I’ve been meaning to post this earlier, but been busy knocking out commissions and working on my indie comic magazine. I have 3 pieces of artwork on display at the Generations Art Exhibit which is currently running now through Monday, October 29. Everyone’s artwork on display can be seen at Legacy Commons and Palmdale Playhouse.
Ant-Man Sketch Cover Painting is underway. Here’s the beginning process. I masked off the Ant-man with tracing paper and painter tape. Next I layered the paint background with sponges, cheap $1 paint brushes and Liquitex Freestyle Splatter Brushes.
Here is a Deadpool Sketch Cover pencils all finished up. Hoping to add paint to this between current projects.
Here is the finished Partyman 2.0 an exclusive art piece for my art gallery exhibit “The Unique Realm of Pepe Melan” which started yesterday with an opening reception at the Palmdale Playhouse. I throughly enjoyed talking about the process, technique and time it takes to create piece of my artwork. I am very honored, humbled and deeply appreciate everyone who took the time to attend the opening reception! Your support means the world to me, Thank you!!
The Art Gallery Exhibit runs from May 3 – July 8, 2018. For more information, please check here http://www.palmdaleplayhouse.com
Here is the Rocket & Groot finished pencil donation art for this years PADRE Fashion Show Silent Auction coming up in May. Next up the toning and inking stage.
PADRE Foundation (Pediatric-Adolescent Diabetes Research and Education) plays a critical role in the education and support of children with diabetes and their families. For more info about PADRE Foundation please check here: https://www.padrefoundation.org
Here’s the Wolverine Sketch Cover painting all finished up. This was a WonderCon pre-ordered Sketch Cover. Rendered with Faber-Castell Pens and Liquitex.
Wolverine Sketch Cover painting progress shot 3. Cover is almost finished up. My brushes of choice with dry brush technique are chiseled and flat size 2 & 4 brushes and spotter 18, 10, 5 size brushes. Rendered with Faber-Castell Art Pens and Liquitex Paint.
I will be at WonderCon this weekend. I’ll have original art, prints, buttons, My Indie Comic Magazine & T-shirts at Table C-56.
Wolverine Sketch Cover painting progress shot 2. The main technique used is dry brush. It’s how I get that pastel feel in my painting. Rendered with Faber-Castell Art Pens and Liquitex Paint.
In between projects I will pencil out a sketch cover that I will eventually paint when my schedule permits. Here is the Tony Stark Sketch Cover pencils all finished up and ready for paint in the future.