Monday, June 20, 2016

Eau-de-nil Elder - Monsters on Toned Paper - Final Drawing and Render Time Lapse

Today I have for you the finished Eau-de-nil Elder. I previously shared the line work and time lapse for this piece here on the blog. There has been a couple month gap during the creation of this piece, but I am happy to say that it is now finished. As with the line work, I recorded myself doing all of the rendering and made a time lapse of it. Before I get ahead of myself, here is the completed Eau-de-nil Elder...

Eau-de-nil Elder
11 x 14 - Pencil on paper

Original - Currently not available

© 2016 Christopher Burdett

It took me 3.5 hours spread over three separate sessions to complete the rendering of this piece. I condensed that time down to 25 minutes for the time lapse. I know that is a bit to watch, but if it were any faster you wouldn't be able to see what I was doing. If you are interested in how I work and how I draw, this is a really good opportunity to see just that.

Eau-de-nil Elder render time lapse
© 2016 Christopher Burdett

If you are doing the math, that was 3.5 hours to render, it was about an hour to do the line work, to do the original digital sketch it was about an hour, and the photo reference shoot took about 15 minutes. Sometimes these pieces go quicker, sometimes they take longer. It all really depends on the drawing, the amount of distractions, and the amount of time I can spend on the piece uninterrupted.

This is the eighth piece in this series that includes the Aberrant Stilter, Belled Kreep, Corrupted Knight, Dight-Kin, Gray Wanderer, Smokestack, and Thrice.

That's all for another exciting Monday on the blog, see you back here on Wednesday! Until then...

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