I saw this girl wearing unusual shorts, like a pinup model from the 40′s. So I tried to design the pose to reflect that. I like how she turned out.
This was a quick sketch for some badge art for Comicpalooza in Houston. I’ll be a guest at the convention March 26-28 in artist alley! Come by if you’re in the neighborhood.
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I will be updating Monday thru Friday from now on.
Anyone in Lubbock willing to help me out some on Php/CSS coding on my webcomic website in exchange for some artwork or illustrations? I’ll make it worth your while. I really want a nice site, but some of this coding is beyond me.
This is a sketch of one of the main characters from my upcoming webcomic series Super Zeroes.
I spent about half my workday today messing around on the Cintiq at the studio. Such a nice little machine. I tried out Manga Studio for the first time today. Its a lot better than I expected. It was pretty easy to use, other than a few backwards shortkeys and such. It was really great for pencil sketching. And surprisingly good at inking. I did all the B/W for this sketch in that program. I’m really thinking of doing more of my gruntwork with that. I switched over to color Electra in photoshop. I am still having trouble converting colors from the Mac to my PC at home. I suppose it would just be easier to get internet at the studio. But then I would have the internet… and nothing would ever get done.
I came into the studio last night and one of my studio mates Syd, had brought up his Cintique for us to use. I gave it a whirl, its pretty good. Definitely something I could get used to. I think the colors need to be set on it though, because every other monitor I looked at this on the sketch looked way too dark and too red. This was about 25 minutes in photoshop.
Sometimes there are days when you just want to tear through the jungle half-naked on the back of a giant ape. I’m sure there are laws against these kinds of things now. This was a quick sketch done in someone’s sketchbook last night using leftover airbrush paint.
This was my lunchtime sketch today. I was in a flamenco dancer kind of mood. Although the girl in the bottom corner ended up being a belly dancer. These were fun. I love dancers.
One of my absolute favorite artists in this world is a French artist that goes by the name Bengal. I love his colors and I am completely in love with the way he draws women. So much personality!
Anyways, I always told myself when I started getting better at color and digital painting that I would try and reproduce some of his drawings. I just love how eccentric his colors are – So spontaneous and free.
I took a stab at this one, though I don’t think it was successful. I like what was going on in her right thigh there, and some of whats going on in her face. But overall I wasn’t happy with this. Especially with her hammy feet. I really need to get back to a figure drawing group. I did have fun with this though. I may try a few more Bengal sketches this weekend.