Pen on paper, color-tint in Adobe Photoshop ~ 60 minutes
Scrap Hunting the Outskirts, the Snow Sisters consider their next meal...
HALCYONE and CORILLA SNOW are hunting for scrap-metal.
Feeding times soon. What are you going to say?
Same as always. If we deserved better food, we’d be shown the way.
A siren sounds in the distance. The sisters stop to listen for a moment.
How long you think that’s going to work?
I drew this late last year and am only now getting around to coloring it. I labored over what to do with the gizmo behind him; I’m still thinking about going in and fleshing out the details of that structure a bit more. Right now it sort of looks like it has googly-eyes. Why the near-monotone green? It was St. Patrick’s Day. Graphite sketch with Adobe Photoshop colors ~ 200 minutes
Graphite and Photoshop ~ 250 minutes
Decided to follow through and actually color this one. Graphite and Photoshop ~ 200 minutes
A watercolor study for a painting ~ 10 minutes
This is a test post, you know, just to try things out. The above image was completed in Adobe Photoshop using a Wacom tablet. Part of a portfolio piece depicting a fully automated medicine shop. I didn’t end up using this particular version, but instead went with…. this one;
And I liked the character so much I decided to alter the image again to use on my website’s front-page.
This is a character development illustration for a story I’m writing. Augustus Dean is a seemingly normal man who finds in himself a very old, very destructive power. This re-awakening is the catalyst for a metaphysical detective story in the film-noir style. I am geeking out.
Drawn while visiting my buddy Mike May in Baltimore last summer (graphite on paper).