Quorra from Tron Legacy | watercolor and marker
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A little Jack Kirby inspired Star Trek piece here… I’ve been watching “Enterprise” lately and have gained an appreciation for the NX-01. Had there been a season 5, this was the projected ship design. | Brush & Ink
Some more fan art here… Star Trek: The Away Mission. Kirk and company are pinned down under enemy fire on a strange and hostile planet. Wacom color over graphite on paper.
I’ve been working on a character reference book, just sketching some of the designs of key elements to the character.
This is from the “boot” page. Could be useful if I go into a comic book type story project.
A Batman concept of my own design here. I thought of a Batman from the 1930’s and what Bruce might choose as
his vigilante outfit and tools. A wealthy young man about town, Bruce is taking back Gotham from organized
crime with a set of brass knuckles and a bat symboled bomber jacket.
Still on a pencils kick. A sketch from the other day. I probably won’t finish this one out. Sometimes sketches have their own special kind of energy that a finished piece doesn’t convey.
So I thought it would be cool to have a female adventurer specializing in the arctic, or at the very least, cold weather climates. Furthermore I thought it would be very cool for her to have a pet polar bear and rely on her wits and climbing axe for defense rather than guns. I’ve got a whole backstory in my mind for Rockie; daughter of a famed adventurer, descendant of a long line of bold men and women of the Revere family. But once again, I’ve got more ideas than time or energy.
Well, I finally got around to pencilling this Albatross piece I’d sketched a while back. It was three of the most relaxing hours I’ve spent in a while. There’s no real story behind this one other than I thought it would be cool to put a plane in a time it didn’t belong.
Guess who’s in trouble again? Hang on Jonny! Step 1: Wacom version before I take it to The Corner for actual inking. I like to get things figured out on the computer before I finally paint it. Then back to the computer for color. Stay tuned.