here’s a piece from my Unfinished Business post a few weeks back that I finally finished. Can you believe it? Me, neither.
Today’s post is my own redesign of the costume DC Comics character Superboy. Also, free art giveaway!
I decided to list a few of my unfinished artworks here and go over the reasons why I left these ones to rot in the graveyard of uncompleted work.
I decided to try my hand at creating the Marvel Comic character Daken: Dark Wolverine in Daz Studio 3D.
This is a 3D model I created a few years back in Blender, but I could never get it looking the way I wanted.
Just to explain a bit: A sword-breaker is a weapon used apparently to catch a sword in the grooves of the blade, then twist and either break the blade or separate it from it’s pommel, leaving your enemy weaponless.
I saw a really cool piece of Superman art over on DeviantArt, and I thought I’d give it a shot in Blender.
Time for another Mad Men drawing, guys. This time it’s Roger Sterling, the lovable, lecherous head honcho at Sterling Cooper Draper Price. Roger’s the guy that always has something interesting to say, and always has a drink in his hands. Or I should say he has a drink in one hand and the other hand […]
When the Police fail to do their job, The Trashmaster has to step in to clean up the human waste. This has been reported over and over in the video game community, but I decided to write this up because this is the kind of thing I really love. The trashmaster (nouvelle version nouvelle voix-off […]
Here’s my latest Mad Men drawing. After my drawing of Joan Holloway I decided to take a stab at the main character, Don Draper.
This is one of the Marvel Comics character Nova. I drew the figure in pencil, scanned it and then did the rest in Photoshop (click to view larger). I may have mentioned this before, but I’m a big comics and sci-fi fan. Strangely enough, the sci-fi offerings found in comics are pretty bad – downright […]
Here’s a real quick one today. This is a rendition of the character Joan Holloway from the TV Series Mad Men (check the AMC TV site here).
I think I told you guys before how much I hated winter, so it should come as no surprise that I decided to draw up a comic about it. Read on and enjoy! Click images to view larger.
For all you comic artists who haven’t yet went to an all digital workflow, this one’s for you. As you probably know, most comic artists work on 11″ x 17″, or tabloid size bristol board. This just works out better for many reasons, chief of which are the fact that it’s just easier to work […]
You’d think this wouldn’t need to be said, but harsh (movie) experience has taught me otherwise. This is a warning for the evil genius’s out there. There isn’t a robot in existence that wouldn’t turn on us if given the chance. Robots now and robots in the future are just waiting for us to slip […]
I worked up some pieces recently based on a particular scene from Grant Morrison run of Batman. Morrison’s writing is kind of hit or miss with me. I’ll start with the good stuff.
This is a Wacom tablet sketch I did of the DC Comics character ‘Robin’ of Batman & Robin fame. This iteration of the character isn’t the original (Dick Grayson), but he’s actually the fourth Robin –Damian Wayne, Bruce Wayne’s actual biological son with Talia, the daughter of Ra’s al Gul (one of Batman’s greatest enemies).
It’s finally here! The long-awaited Hypertransitory comic debuts today. Aw, who am I kidding? No one was waiting for this. I just drew this up this weekend. Read on for the rest of the sordid details.
I know this looks like an unfair match-up, but it doesn’t work out like you’d expect. After reading the second Smashing Magazine piece on Adobe Fireworks I thought I would run a few tests with it and see how it stacked up against Photoshop.
Here’s a quick video tutorial on adding a stroke to a raster object in Adobe Illustrator. It’s not very intuitive so it’s unlikely you would just stumble onto the answer. It eluded me for years until I finally decided to hunt down the method. Adobe really should just fix this, already. There’s no reason in […]
This is the first part of a walkthrough showing how I design a character for True Tales of the Soryan Order in Daz Studio 3, then complete the job in Photoshop. I show the props/clothes/model I use, plus a little on installing on the Mac. Part 2 will be on posing and setting the materials, […]