Quorra from Tron Legacy | watercolor and marker
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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 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.
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.
A little homage art from one of my favorite
movies from my childhood; Dick Tracy.
Fan Art: Here’s one that’s been lingering on my plate for a while, based on a rather ambitious joint venture between my friend Mike and I. We each wrote a short story based on a few key elemets with the goal of inking eachother’s story after. Per usual, we’re still working on it.
A joint venture here – hopefully just the first of many. Pencil and ink by Mike Beckett, color by N.David Bauer. As with a lot of stuff on Hazardpublishing.com there’s no real story to this piece. We apparently have a thief who has stollen a rare, possibly the last, edition of a valuable and possibly influential book. She flees from unseen pursuers.
Strato-Hawk goes behind enemy lines on a private mission to disrupt a gold shipment from the Reichsbank to Italy. Danger, death, high-explosives, and maybe a little something for himself, await the famous air-pirate Strato-Hawk!
“The Rocketeer” remains one of my favorite movies of all time. It’s one on a short list of movies that I make sure to rematch at least once a year. I’ll never forget seeing it in the theatre. Great movie, great character, and a ton of fun to illustrate. Illustrated/painted using wacom.