If it's not too much trouble, I wanted to ask you about a few of your drawings, specifically the link and sarah pictures that look like they were draw with color pencils but are done in PS. I was curious mostly how you kept your lineart. I noticed that it was a sketch that you drew and then scanned it. I suppose it's weird to ask, but I'm really curious because I really like how they turned out. Hope I'm not bugging you.

After I scan the lineart and open it in photoshop, it’s placed on the background layer by default. I duplicate that layer (Ctrl + J) and fill the background layer with white, leaving the lineart on the top. Then I set it as Multiply or Color Burn, and add colors on layers below it!

  · Update

I’m away from home for the month so I haven’t been posting much. I’ve been working on a number of commissions but I won’t be able to post them. I’ll get back to personal art once I’m back home next month :] Sorry for the absence!


It felt wrong not to draw something for him, given how much joy he brought others.

The Zelda fandom lost a great man today. Sending strength and light to his family, especially his daughter, zeldawilliams


When I was upset or suffering from a terrible day, nothing cheered me up more, even for a minute, than watching this man’s films or watching his interviews online. There is no way you could not laugh or crack a smile and his comedic nature. Thank you Robin. 

How big, pixel wise, do you make your digital paintings for printing? Sorry if this has been asked before. xD;

Very big, haha. I usually start with something around 3500 x 4960, and most of the time go bigger. If it’s a full body, for example, I use a bigger size since the face and the rest are smaller than if I were working on a portrait. I work on a big canvas not only in case I want to print it, but also because you need that big size to paint comfortably and add enough details. Working on a small canvas is a nightmare, believe me.

An animatic that I might turn into a short animation at some point in the future.

Sketch commission for gulaghar!

Process and details of this piece.

Forgot to tell you guys that I’m also on DrawCrowd! It’s a really fun site full of amazing art, you should check it out :)

I imagine Saria would feel at peace taking walks through the Lost Woods.