I haven’t had a chance to share this with you yet. Here’s the finished painting of Coco’s Miguel on Strathmore Toned Paper. Used a combo technique of Liquitex paint, Copic Marker, and Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Pens.
Haven’t had a chance to share this yet. Here’s the progress shots of my Deadpool painting from my 2018 Xmas Card that was sent out to friends, fans and family.
OH SNAP! HOLD ON TO YOUR CHANGAS, it’s time for this naughty little stocking stuffer to unleash his intensely satisfying Bea-Arthur lovin’ 50,000 Bajigowatts of Awesome Holiday Cheer!!!
You have a chance to win my Kanan Jarrus and Fifth Brother original art and other cool prizes while helping out the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Donate by 12pst this Sunday, December 9th. The raffle drawing will be around 1pst. Every $5 donated is an entry. Every $25 you get a bonus one. To enter raffle here https://www.extra-life.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.search&filter=participant&searchTerm=barrel+age
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.
Here is the Ant-Man Sketch Cover finished painting. For the final stage of this sketch cover painting I worked on the finished black part of the costume. Then went back to the helmet and finished up all the red areas. Lastly, I painted the red parts of the costume. The brushes I used for this stage are the size 5 & 10 spotter, size 2 angle shader and chiseled blender. I continued wit the dry brush technique that I talked about in previous posts. Dragging the paint with dry brush also achieves a satin feel to the painting.
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’s the finished up Sinestro Sketch Cover and the last step to my process. This is my favorite part of the process, adding all the little things that bring the artwork together. I add yellow to the energy with marker and acrylic using dry brush. For the ring power glow I use the same technique. Plus I went back to enhance the in the eyes.
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.
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.