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Sherlock London Fog in Color | Hazardpublishing.com

sherlock_london-fog_color

The Great Detective En Couleur | watercolor pencils


Sherlock_London Fog | Hazardpublishing.com

©NateBauer

©NateBauer

You would not believe the number of times I attempted this piece.  Am I entirely satisfied? No.  Am I letting it go for my own sanity? Yes.


Wolverine | Hazardpublishing.com

wolverine

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


Grey Owl | Hazardpublishing.com

©NateBauer

©NateBauer

Watercolor pencils on gray paper. I was able to achieve this by spray-mounting the grey paper down to a piece of watercolor paper, giving it some backing and absorption.  My technique isn’t overly sloppy with the water, so the paper held up really well and I love the depth and mood the grey paper provides.


The Corner | Hazardpublishing.com

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“The Corner”

A tiny area of the house, tucked deep in the basement that I call “The Corner” where I create most of my traditional art.
It’s cold and noisy but I love it.  I’ve got some choice reference book close to hand, and my assorted collection of inspirational
nerd items.  There’s few places I’d rather spend more time in than here.


Quorra: Tron Legacy | Hazardpublishing.com

art by Nate Bauer

art by Nate Bauer

Quorra from Tron Legacy  |  watercolor and marker


Owl by Watercolor | Hazardpublishing.com

owl_watercolor_nbauer

Every once in a while I like to try my hand at watercolor.  To me it’s one of those art forms that is at its best when it is seemingly random – just letting the water and color flow and getting something unexpected and natural that resembles reality.  And some people can make that look really easy.  “Carefully calculated random” is how I think of it…. and I’ve yet to be able to nail that process down.  But like most art forms “it’s all about putting in the reps”, to borrow a quote from the amazing Mr. Schultz.