Wonder Woman custom shoe 2 process stage 3. The metal and leather strap was achieved by laying down the base color/flats in the digital world of painting. With the base colors finished, now I build up the values up slowly by going back & forth layering darks, midtowns and lights. I continue this painting stage with my crushes of choice and the technique mention in previous posts for this artwork.
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 my painting process for Wonder Woman Custom Shoes. This is first of the two shoes. The main image area for the first shoe is primed, pencil drawing transferred and ready for the main painting process.
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.
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 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.
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.