This year Comic-Con celebrated it’s 50th Anniversary Celebration. I Didn’t get a chance to adventure around SDCC floor much, but here’s a little bit of what I did get some shots of this year.
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 students that I haven’t seen since he was 10 years old. It was crazy cool seeing him after all these years. All 3 days of the show were extremely busy. I enjoyed meeting and talking with friends and fans.
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.
Here’s Thor Goddess of Thunder progress shot 4. Next stage to finished up is the cape.
Here’s Thor Goddess of Thunder paint progress shot 3. The amor and Mjolnir are all finished up.
Here’s Thor Goddess of Thunder paint progress shot 2. The metal stage is all finished up.
Here’s Thor Goddess of Thunder starting to take shape in this painting progress shot 1.
Here is a Thor: God of Thunder commission sketch cover I recently illustrated. Illustrated with Copic Markers & Liquitex Acrylic.