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I’m not really one that draws superheroes very often, and Wolverine is one of those characters that’s been drawn by so many people you kinda feel like “what’s the point?” But fan art is always fun, and it’s good practice, so I felt like giving it a try, and in my preferred color scheme for the character. | Watercolor Pencils
Been a while since I’ve posted anything… but this one took a while to do. I thought it would be cool to try to tell a story in a single poster illustration and I think I accomplished that, though the story is pretty abbreviated. It’s sort of a variation on sequential art story telling. This was a fun one all the way.
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
“Desert Discovery” No real plan for this one… just had the vision and wanted to draw a simple exploration piece. Gotta love the old FJ40 Land Cruisers.
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.