..or not. So lately I've been working in Sketchbook Pro on a Motion Computing LE1700 tablet PC. Before that, I stuck to Paint Tool SAI, and Photoshop CS3 with a Wacom on my "big" laptop.
The following bits were done in Photoshop CS3 between January and March of 2012.
They're not in chronological order, but here goes:
The mushroom is the first digital art I've done in probably 2 years. I believe it was done in Paint Tool Sai.
Next is the Surly Alchemist, a character request that I had fun doing.
After that is a Photoshop portrait I did of a gay-biker fellow. I was searching for a reference for a hat, and came up with a pic of this dude. I dig those leather hats
That was a fun exercise that I banged out in one sleepless night, and I'm extremely proud of how the leather rendered. Also, I learned how to render facial hair, which was a nice skill to store for later.
Next up is Night Lights, which I spent about two weeks off-and-on doing for my wife (she wanted me to draw a forest imp). It started in Paint Tool Sai (because I feel more comfortable drawing and laying down bases in that, as opposed to PS), and was finished in Photoshop CS3. This is still probably my favorite piece of work I've ever done. If I had to redo it, I would simplify my process, as this was the first full-scope painting I've ever attempted. With dedication, and many long hours, I am still happy with the result.
Last up is a creature I did for Carcosa (a role playing game). I was digging the sketch I did, but the final render turned out pretty flat, and I would like to redo it sometime. Or not. Probably not, actually.