- Kim Sokol, freelance illustrator. I draw things. You can visit my main portfolio at kimsokol.com.
Author Archives: Kim
It’s becoming more and more difficult to do anything but just draw my D&D characters ALL THE TIME. At some point, pretending to be a filthy dead hobo became the highlight of my social life. I get way too attached … Continue reading
I recently participated in a couple of art challenges on the Art Order blog and WIPnation. Lyssa, a young, dark-haired female mage wearing white trimmed in gold. Very open brief, and there are some really fabulous entries up. I went … Continue reading
Here’s a very late birthday gift for my friend Ben! It’s his Pathfinder character, Rain! I am learning to paint armour! Exclamation point!
I recently discovered that the D&D 4th-ed character builder now allows custom character portraits. This, of course, meant it was time to DROP EVERYTHING and make some for my characters in the 2 campaigns I’m in. It’s a lot of … Continue reading
I haven’t posted any lifedrawing here in quite a while. These are from a session at the Toronto School of Art, when I was in town over the holidays. (I love Kingston and generally don’t miss living in the GTA, … Continue reading
I mostly try to keep this blog illustration-only, but I’m going to make an exception to show off the projects I’ve been working on over the past few months. I’ve been working for the UN World Food Program, doing some … Continue reading
I’ve been working on some incredibly cool design/motion graphics projects of late, but the downside of this is that illustration has (briefly! Only briefly!) fallen by the wayside. The good news is that I’ll hopefully have this stuff done and … Continue reading
Fan Expo was four whole days this year, which is why I’m only just now – almost a full 24 hours after it ended – rejoining the human race. Extremely tiring, but very rewarding! Here’s a photo of the booth, … Continue reading
Supernatural has become one of my favourite shows, despite a weak first couple of seasons, a recent season hovering somewhere over the shark, and an inherent goofiness that its endless angst can’t seem to shake. Of course, I’m always up … Continue reading