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Myles Wohl
Artist | Professional | Digital Art
United States
Freelance illustrator and concept artist.

Portfolio: www.mylesillustration.com
Email: mylesillustration@gmail.com
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Itchy Nose by mylesillustration
Itchy Nose
Illustration that I recently donated for a charity auction. I think this was my first time ever drawing a giraffe and it was pretty fun!

Copic marker on 11x17 Bristol paper.

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Orc Warrior Process by mylesillustration
Orc Warrior Process
Process shots of the Orc Warrior mixed media painting.

Image 1: Sketch. It was 3am, I couldn't sleep, and my sketchbook was right there waiting for me.

Image 2: The next day I transferred my sketch over to a piece of Strathmore 400 Series Acrylic Paper using a window as my light box and then inked it with a Kuretake Brush Pen. It was my first time using the brush pen and I liked the feel of it a lot (but the ink caused problems later).

Image 3: I sprayed the acrylic paper with fixative to keep the ink from bleeding (it didn't work) and then taped the paper down to a board for painting.

Image 4: Using Golden liquid acrylic paints I started laying down some color. After painting I used a Prismacolor white pencil for some highlights and then a toothbrush dipped in black paint for some grunge. As noted, I ran into some issues with the Kuretake ink bleeding even after the fixative spray. Apparently it's not waterproof.

It was pretty fun trying this mixed media technique that I learned from watching some of Jeff Miracola's YouTube videos. I highly recommend checking them out.

The full size painting can be found here:
Orc Warrior by mylesillustration 

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Siblings by mylesillustration
Siblings
This is my entry for the Serafina and the Black Cloak Art Contest. It's based upon a scene from the wonderful book by :iconrobertbeatty: which was released by Disney Hyperion on July 14th, 2015. It's a great story for young and old alike, so check it out if you get the opportunity!

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Serafina on Facebook: www.facebook.com/serafinaandtheblackcloak
Serafina Art Contest: Art Contest

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Shaman of the Wood - Process by mylesillustration
Shaman of the Wood - Process
Here are some process shots of the Shaman of the Wood.

Image 1: Late stage sketch. At this point I've already determined the pose I want to go with and started really flushing out his gear. From here I cleaned up the sketch a bit more just in case I wanted to keep some line art in the finished piece, although in this case I decided to paint over all of the lines in the end.

Image 2: Flat colors and a simple background color. I don't always do a complete set of flat colors, but for this piece I had a few different color schemes in mind and it's just much easier to play with different colors when you have flats on separate layers.

Image 3: A very rough set of shadows and highlights are applied using a multiple layer (shadows) and an overlay layer (highlights). Most of this will be fully painted over, but again it gives me a nice starting point. As you can see I was still experimenting a bit with the background color.

Image 4: This is the final image just so you can see it side by side with the others. Details, details, details. This is the most time consuming part, but it can also be the most fun!

I think people like seeing this sort of stuff, so if so just let me know and I'll continue to post more process shots for pieces as I create them. Next time I hope to capture more stages in between.

The full illustration for Shaman of the Wood can be found here:
Shaman of the Wood by mylesillustration


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Mouselemur Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Photographer

Thank you for joining :iconanimalsoftheworld:

 

We are looking forward to seeing your submissions show up in the Group gallery :hug:.

You can find the rules for submitting your art to the Group on the home page. If you have any questions, please sent a note or leave a message :).

 

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wildhorsesandragons Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2015  Student Artist
thanks for the llama XD
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Wakoe Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
happy birthday!Dork Dance 2  mylesmw Misc Emoji-04 (Happy Birthday) [V1] 
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mylesillustration Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks!
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maixim01 Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2015
Happy Birthday :D (Big Grin) Birthday cake  icon 
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mylesillustration Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you!
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LJEKC Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2015

Welcome to Pathfinder-Art :) (Smile)

If you like the group, share the link of the group with your friends on facebook, twitter or other social networks :D (Big Grin)

I would be very glad of your help w00t! Handshake

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DarkReaperAssassin13 Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the fav. :D Awesome Gallery, and i love your Deviant ID :D
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gentleEvan Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2015
Frikken awesome art!
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mylesillustration Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks! And thank you for the Llama!
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