Recently, a good friend of mine and accomplished Opera singer agreed to sing at my mother’s birthday party in exchange for some artwork of his favorite Marvel comics characters. I sketched this piece with alcohol markers and refined the composition in pencil. Finally, I completed it in Adobe Illustrator.
Monthly Archives: September 2014
I’m really excited to unveil concept art for my next graphic novel with the working title “Backslasherz.” It is illustrated with acrylic paint on cold press illustration board. I have included my process from rough sketch to underpainting to final painting. Enjoy and be on the look out for more “Backslazherz.”
His Head Popped Off!
Every Summer, my brother and I exhibit at the Albuquerque Comic Expo and promote our comics, 7000bc and custom caricatures. This year, a friend of mine wanted his granddaughters drawn as Anna and Elsa from Frozen. They were not present when I first got the request and I started with sketching poses for them inContinue reading “His Head Popped Off!”
Don’t Fear the Reaper!
While I was warming up to do a caricature demonstrate at the Albuquerque Rail Yards Market, I drew this guy. I was using Yasutomo sumi ink and watercolor brushes on the 14in x 17in Pentalic “Paper for Pens”. When I was nine years old, I loved drawing the grim reaper! It’s time to get back toContinue reading “Don’t Fear the Reaper!”