25 2 / 2014

Another drawing for @Sketch_Dailies Today’s topic was “Gremlins”. This is how my toast got burnt in the morning, those pesky little critters!

Another drawing for @Sketch_Dailies Today’s topic was “Gremlins”. This is how my toast got burnt in the morning, those pesky little critters!

25 11 / 2013

Inspired by the talented ladies at stylejournaltumblrblog Us girls sure do like their comfy sweaters.

Inspired by the talented ladies at stylejournaltumblrblog Us girls sure do like their comfy sweaters.

18 11 / 2013

Oh yeah, drawing. It’s fun!

Oh yeah, drawing. It’s fun!

30 3 / 2013

This is a little experiment of trying to find a balance between digital and tradition art.

This is a little experiment of trying to find a balance between digital and tradition art.

07 1 / 2013

NORSE HORSE #2
   Svadilfari was a mighty stallion that belonged to a builder that made a deal with the gods to create a giant wall surrounding Asgard. With the help of Svadilfari the builder was able to work three times faster than the gods had expected and they did not wish to come up with their part of the bargain.
  To thwart the builder they sent Loki in the form of a mare to distract Svadilfari who went galloping into the woods to have hot horse sex. The builder was unable to complete the wall in time and the gods were once again secure in their positions of divine jerks.
  Loki later gave birth to Sleipnir, the eight-legged horse of Odin’s. Now that scene wasn’t in The Avengers.

NORSE HORSE #2

   Svadilfari was a mighty stallion that belonged to a builder that made a deal with the gods to create a giant wall surrounding Asgard. With the help of Svadilfari the builder was able to work three times faster than the gods had expected and they did not wish to come up with their part of the bargain.

  To thwart the builder they sent Loki in the form of a mare to distract Svadilfari who went galloping into the woods to have hot horse sex. The builder was unable to complete the wall in time and the gods were once again secure in their positions of divine jerks.

  Loki later gave birth to Sleipnir, the eight-legged horse of Odin’s. Now that scene wasn’t in The Avengers.

26 11 / 2012

Some more Battle Kittens warm-up sketches.

Some more Battle Kittens warm-up sketches.

29 10 / 2012

When you I don’t feel like drawing (which is more often than you’d think) I get my creative juices flowing by doodling alien plants. That way I can just do fun,weird shapes that don’t have to make sense.

When you I don’t feel like drawing (which is more often than you’d think) I get my creative juices flowing by doodling alien plants. That way I can just do fun,weird shapes that don’t have to make sense.

19 10 / 2012

Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld fan art.
  I’ve been reading the Showcase Presents complete and collected Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld comics. I’d forgotten how dark and weird this series is. There’s attempted rape, suicide, murder, gun violence… and don’t forget Pegasi! That’s how we rocked girls’ comics in the 80’s. So, that being said I was compelled to do some fan art.

Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld fan art.

  I’ve been reading the Showcase Presents complete and collected Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld comics. I’d forgotten how dark and weird this series is. There’s attempted rape, suicide, murder, gun violence… and don’t forget Pegasi! That’s how we rocked girls’ comics in the 80’s.

 So, that being said I was compelled to do some fan art.

27 9 / 2012

A Battle Kittens How-to.

1) This is my rough drawing, as you can see I work pretty loose with a soft pencil. This is a black and white image, but I actually use a red col-erase to block out the figures. I drew the babearians very, very rough on a separate piece of paper and then finished the rough with the use of the light box, just to make sure the placement and scale of the figures worked.

2) Then once again using the light box, I trace the final onto a sheet of Canson watercolour paper using different coloured col-erase or prismacolour pencils (including white for highlights). This is when I’m figuring out what colours things will be, however these line are more of a guideline than anything else.

3) Then there’s the blocking in of the colours, I use FW, Higgins, and other assorted inks that have been picked up along the way. I block in the large areas first, such as the skin tones and kittens, then things like the weapons, saddles, clothing and then finally the smaller details, lastly the blue shadow goes down, but it’s not done yet.

4) Then there is the strengthening of the lines, putting in details and tidying up sloppy areas. Tah-dah it’s done!