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.
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 »
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 is a Wolverine Sketch Cover featuring X-23 taking the mantle of Wolverine in the All-New All-Different Marvel line up.
Here is a Wolverine Sketch Cover Commission #2. Illustrated using liquitex and copic multiliners.
Here is a Wolverine Sketch Cover commission I recently illustrated. Created with Liquitex Black Acrylic and Copic Multiliner Pens.