The Purple People Eater Monster Stamp! I think it would be cool to get some of these made into stickers! Thoughts?
Monday, August 26, 2013
Friday, August 16, 2013
A few weeks ago I painted caricature of the Michael Keaton Batman (my favorite batman). As I was getting all my ducks in a row for the Salt Lake Comic Con that particular painting was bothering me big time. So I decided to "fix" some of the things that were bothering me and make it into the painting that I wanted it to be. So here it is. The top one is the new version and the bottom is the old one.
Prints will be available at the con or if you are unable to attend you can purchase them through me and I can can ship them pretty much anywhere in the world. All you have to do is email me at: email@example.com
Thursday, August 15, 2013
As most of you know I've been super busy painting and getting prints ready for the Salt Lake Comic Con. Here is my latest piece... Mr. Boba or "Bobble" Fett!
Having been a huge Star Wars nerd all my life, Mr. Fett was an easy choice while trying to come up with subjects to paint. I could have easily painted Vader or any number of Jedi but, I thought it would be more fun to tackle ole' bucket head. He is arguably one of the coolest villains ever created! To bad he went out like a buster!
If you are in the Salt Lake area September 5-7 drop on by the Salt Lake Comic Con and stop at my table (A-5) in the artist alley!
Till next time!
Wednesday, August 7, 2013
I've been a big Iron Man fan for a long time now. I love the movies and the comics, especially Adi Granov's work on the graphic novel Iron Man: Extremis.
Like last week's Thor painting, I had a lot fun working on ole' Shell Head's armor. In particular the scratches and the arc reactor on his chest. It takes forever but, I really enjoy zooming in and painting some of these little details!
Also, for your viewing pleasure, I've included step by step process shots for each stage of this painting. Hope you enjoy it!
Now it's time to get back to work!
Friday, August 2, 2013
The epic quest continues to create more art work for my booth at the Salt Lake Comic Con! This weeks subject is the Almighty Thor!
One thing that I really enjoy about painting digitally is the ability to work on really small details. Details that most of you won't even see. It's these little details that can make or break a painting. They usually take the longest to render. But, these little details are the things can make a painting great. You have to be careful though, not to over work an area that will draw to much attention away from the focal point of your painting. So it's probably no surprise that my y favorite part of this project was working on the armor and the lightning.
Hope you enjoy this painting! Now it's time to get back to work!
Couldn't this with out posting a scene from one of my favorite movies... Adventures in Babysitting!