Thursday, July 29, 2010

Time Travelin' Sensei

So I knew this one was gonna be cool when I started doodling it. I colored it right away with a strange grey and green color scheme, and dropped a gradient behind it. I didn't really realize it, but I had effectively ruined what I thought was a really cool sketch. Months later I rescanned it after I got bored and inked it by hand(first time around I had scanned in the pencils and inked it in PS), and started re-coloring it. Here's what I scanned in.

So I knew I wanted to redeem myself, and the drawing, so I really went full on with the coloring. I chose the colors I was most comfortable with, red and green(robin style), because I knew I could make it work that way. After I colored it, I attempted for the FIRST TIME EVER to create a background from scratch. The entire time I had a goal in mind to make it look like I knew what the hell I was doing, which is big lie. But, after like 5+ hours I was happy and called it quits. Also dropped a texture over it to make it look schweet. Here it is. Thanks for readin and lookin!

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Ultmate Syke

Ok, some more fan art. This is way newer, 2009 I think. Trying to draw a favorite character in what seems to be becoming my style. Just a doodle in my little sketchbook, prismacolor markers all the way... Like I said, it's not quite as fun to draw somebody else's character, but it's cool practice, and a good way to "test" your imagination, like just style-wise. Anyways, hope you guys dig it!

Friday, July 16, 2010


I did this quick guy a long time ago to practice with my tablet in Photoshop. I'm kind of uploading old stuff so there's some evidence of progression. I don't enjoy drawing other people's characters as much as my own, but its fun to take a break every now and then to try and draw a classic.