Based on a Bruce Timm sketch. Thought I would try something different and give it the feel of vector art. Inked using Inkscape then Coloured in PSPX2 as ever. The background comprises many layers of grey shapes interspersed with ‘mist’ layers created using smudge and gaussian blurred gradients set to screen. Moon is done in similar fashion.
Digital Color and additional elements in PSP X2 from an Ale Garza sketch of the Harley & the Ivy;) Have fun! Merry Xmas from me too.
Merry Xmas & Happy New Year from me. I used a prelim sketch for the Spiderman Blue cover by Tim Sale as the basis for this. background New York shot from google but recolored by me and snow added over multiple layers.
Another finally finished WIP. This started out life as a rough head and shoulders sketch by Kev, I inked over it using vector paths and then converted them to raster to cut them into tapering lines. The colouring is done with multiple screen and overlay layers. Started in PSP 8 finished in PSP X2
Original Artwork by Giorgio Comolo, colored in PSPX2. Black Bolt from Marvel’s Inhumans. Partner to my previous Medusa pic. And yes my eyes were very sore after doing this one too.
An updated version of the Avatar originally created to use over at Marvel-Boards, Based on my Nomads RPG character Beast (a gamma irradiated version of Marvel’s X-man). This updated version is intended for wider usage and includes my current Artwork logo:
Casey Jones’ Wonder Woman Sketch from ’98 Coloured in PSPX2. I think the skin tones on this work really well with the background i chose, but any comments welcome as ever.
Coloured/Additional elements in PSPX2. tried for a wraparound cover feel to it. Meteors from scratch using tutorial off the net. Logo from comic. Background I think was a NASA shot of mars.
Colored in PSPX2 from a Bruce Timm Sketch. Logo from Storm wedding prequel. Lightning with xenofex. sketch effect on bacckground with Little Inkpot Sketcher.
From Angel Medina sketchbook. Color/Additional elements PSP x2
The angle of the drawing led me to the coloring choices. Someone on the roof of a dark warehouse would be somewhat in the shadows. As usual the background was created from multiple textures and gradients, distorted to fit the image. I even included my logo as graffiti. I really like how this turned out, particularly the cobwebs and little “Spidey” spiders 😉