Fun drawing for a student paper.
The article is about documenting a life from two perspectives, keeping up appearances, and the joys of being fake. =D
pencil on gessoed pannel, scanned, and mutilated in painter.
Watercolor on Canson multi media paper. The stuff rocks.
Repost of a painting I've thrown up on my Deviant Art page. About a week after posting, one of the dudes I watch who watches me too went on a "punk" rant. Seemed he was somewhat upset that the term "punk" had lost it's meaning.
Best thing to do? Invent a new word.
(which I think is the sound of someone posting; if not, it should be.)
A quick blue pencil drawing that I really like. Trying to break out some comic book hero designs.
My bro put me in his blog. Which is, if you haven't seen it, awesome.
He talked about some "Commander Mark's Draw Squad" that we watched as kids. And about some an art class that we attended waaay back in the day. I still have the sketchbook from that class.
Anyway, check out his blog, it's a great read.
If I fell into the artist side of super creativeness. He fell even deeper into the writer side of it.
What are you still doing here, go check out his blog!
Which was kind of hard. There was a couple of points where I wasn't too sure what I was going to do next. I knew I liked the color scheme, and I wanted to keep the expressions as unchanged as I could. But then I was also aware that something wasn't working with Yuri (the blue haired one.) So, I threw up a couple of layers and went back to work. I softened some edges, refined a bit of the background, and fiddled around a lot with the shine on the boots. So, is this the final version? For now. And this is a good thing, I couldn't bring myself to move on to another project until I was done with this.
The thing that makes me laugh here, is that I published the previous version to my Deviant Art account and got a very warm reception. The... politics of posting a more improved version right after a popular posting has me mystified. I'm not too sure what comes next. I tell you, that's half the reason I keep this blog going. I can be very frank about what I post, where I think there's a bit of ... decorum (?) to deviant art posting. Of course, this could be me making up rules that don't exist.
Also, I know that Piya can't access my Deviant art page from his work. So, maybe part of it's making life easy on him. /shrug.
Ok, I totally had too much fun doing this image. And look, it even has a background. One of the first sets of "Chicks with Guns" this is more or less an homage piece.
Sketched out first with a Bic blue ball point pen, the drawing was then scanned into the computer via Photo Shop and then finished in Painter. I can't say colored because everything that's not the two girls was done in the computer. And even then they were heavily retouched. I'm very happy with this. And am excited for whatever comes next.
So I'm doing my best to make good on my threat on posting more. Did this in my sketchbook, and I'm very pleased with it. Good reference ftw, let me tell you what. The color scheme is something I'm very happy about. The rifle came out well too. Those of you with some Mech Warrior pen and paper game experience will recognize the "Blazer". The rest of you can just enjoy a double barreled laser gun. Which, of course, is what a Blazer is.