a few days of watercoloring, prismacoloring, a touch of gouache, and some stylistic experimentation, I finished coloring the Dragon Prince block print I carved recently. I will admit I did design this piece with it as a mock book-cover in mind (but it works just as well as a stand-alone).
Unfortunately photos don’t quite catch the gem-like quality I achieved, and I don’t have a scanner bed large enough to accommodate this piece (and since it’s mounted on clayboard I can’t scan it in chunks and reconfigure it on the computer cause I end up with a perpetual blurry spot in the center). Any advice in the meantime would be appreciated.
I’ll try to get better photos and/or scans with different equipment and/or lighting soon—but the best place to see it would be at the IlluXCon Showcase in person in September. ;)