Back in October-Nov I did a set of Marvel Premier Sketch cards for Upperdeck. This was my favorite sketch from the set. I may show a few more of my favorites in the coming days
When I was looking through a bunch of photos I collected for reference this face stood out. I am not sure who the model is, but her face is uniquely beautiful almost alien. I had to paint it. Have not painted to much in a couple months so this is kicking the rust off.
A Palpatine study from a photo. Just messing around with technique
This Is a practice and character exploration inspired by a galaxy far far away. As a test of skill I did not use any reference to see just what the hell I really know haha. I would recommend always using reference.
Age of Apocalypse Magneto bust in gouache/acryla gouache as a gift for a friend
These are promotional figurse that will be added to banners and advertising for the 2018 Rugby World Cup
I made this for a friend birthday gift
Here are the the next two drawings I did. I have fallen behind and most likely will fall further do to a deadline
I decided to participate in Inktober this year. I am pretty amateur hour when it comes to inked drawings so this is a good practice run. Here are the first 2 days of inktober
Hela In her Kirby Costume. I finally got some Warm and cool grey scale markers. This was a bit of practice with them. I can tell I need a new scanner to. It left bands of darker areas that are not in the drawing.
Wouldn't it be awesome if there were a Star Wars side scroller like the X-Men arcade game, or the classic Super Star Wars line on SNES. This started out as an inked drawing then the idea just kind of fell into place for a character card. I might do a few more of these.
More adventure in life drawing. This particular one will probably never be finished
Experimental coloring of Loki. Using Kyle t. Webster Impressionist brushes.
The line art and a quick color job of Hipster Doop
I originally started this as a warm up sketch Then decided to take it little further.
Some digital sketches and style explorations.
A Mucha warm up sketch from the other day
This is an experiment in movement in composition. It was extremely difficult to get the leaves to flow in the way I wanted them to. It could still look to deliberate. I also wanted to play with textured brushes. I used a lot of Kyle T. Webster's gouache brushes, and mix of some of my favorites.