KINGDOM COME SUPERMAN
Black and White Sketch turned digital speed painting. Just because!
Color pencil fan art drawing I did while back in college. Was happy to find it again. Thought I would share!
BATTLE OF THE GIANTS
My last installment of the Hatched themed Wrestling poster series. This was the toughest to pull off but I like how it came out.
HATCH WRESTLING POSTER II:
Second poster in this series. Focused on an American Gritty theme. Happy fourth!!
HATCH POSTER - WWE WRESTLING
Felt like doing some Hatch themed work. A great opportunity to practice Indesign and have some fun. I chose Professional Wrestling as the focus for this series. Many past Hatch posters were for both Boxing and Wrestling. With so many ways to play, How can I pass it up?
OBI WAN KENOBI
The amazing thing I love most about Digital painting is that you can take an old piece of art (finished or sketch) and rework it into something new and fresh. A throwback watercolor sketch I did back in the late 90s. Been doing that a lot as of late.
Maker sketch with white out 15 years ago… Decided to paint over it. Was coming out okay but when I saturated the shit out of it… It was 80’s magic all over again!
Digital painting done via pencil then bought into Photoshop. I feel like I am finding a style that feels like my old style of watercolor technique. I was hoping to get this done before “May the 4th Be With You”. I am happy to share it now.
Just because. Lifted a statue of the Henry Cavill Superman and manipulated it to become Mon-El: Man of Valor. The Daxamite who’s powers are terrifically similar to the Man of Steel. Both of them are power house members of the Legion of Super Heroes. I initially wanted a different face for this pose, but the statue captured the facial featured that I wanted. Some painting, sliming, pasting and done!
FEAR -ARCADE ART
After my success with INVADE, I moved on to another classic arcade game. Pac-Man! I wanted to focus on the blue ghost. As a graphic, I found it so strong. I am trying to fuse arcade neon and fun with dark and frightful. This piece came very close to being over worked. Keeping it simple was the challenge which helped finally find a balance.