Here’s a fun, little private commission I did recently. Two androgynous figures attached to magnets feeling their own form of magnetism. I’ve been using Clip Studio Paint a lot lately, and have really been getting into the awesome vector tools it has. Right now, the only drawback to CSP is that I have yet to find a set of brushes that can match the ones from Kyle T. Webster’s Megapack so I find myself still going back to Photoshop to add all my finishing touches. One of these days I may just have to roll up my sleeves and learn how to make brushes of my own, but until then I’ll have to settle for using Photoshop as a backup.
About Scott DuBar
Illustrator Scott DuBar is a graduate of VCU School of the Arts where he received his degree in Communication Arts magna cum laude. Scott’s work covers a wide range of lifelong interests including old style cartooning, surrealism, humor, as well as issues concerning human rights and the environment.
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