After a lot of trial and error with analog and digital painting, I've finished my first comic short story called, The Eggs. Warning, it is for mature readers only! It will be part of an anthology series I am creating, The Adventures of Ishvan: and Other Strange Tales, based in a mythological ancient India. Now… Continue reading Comic Book Short Story – The Eggs
It took much too long for me to get around to finishing this, but I finally did!
Every October I like to create some spooky black and white illustrations, inspired by artists like Edward Gorey and Aubrey Beardsley. However, this year I haven't really done much, but I'm hoping to turn that around starting with this one.
Having a bit of fun and made She-Hulk in a Wonder Woman costume. Took way longer than expected, probably not the best, but I enjoyed experimenting with the digital tools and finishing it.
I have always been a huge fan of She-Hulk and I am anxiously awaiting the day Marvel bestows upon us a sensational She-Hulk movie or Netflix series (like they gave my other childhood hero, Iron Man, so long ago). After attending Megacon in Orlando, I was inspired to make my own superhero artwork, because why… Continue reading She-Hulk Gym Selfie – Almost Finished
He thought to himself, F’ you Disney and every romantic comedy ever made! For as long as he could remember he was pinning for the love of a girl. It was ingrained into him as a child watching his favorite Disney movies over and over again. Princess Jasmine was the first girl he ever loved.… Continue reading Character Study 6
Morning: Sunlight filters through the sheer curtains, refracting through her translucent porcelain skin and causing her red hair to glow. Her ribs rise and fall slowly, eventually followed by one long inhale and exhale. Noon: Bread crust lays on the cutting board, because just as when she was a girl, she still doesn’t like sandwiches… Continue reading Character Study 5