- Kim Sokol, freelance illustrator. I draw things. You can visit my main portfolio at kimsokol.com.
Author Archives: Kim
I’ve been neglecting this blog… a lot of that’s to blame on the lure of the various social-media type places I’ve been posting; in comparison, blogging feels like shouting into the void, uncertain if anybody’s even listening. But! I’ve updated … Continue reading
Some stuff I did months ago should finally be coming out some time in the next week or two, so with luck there’ll be much less lag between this post and the next. In the meantime, just drawing my D&D … Continue reading
ArtOrder’s latest challenge was all about nymphs. This is my take on the topic – the two major inspirations here were the idea of a dryad as a siren, luring men to their doom, and the giant mess of snow … Continue reading
Fell off the earth for a bit post-GenCon… most of what I’ve done since has either been work I can’t show yet, or studies and the like. Lots of studies in the CA sketchbook thread, and the work I can’t … Continue reading
Tomorrow (today, going by the actual clock) I leave for GenCon, where I’ll be hefting around my portfolio in the hopes of finding some work and/or useful advice. I… am very nervous. Here’s a few pieces – some of the … Continue reading
A while without an update, yes, but not for lack of work! I’ve been in serious portfolio-building mode, and have a number of things in finished-but-is-it-actually-finished-how-can-I-be-sure sort of mode. I haven’t linked my sketchbook thread in a while, but I … Continue reading
I finally did a CHoW again! Good times. And as usual, there’s been a lot of cool stuff done, if you check out the finals thread. It’s been a while since I’ve felt like I’ve had a real breakthrough, but … Continue reading
She thinks she’s all ready for what’s out there, with her cocky grin and her daddy’s knife. If she’s not careful, she’ll be murdered by kobolds her first time out. Planning to do a few of these greyscale character portrait … Continue reading
The latest Art Order challenge, and also the art test for the next edition of D&D? I went for the guard option. Got to render a whole lot of fun stuff!