Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Team Avatar Colors WIP

Close to being close I can taste it!!! :P

Friday, August 24, 2012

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Hulkling & Wiccan WIP

Preview of another poster for BCC...

Friday, August 17, 2012

X-Men Minis


 © Gambit, Cyclops, Archangel, Wolverine property of Marvel 

Friday, August 10, 2012

WIP: X-Men Minis

Grrrr, didn't get to finish this tonight but almost there. Gotta figure out how to put that "X" in the BG and add some special effects to Archangel's wings and Wolverine's slash marks.
Workings for another poster. Hopefully to be completed next week.

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

X-Women Minis: The Process

Here is a look from start to finish of the X-Women Minis Poster:

 STEP 1: I did this quick thumbnail, just laying out the characters and arranging all the elements on the page. I haven't been drawing in a while so I wanted to draw something simple enough and fun but also something I could really add details too.

 STEP 2: Here I looked up the 90's costumes of these characters. Wasn't really concerned with the poses I was going to use but more just getting the look and outfits for them.

 STEP 3: First I laid out the pencils and once I was happy with it inked the figures to finalize.

 STEP 4: So the plan was to do the background and powers using watercolors. This was the first layer of watercolors...takes lots of patience to work with.

 STEP 5: After the first layer dried I then applied the following layers. Starting to build up that Phoenix bird.

 STEP 6: All the powers completed, decided to add storm clouds on the bottom of the page to contrast the Phoenix up above. 

 STEP 7: Filled in the rest of the background. Had a lil accident and spilled black ink over some of Rogue and Storm but thankfully it's nothing Photoshop won't be able to fix. Now done with the watercolors part.

 STEP 8: Next was coloring the figures with COPIC MARKERS! Love them so much <3 p="p">

STEP 9: Scanned it into Photoshop, adjusted the colors, added the text and the big "X" to go in the background and voila! a finished piece. Simple enough right? ;)