Thursday, February 26, 2009

Tank Girl Challenge

My illustration of Tank Girl is up on the Temple of Cartoon Mojo blog (hosted by SCAD Atlanta's Sequential Art department), which makes me super happy. Check it out here.

Love, Ariel

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Tank Girl


Tank Girl
Traitional and Digital Illustration

For Temple of Cartoon Mojo Sketch Challenge

Ansley


Ansley
Watercolor, Gouache, Micron Pens, Pitt Pens
2008-09

This is a portrait of my sister, Ansley.
I made the contour line drawing for this work at SCAD's 24-Hour Comic Marathon.
I finished it later by filling in the desired areas with watercolour and gouache using a wet on wet technique.

Untitled Work (Personal)


Untitled
Watercolor, Gouache
February, 2009

I made this just for fun,
because I enjoy painting flowing lines
and torturing my illustration board with lots of water.

Background Collection [continued]







These are a collection of larger background images made with traditional media.
Click on any of the images to see them (much) larger.
Do not use these images without permission from Miss Ariel.

Background Collection



These are a collection of background images made with traditional media (watercolor and gouache).
Click on any of the images to see them larger.
Please do not use these without permission from Ariel Duncan.

Splatter Collage Series





Splatter Collage Series 1.2.3.4.
Watercolor, Gouache, Tissue Collage

These images will probably be used later as backgrounds in my digital illustrations
.
You can click on any of these to see them larger.

Favorite Things

  • bagpipes
  • breaking glass
  • bret easton ellis
  • collarbones
  • grunge
  • miniature buddhas
  • nail varnish
  • skeletons
  • splatters & drips
  • street art

Miss Ariel

Miss Ariel

Influences

  • Audrey Kawasaki
  • James Jean
  • Jeremy Fish
  • John John Jesse
  • Lori Earley
  • Mark Ryden
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