For those of you curious about the process I go through in creating digital art, I’ve boiled it down into a two minute video showing the six basic steps I go through on most jobs. I posted the video on YouTube and you will most definitely get into… Continue Reading “My Six Step Process”
My publisher has given me permission to share a few things from the comic book series I’m working on. I typically start with a really rough page layout and then create an equally rough sketch for each individual panel. I work my drawing out with a pencil… uhm… for those of you… Continue Reading “Comic Panel Process”
The carnival was in town, and even though William Wallace had an epic battle scheduled for the next morning, he and his friends still visited the face painting booth. …the last picture is a little something for Hearthstone players. 🙂
Ok, well, judging from a little walk in the woods this weekend I would have to say we folks here in Northeastern Indiana have successfully transitioned out of snow removal season and launched directly into inquisitive flying bug season… and who doesn’t love that time of year.… Continue Reading “Bug Season”
This is a quick bit of art I just did for my church. It looks like the sermon series right after Christmas is headed off in a very traditional direction.
Another process video of something I did recently. Basically just blocking in color underneath the drawing and then putting finishing touches in on top of it.
Here’s another simple technique you might want to try. Find a nice background image, put it underneath your pencil drawing and then paint on top of it…
This was just a quick experiment to see how painting something up on a somewhat “fuzzy” brown background would work. Several years ago I made the switch from traditional media to digital. Digital art can come off extremely slick looking if you want it… Continue Reading “Background Fuzz”