Hello, so here is the 3rd fantasy style character, I like how he is turning out so far, the big mace with the blades on the handle I think gives off cool ideas for a rather unique fighting style. I hope you like it. Thanks for tuning in and catch you on the flip side.
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Monday, April 25, 2011
Hello, here I'm keeping on with the fantasy character design I started up with the Genoshe Warrior. Here you see me go from pencil drawing, to line art, to gray tone markers to color with color pencil. I'm also trying this on the computer but feel a bit lost when I do, and the colors just and working for me like I would like them to. So here is an old school (on paper) design. Hope you like it, I had fun designing it. Thanks for tuning in and catch you on the flip side.
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Well, here it is, the Genoshe Warrior in full color, I use prisma color color pencils to do this, I don't have much to say, just glad I got the time to finish it up. Thanks for tuning in and catch you on the flip side!
Friday, April 8, 2011
Well, the Genoshe Warrior is not done being colored, and I'm kind of too far in to it to give a in progress by itself, so I figure I'll just put them in progress with the colors together, but for today, here is the most handsome page in all of comics, if you get the self serving joke, bear in mind it's just a joke. Thanks for tuning in and catch you on the flip side!
Thursday, April 7, 2011
I'm going to assume you liked the line art of the Genoshe Warior, and I am going to assume you like this as well. I blew up my original by about 60% and transferred it to Canson mid tone paper (warm felt grey). Here I start applying markers much like the still life I am doing, to get tones, however on this one you can see I added the white color pencil for its lighter areas. I will be finishing this in full color so check in again to see it finished. Thanks for tuning in and catch you on the flip side!
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
MegaMind!!!!!! I actually enjoyed this movie, it was a not loved by all (in my circle of friends), but I found the movie to be charming. DreamWorks doing their thing and making a spin on what would be a cliché story, turns super villain into super hero. I know this is a bit after the fact, but a kid at work, a real spunky handful of a kid had a good day and I told him I would draw it for him. Of course the next day he was not so good so I told him he could print it if he wants, but the original is now mine, unless he can be good for the rest of the year. I say good luck to him, he earns an EJGF original, and my job becomes 15% easier. Thanks for tuning in, and catch you on the flip side!