Archive for April, 2009
Looking for a photoshop tutorial to colour your artwork? From Sean’s original post, he was kind enough to do a step by step breakdown of the process involved. Red Sonja Colouring Process by Sean Harrington Step 1: This is the initial pencil sketch that will be the basis of the picture. I don’t bother with […]
Sean is also one of the most impressive artist I’ve seen and has done some amazing digital colouring works. His Red Sonja showcases his work from sketch through the colouring process to finished product. Initial Sketch : Colouring : Final Product How long have you been drawing? I’ve been drawing pretty well my whole life. […]
26 year old Jennifer Tanner has put out an amazing series of webcomics! Similar to Puny Parker, this one chronicles the life of a young Doctor Octupus. So tell me a little about yourself. I like bagels with cream cheese, thought-provoking movies, big loyal dogs, warm fleece blankets, Captain Picard, and the smell of summer […]
Emergency Zombie Kit so you’re always prepared. This was so brilliant I just had to share it.
Interview with the creator Vitor Cafaggi. Always wondered what type of imagination, Peter would have. It’s nice to see him win once in a while even if it’s just in his head.
Michael Bridges who previously completed a Heath Ledger tribute piece, has recently finished a Three Jokers piece showing Jack, Cesar Romero and Heath. Check out the progress from sketch to final product here.
Hoa Phong allowed me to showcase one of inked pieces Judge Anderson. This is a very different style to Gary Erskine’s Judge Dredd. His artwork is composed of nice clean lines. Although it’s hard to see from the below picture, he puts a lot of details into the eyes. If interested in his work you […]
It’s been a while since I last shared a photo. This was one I took when I visited Japan a while back. I like how the composition of this turned out, there’s an imaginary horizon at the street level with a sea of people at the bottom. And in that sea of people, you have […]
Interview with the creator Vitor Cafaggi. Any Puny Parker comic strip where Mary Jane makes an appearance makes me happy. *sigh*
Buddy Prince describes his style as “always growing and evolving”. As his showcase piece, he’s using a very nicely pencilled Harley Quinn piece. Unfortunately to fit into the blog, a lot of the detailing was lost. It’s still a very impressive piece. Where are you from? Originally Massachusetts. For the past 21 years I’ve lived […]