Deviant Login Shop  Join deviantART for FREE Take the Tour
About Digital Art / Professional Premium Member Eric ProctorMale/United States Group :iconburninggates: BurningGates
 
Recent Activity
Deviant for 10 Years
Premium Member 'til Hell freezes over
Statistics 234 Deviations 21,306 Comments 516,408 Pageviews

Newest Deviations

Commission Status



TsaoShin's Video Resources

Digital Painting: Timelapse
 

2012 Otakon Workshop: Digital Painting Crash Course
 

TsaoShin's Daily Deviations


Given September 6, 2013


Given December 22, 2012


Given December 24, 2011


Given April 22, 2011


The Creation of Mario
Suggested by Jace-Z
Featured by rydi1689
Given June 20, 2010


The Duel
Suggested by zayyad1453
Featured by archanN
Given January 30, 2010


Night Flight
Suggested by meihua
Featured by aunjuli
Given June 8, 2009

Part of Your No Shirt...maybe!

Journal Entry: Wed Apr 23, 2014, 9:46 PM




News by TsaoShin


Part of Your No Shirt Design

I've been working on some shirt designs lately and one of them was to convert Part of Your No to a design suitable for a shirt.  It's currently up on a list of potential shirt prints for The Yetee!  If you need a Grumpy Ariel shirt in your life head over to The Yetee Facebook Page and let them know you'd like them to print it with a comment, like, or share!





deviantID

TsaoShin
Eric Proctor
Artist | Professional | Digital Art
United States


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What programs/tools do you use?
A: Adobe Photoshop CS4, ArtRage, and a 9x12 Wacom Intuos 4.
Q: How long have you been drawing? Did you go to school for art?
A: I have a BA in Studio Art and focused primarily in traditional painting until 2002. I made the switch to digital painting shortly after.
Q: Do you work professionally as an artist?
A: I am a conceptual illustrator and designer for a research laboratory.
Q: How long does it take you to make a drawing?
A: It can take anywhere from 4-25 hours to make a drawing depending on the complexity.
Q: Do you use custom brushes in Photoshop? Can I have them?
A: My brushes are a collection I have built and modified over years and include sets from other artists who prefer to not have them distributed. Many of my brushes are modified off of a set that Algenpfleger has generously made available on his deviantART account: fav.me/d3im99g
Q: Do you do any tutorials?
A: I have some resources in my gallery on my process and I have written tutorials for Fantasy Artist Magazine. I also have a video of a workshop I conducted at Otakon 2012 on my digital painting method. It is available on Vimeo: vimeo.com/46716744
Q: Do you do commissions?
A: Yes I do – please check my commission schedule for availability. Information: fav.me/d5b7csr
Q: Do you do point commissions?
A: Yes! I do chibis for my point commissions. Please use the deviantART Commissions Widget on my profile page!
Q: Do you draw requests?
A: I’m sorry, my schedule is extremely tight and I do not draw requests.
Q: Can I use your art for my Facebook cover, art feature, etc?
A: Sharing my artwork is perfectly fine as long as folks aren't trying to sell it or take credit for it. Giving me a credit shout out and link back to my dA page is always appreciated!
Q: Can I buy prints of your artwork?
A: Yes! You can either catch me at a few of the east coast conventions where I sell my work or head over to my online store: tsaoshin.storenvy.com
Q: What breed is your black cat?
A: Grendel is a Highland Lynx. His tail is naturally short, his ears are curled, and he has 26 toes. He's basically a miniature black bear. You can see videos of him on youtube: youtu.be/wUCjltrf7cs

For commercial commissions, work offers, and permission to display my work in commercial media outlets please contact me at: tsaoshin[at]gmail.com

Next Kiriban

Convention Schedule

Gaylord National Hotel and Convention Center
National Harbor, MD

Gaylord National Hotel and Convention Center
National Harbor, MD

Hynes Convention Center
Boston, MA

Walter E. Washington Convention Center
Washington, DC

Baltimore Convention Center
Baltimore, MD

Baltimore Convention Center
Baltimore, MD

Here be dragons...

Webcam

Comments


Add a Comment:
 
:iconpootwo:
So I know I commented on your "Lady and the Tramp" grumpy cat piece, but I wanted you to know I am in love with your entire gallery. Keep on. :hug:
Reply
:icontsaoshin:
TsaoShin 2 hours ago  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks so much! Glad you like the series!
Reply
:iconitrakat:
Itrakat 4 hours ago  Student General Artist
Your art is divine!<3
Reply
:icontsaoshin:
TsaoShin 3 hours ago  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you so much!
Reply
:iconreverieenfantine:
ReverieEnfantine 9 hours ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You are an amazing artist and your work on grympy is so sweet and fun. Thx for sharing your brushes. Have fun !!!
Reply
:icontsaoshin:
TsaoShin 5 hours ago  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you so much!
Reply
:iconflomixi:
Flomixi 23 hours ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You really use ArtRage?! I have a starter edition and I don't have many options, but I thought that this program isn't good… maybe I should start drawing in ArtRage xD
Reply
:icontsaoshin:
TsaoShin 5 hours ago  Professional Digital Artist
It's a great program!  I'm not really using that often these days but I definitely got started in digital painting using it :)
Reply
:icon7ewger:
7ewger 1 day ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You are insanely talented! And your Grumpy Disney series is just the BEST
Reply
:icontsaoshin:
TsaoShin 1 day ago  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks so much!
Reply
:iconcrelcreation:
Crelcreation 1 day ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wonderful gallery man :) Your style fits perfectly with Disney movies

Keep up the good work :)
Reply
:icontsaoshin:
TsaoShin 1 day ago  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks so much! Really happy you like my art :)
Reply
:iconshaneprocrastinates:
ShaneProcrastinates 1 day ago  New member Student General Artist
Wow your work is so good! I love the grumpy cat series lol xD
Your adoptable/animal creations are also amazing!

You must have worked really hard and practiced a lot to get where you are now :O
Did you study anything art or did you teach yourself?

Hope you have a great day and keep up the awesome work!
Reply
:icontsaoshin:
TsaoShin 1 day ago  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you so much!  I studied traditional painting in school and I taught myself how to use Photoshop to digitally paint :)  I'm glad you like my work!
Reply
:iconshaneprocrastinates:
ShaneProcrastinates 1 day ago  New member Student General Artist
Thats cool! Did you find the transition over to digital relatively easy to pick up after knowing the traditional theory?

And no problem, its great :)
Reply
Add a Comment: