Sunday, June 22, 2008

More color sketching

So another Daredevil surfaced as a quick warm up to the main event drawing of my yesterday. Started out as a 2b lead rendering, then I added some red watercolor, went over some areas with a brush pen (which was odd due to the ink rewetting the watercolor), then I dropped in the background, scanned it and slapped down some digital color and perhaps a bit too much blur.
And now it is here. Whee.

Monday, June 16, 2008

The quest continues

Since the previous sketches didn't seem quite on point with what I'm submitting to do I opted to make a template and tried working closer to size and speed. I cranked through two sheets very quickly, sent them off, and crossed my fingers. It makes drawing much harder. My personal faves are: Ghost Rider, Dr. Octopus, Dr. Sun (I don't think he's a real doctor), and Lockjaw.

Feel free to drop suggestions for characters you'd like to see me draw in the post comments and I'll see what I can do. I'm also open to doing commissions. Until next time.

Friday, June 13, 2008

Fun with sketching.

To understand fully I encourage you to check out Finger Twitchings for the first installment. Mostly I'm tired of typing out the explanation.

With that said, here's the second piece, posted here due to it's slightly more refined nature. For those with no idea who the kids are, they are one half of Power Pack (four siblings given super powers by a dying alien). Hopefully people will enjoy it as I enjoyed making it.

Until next time I wish you all magical powers by way of space horse.

Monday, June 9, 2008

So the bigger gallery website is gone. It was expensive and seemed ineffectual based on both feedback and the stats I was getting through analytics. So until I figure out a new way to post a gallery (maybe a third blog?) it'll just be this site fore more finished pieces and Finger Twitchings for all the chicken scratch.
I'm always open to suggestions and ideas so if anyone has an idea for how I can set up a decent web gallery feel free to let me know. Until next time, I'll leave you with a piece done for a pitch.