The Art of Ryan Francis

The portfolio website of Ryan Francis


Page 5 Work

Here’s another update of the week of my exploits! I’m still trucking along on my artwork.

I touched on another page of my comic during my stream today.

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11/20/2017 Week Sketches

A requested sketch on my art stream.

I have this for sale on my Etsy for $90 until Friday before I ink it!

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11/6/2017 Streams and New Store Item!

My last week has been a decently productive week!

I have a new item in my Etsy Store in form of this radical Aztec Jaguar Warrior!

For $95 you can have the original ink drawing sent right to you!

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Streaming and Stuff

It was slower stream last Saturday, but I’m glad some people attended! I spent most of the stream figure drawing people and animals to explain my process a bit while I refined the design on this OC which I still have yet to figure out a name for. See you next Saturday! 

In other news, I have finally set up an Etsy Shop to sell prints of my artwork! You can click my new Shop link on my page and it will go to my new Etsy Shop! I also have a few of my sketch cards up for sale on Ebay!

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9-25-2017 Work in Progress Stuff

I’ve still been steady at work on my Medusa Illustration. It’s going well during my streams. Again: let me promote that I live stream myself working on this every Saturday! So stop by, because I also spend time answering art questions too!

Another experiment with digital painting. Brushes from Frenden.

 


My Influences and Inspirations

Like any other artist, I too have inspirations. These are the things that convinced me to take on the path of an artist and a creator. Whenever I feel down about myself as an artist or have doubts about my methods, I will look to these as a sort of reminder about why I bothered to start in the first place.

THE BEDROCK

Captain Underpants series by Dav Pilkey– I loved this series and it got me into making comics and animations!

So, You Wanna Be A Comic Book Artist? By Philip Amara – This is a great book when I was younger. It told me that there are actual people making comics and that you were capable of making comics yourself! The book explained the supplies needed, how to self-publish, even what to show as a portfolio! It had interviews with comic artists like Bruce Timm, Kevin Eastman and even up and coming artists like Becky Cloonan!

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