sketch.io, digital, 2017
sketch.io, digital, 2017
so much fun!
spidey always seems to be my go to subject when trying new tools
this was drawn with their brush tool called ‘web’ appropriately enough
man i loved this movie
more practice with kyle t‘s impasto kit. in his tutorial he recommends using the impasto sparingly, but i went whole hog.
spidey is purple because i was painting late last night with flux on and I thought he was red. i like the purple though
you know, because he’s romantic. and active. and spider-man
draw rhythmically active spider-man!
whitley: He’s Spider-Man, but he’s active on the rodeo circuit. He’s Rodeo Active Spider-Man. Draw!
Friend: “He’s Spider-Man, but he’s active on the radio. He’s Radio Active Spider-Man. Draw!”
this just in spider-friends:
spiders are the friends of man.
just some days you feel like drawing spider-man, you know what i’m saying?
spidey, 2015, digital
Digital, February 2014
Spidey, Digital, February 2014
Here’s another shot at inking and coloring a peanut Spidey in Freehand.
First the sketch.
Then the inked and colored version.
The linework feels more lively than my previous example, but I don’t know if Spidey feels very peanut-y anymore, though.
Just finished reading:
This is the first Tintin story I’ve ever read; and it really blew my hair back. Though this collection is black and white, I’ve seen color samples of Herge’s strip and they’re just beautiful.
In fact, don’t this;
seem to have a lot in common? (You can check out my previous post on this piece here.)
Here’s a look at a sketch done in preparation for my piece for an upcoming art show. Be warned: “Thar’ be crazies on that link!”
The theme I’m participating in is Peanut People; right now the name of my piece is Peanut Gallery. I’m going to draw gobs of characters from fact and fiction.
Here’s a color version of Peanut Spidey.
The inks are too heavy; too lifeless; no thicks and thins; no line variety in general. (Inks were done in Macromedia Freehand, by the way. I used the variable stroke pen tool. If I had it to do again, I’d use the Bezier pen tool. More control.)
I’m fairly happy with the color job. Also done in Freehand.
More on the way!
I just got Binh’s Perspective shirt back from the printer, and boy, do they look terrific. (See below for a lengthy post on the process behind the design.
It was Binh’s birthday today, so I was able to put a shirt in his hands, which is a great feeling. And he saw the Short Round design, and really wants one, so I guess I’ll be printing up a half dozen or so of those after all.
I don’t have time for a longer post, so here’s another one from the archives.
I love the contrast of having a huge and bitter cap with skinny, young, and naive Spidey. The hopeless dreamer in me thinks this would be a great story, but when will I ever work on it?
Time to go see a movie! (See what I mean?)