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.
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.
First upload! Hi!
I'm not completely happy with the coloring on this, so I might redo it later. I really wanted to take my hand at the more colorful old comic style for Two Face, but I'm terrible at working with pinks.
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.
This was a piece I drew on some Bristol board. The original was sold, but I scanned it in and threw some color and shading on it.
Super quick perspective practice doodle
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.
Warm up inking practice doodle. I was practicing a certain inking technique for a 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.
The inks for the turtles
Just a quick warm up doodle. Nothing special.
Second up in the "uploading progress pieces since I get questions about my art process" is a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle print I'm working on for a convention. This is the rough sketch, next up I'll clean it up and do my guide lines for inking. Hopefully I won't have to redraw Donatello