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.
Wow! This years show started out with a blast. I got to meet and talk with the super cool Tom Bilyeu the host of Impact Theory. I listen to his youtube show while creating art. Looking forward to seeing Impact Theory Comics first story. Then I got to catch up with one of my karate… Read more »
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.
Wolverine Sketch Cover painting is underway. Here is progress shot 1 of the process. The background is all finished up and started on the mask. 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.
Here’s the finished Thor Goddess of Thunder painting in honor of Jane Foster’s heroic saga coming to an end next month in The Mighty Thor #705. The final hydride traditional/digital illustration was rendered with Liquitex, Faber-Castell Art Pens, Wacom and Photoshop.
Here’s Thor Goddess of Thunder progress WIP 6. The hair is all finished up. This completes the traditional stage. Rendered with Liquitex and Faber-Castell art pens on Kraft paper. Up next scanning and then digitally painting the background.
Here is Thor Goddess of Thunder WIP 5. The cape is all finished up. Next up is painting the hair.