Ink and digital coloring I had the very distinct honor of providing the illustration to be used on the Lifetime Achievement award presented to Harley Race by Missouri Wrestling Revival. Here’s Harley holding the plaque: Seriously, that’s cool.
I did this one from memory, seeing how well I could draw her. I laid out the basics in pencil and then did most of it with ink. And I never have to draw her again.
I did this one inspired by one of my favorite street artists, Stinkfish. He has an incredible ability to match figurative work with patterns. Done with ink and marker. Only one more to go!
Still looking at how the splattering would play with stencils, I did this one with ink and acrylic paint. A moment of disclosure? I disliked the prior piece so much, I was going to just put this one up in … Continue reading
After playing with the layered splattering, I wanted to see how that would translate to spray paint. Other than screwing up the placement of the stencils, not too bad. I’d like to experiment with this more on a larger scale.
Making up for that mess yesterday, here’s an experiment that went totally right. Done with ink and acrylic paint.
This collage uses elements from all of the prior sketches I’ve done of this model. See if you can spot them!
I hate to say it, because I’ve hated this word since the day I declared myself to be an artist, but this one was nothing more than a doodle. I was just playing with media and technique and not going … Continue reading
I went back to my noir roots for this’un. I used to work exclusively in this style, but I really haven’t played with it for a couple of years now. Fun. Done with red dye and India ink.
Done with markers Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn and ink. Hail Yog Sothoth!
This was equally fun and disturbing to work on. Done with ink wash, marker, India ink and pen. Oh, and zombie virus.
Wow, twenty of these already, huh? This was done with red dye, white acrylic paint and India ink, trying to evoke those great early-century spot illustrations you would see in magazines like Collier’s.