Spooky season is here! Inktober Day 6 – Todays #uniquetober 6 prompt is The Batman Who Laughs.
Here’s a look at the all finished up traditional/digital hybrid Batman Movie Poster illustration inspired by The Batman Movie. Overall, I enjoyed experimenting with new different techniques than I usually use to create my artwork. From the traditional painting of Batman and the building he standing on, to the digital techniques used to create the… Read more »
Here’s a glimpse of the digital background painting process taking shape on this traditional/digital hybrid Batman poster illustration.
Here’s a look at the finished up traditional painting process on this Batman piece rendered on black illustration board. It was fun experimenting with this type of rendering using acrylics. next up scanning and adding the digital background.
Made some more progress on this Batman piece painted on black illustration board. It’s been fun experimenting with this type of rendering using acrylics.
I started on this Batman piece recently. It’s painted on black illustration board. In high school this was one of my favorite types of illustration, but back then I used colored pencils to render the subject. it’s great to experiment with this type of illustration using acrylics this time.
One down and three more to go. Here’s a look at Michelangelo finished up on this Batman/TMNT Sketch Cover commission. I started this stage by outlining all the different areas with Fabre-Castell Art pens and POSCA Paint Markers. Then I painted all the green face area first, then painted in the mask area. Next, I… Read more »
Here’s a glimpse of a new Batman/TMNT sketch cover commission I am currently knocking out. I started with pencilling out the overall design. Once the pencils were finished, I painted in the bat symbol and the four panel areas. From there, I masked off the top logo area, each turtle and the bat symbol. Next… Read more »
Here is the finished Batman Red Rain painting from one of my favorite Elseworld stories. Painted with Liquitex paint on Strathmore Artagain paper.
Made a little more progress of this Halloween inspired Batman Red Rain painting. In this second painting stage, I used dry brush technique. I like the way dry brush picks up the texture of the paper while layering the paint. Next up will be finishing up Batman and then adding in the background.