This Saturday, October 27 I’ll be at Horizon Comics for Halloween Comicfest. If your in the area stop by and pick up some free comic in celebration of Halloween. For more info about Halloween Comicfest check out this link https://halloweencomicfest.com
This Saturday, October 13, 2018 I will be at Kaleidoscope Music & Art Festival at the Palmdale Amphitheater from 10am – 6pm. I will have Original Art, Prints, Indie Comic Books, Hats, Beanies, Shirts, Sketch Covers, Framed Art and Custom Shoes at my booth. For more information checkout the link http://www.palmdaleamphitheater.com
Wonder Woman Custom Shoe 2 process stage 2. The face and body are achieved by laying down the base skin tone color or flats in the digital world of painting. Once the base color is done, I start building up the values by going back a & forth layering of darks, midtowns and lights. Main technique used is dry brush. The brushes I used for this stage are the 5, 10 & 18 spotter, size 2 angle shader and chiseled blender.
Wonder Woman Custom Shoe 1 is all finished up. This stage 3 of my process. I added the gray metal to the gauntlets and brown to the hand wrap. After all the painting is done.I went back and added a few lighter tones to some areas to complete shoe number 1. Up next will be shoe number 2.
Wonder Woman custom shoes progress stage 2. The face, body, hair and gold metal is achieved by laying down the base colors or flats in the digital world painting. Once base colors are done next up is building values by going back & forth layering of darks, midtowns and lights. Main technique used is dry brush. The brushes I used for this stage are the 5, 10, & 18 spotter, 1/8 angel shader and chiseled blender.
Here is Ant-Man Sketch Cover painting process 2. Started the metal painting stage. This stage is achieved with dry brush layering. Going back and forth with adding the darks and lights. The brushes I use for this stage are the size 5 & 10 spotter, size 2 angled and chiseled blender. The reason I use dry dry brush technique is it picks up the grain of the paper and you get these subtle imperfections that add value to the overall feeling of the artwork.
Here is the finished up Superman Red Son Sketch Cover. The artwork was rendered with Copics, Faber-Castell artist pen, uni-ball Signo Gel Pen, and to achieve the heat vision glow I used Liquitex.
Picked up this Iron Man Sketch Cover last Friday and was inspired to lay down pencils to it. Here is the finished up pencils. Looking forward to adding color to this in the near future.