Tuesday, October 23, 2012

31st Post!

I wanted to draw a cute viking warrior...because I'm sure they must've existed, right?
9x12 acrylics (because I was in the mood)
and the progress steps...(same as usual if you've been following the blog)

Digital Sketch:
Pencils (col-erase):
Paint progress:
I'd like to do some more with her...I had fun with this one!

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

30th Post!

Since it's getting near Halloween and because of the start of the 3rd season of The Walking Dead on AMC, I've got zombies on the brain. :)

here's the finished results with copic markers...

Now back to the beginning with the initial sketch in Photoshop...kind of knew what I wanted, so just a quick rough sketch.

 Then I cleaned it up in Photoshop with a tighter second pass

 Which I then printed out and lightboxed onto 9x12 bristol and then finished with col-erase pencils.

There might be a few more zombie pinup girls showing up  before the end of the month...we'll see.

Friday, October 12, 2012

29th Post!

Just some recent pieces...
 Catwoman with Copic Markers
 Red Sonja with Watercolors
and an Army Medic (WWII themed) with Copic Markers (and watercolor background)

Friday, October 5, 2012

28th Post!

Figured it was time there was a bad cowgirl posted around these parts....
 and a close up...
colored in photoshop

Thursday, October 4, 2012

27th Post!

Here's some pages (minus the lettering) from the cowgirl story I've been working on...


 Story by Joe Pekar and Jeff Outlaw, Art by Joe Pekar.

I just wanted to show some of the work I've been keeping busy with lately :).

Monday, October 1, 2012

26th Post!

More Cowgirl art...

This is a remake of sorts of an earlier piece I posted with her and a pull toy type horse. Which seemed fun, but I really wanted to draw more horses, so...this is the updated image.

And here's a panel from the in-progress comic with her. I'll be posting more info on this book as I get it completed, but for now here's a little preview...

and now a watercolor piece featuring another character from the story (and a variation on her design that I posted a couple weeks ago...clearly it wasn't skimpy enough for me to draw ;))

First up, the digital sketch (which I may digitally color someday just to see how it turns out).
 then col-erase pencils...

                               finally, watercolors (and some white acrylic paint here and there.)
Hope you enjoy!