I'm a huge comic, film, and horror nerd! I've been drawing my whole life, but recently started to take it seriously. Mostly looking for feedback, and to meet other artists! Don't get too excited I'll mostly post practice stuff, and doodles.
I specialize in digital art, doodling, illustration, pen and ink.
This started as something I was doing for fun, but turned into a very strenuous exercise on how to work with this many light sources.
This color work is probably terrible, but I'm too sick to care.
Another print I did. Get ready, I'm getting close to uploading my worthless doodles rather than finished pieces I've actually worked on.
And~ another print
And yet another print.
Another print I did for a convention
I've been getting questions about how I create my art here, so I figured I would upload some progress pieces. Here's the first one! I was listening to the Westworld season 2 soundtrack which always makes me want to draw Harvey (for some reason). I wasn't really practicing anything in particular, just doodling. It was fun to just let my hand wander, though I think the sketch was much better than the inking I did.
Another "Sick Day Scarecrow" I did recently getting over a cold. There's too much comic stuff to get into to explain this, but in summary its a parallel universe Scarecrow I decided to design who is more of a superhero. Kinda.
We were having a thunder storm, so I figured I’d do a sketch waiting for my markers to get here. I ended up getting carried away and inking it right away. I put a few layers of fixatif on it, and I'm hoping that'll stop the paint/ink from bleeding too much when I apply the markers.
A poster I was working on that I never finished. I might go back to it eventually.
Super quick perspective practice doodle
I'm currently sick, and whenever I'm sick I doodle Scarecrow. Its tradition (for some reason).
Since folks like the one of Mars, I figured I should upload this one as well. Same concept, but I think the Mars one worked better for the commission.
Next up is the finalized sketch. Specifically when I'm working on prints and commissions I do a detailed final sketch. It makes the inking/painting process a lot faster.
I have returned! And here are the finished turtles.
I've been really busy lately. I took a break that was supposed to be a 10 minute doodle break, and this was the result. Well, its the inks of the sketch result. I have no idea if the colors will work the way I intend, but I'll post those after they're finished.
Warm up inking practice doodle. I was practicing a certain inking technique for a commission.
A painting print I did for a convention.
I needed to practice some techniques for some Star Wars prints, so I decided I was going to try to draw The Joker in a more modern tux. Don’t ask, it makes sense in my head. There are a bunch of anatomical errors in this, but it did its job so I'm not too worried about it.
While I was drawing this months ago, my tablet pen fell apart in my hand. It was bizarre and shocking, and then I completely forgot about this piece even existed. The print that almost never was.
The inks for the turtles