On this day in 1977, one of my all time favorite movies was released, “Star Wars”. The first time I saw it was at the drive-in theater with my family. hard to believe that was 45 years ago!
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.
On this day, one of my all time favorite movies was released “The Crow”.
On this day in 1988, Lovesexy was released. Lovesexy was the first time I was able to see Prince in concert. It was such an amazing concert! This artwork is inspired by the Lovesexy music videos and concert.
It was great seeing all the people that came out for Free Comic Book Day at Horizon Comics. I enjoyed chatting with everyone that stopped by my table. I deeply appreciate all your support with my indie comic and art!! Thanks for your support with all the other artists that were there also. Lastly, A… Read more »
This Saturday, May 7, I will be at HorizonComics to help celebrate Free Comic Book Day from 10am-6pm. There will be artists, raffles, mystery boxes, $1 books and store wide sales along with food vendors. Stop by and check out Free Comic Book Day at 42156 10th St W Suite K, Lancaster, CA 93534. 661-206-7168… Read more »
May the 4th Be With You!! This piece is a hybrid of traditional and digital art. Boba Fett was painted on a Star Wars Sketch Cover with acrylics. I scanned the painted sketch cover and removed the background. Then I rendered a different digital background to create an 18×24 poster with you can see in… Read more »