I’m Janice Sung. This is how I make digital paintings for “Dickinson.” She isn’t afraid to follow her dreams, and that’s something I truly believe in as well. I like to incorporate a lot of organic forms; it really brings the painting to life. When I was a kid I started painting traditionally. I slowly transitioned into digital as I got older. They go hand in hand. I didn’t want to work for a big company because I didn’t want someone to tell me what to do. I wanted to create art for myself. Emily Dickinson was this young, independent woman. I wanted to capture the essence of the character. I’ll start by sketching on an iPad Pro, thinking of different poses that best suit “Dickinson,” and from there I’ll start blocking in the colors, figuring out the lighting. I can go forever perfecting every painting, but the more time you spend perfecting something, you’re not progressing, and growing as an artist is the most important thing for me.