Happy Thor's Day, fellow watchers and watcherettes.
I've been quite busy this week (as usual), but that bodes well for the Gallery nearing the weekend, as I'll have some bits to post pertaining different projects I'm involved with as well as commissions I finish one after the other (though the lot of them is still quite daunting).
There isn't a better way to honor this day's namesake than posting some vikings and Giants wrecking havoc. So here is another illustration done for the Rampaging Titan tabletop which was recently expanded and thus needed a few more illustrations to go along with all the new items/actions you can utilize with your warriors against the fearsome Giants.
The thing I liked most about this image set is that it was actually a whole different season (Summer) than the winter I illustrated before. It's rare that I get to draw shiny blue skies and green tree tops, so that was a welcome task. It's interesting how what you draw can affect your mood, because drawing clear skies certainly uplifted me more than when I'm drawing those blood-red, darkened battlefield/space backdrops the Dark Millenium of Warhammer 40,000 or FREE MARS require.
I'm also happy at my use and honing of atmospheric perspective, something which I didn't dabble too much into before. The results in volumes and distinction between foreground and background figures are amazing.
I hope you enjoy!
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