This drawing came up on the random image box over at Heromorph. I figured I hadn’t colored one of Kev’s images in a bit so here it is. Background is made of many layers including the skulls used on the dress/bodice layer – which in itself was a lot of pasting, rotating and distortion to match the “curves”, and my “classic” city scape silhouette approach. Mist done the same way as in previous pics.
Originally a black and white cover from one the “The Other” storyline issues, thought I would try my hand at coloring it. Artwork by Mike Wieringo, inked by Karl Kesels i think. I think some of the bruising looks pretty realistic.
Well the Heromorph girl of the week was Pumyra so I found this excellent drawing by Tony Perna that was ripe for coloring. Background is my old vector thundercats logo i did for a theme day at C2F many many moons ago.
Well I have a few other things I am working on and it’s been a bit busy at work but I wanted to submit something new so here is Mantis (was girl of the week over at HM) as drawn by John Buscema. Colored in PSPX2 as usual. Background is an old one I downloaded from startrek.com many moons ago, with a few tweeks by myself. logo made up as I couldn’t find one for the character.
Another fun piece, Hembeck rendition of the original Invaders – Namor, Torch and Cap. Hembeck has an amusingly distinctive style that I have never colored before so I wanted to keep it light and fun.
I found this Finch pencilled, Castro inked image and fancied adding some color to it. Think it looks not bad. tried a couple of different techniques here with varying success. The background is done in same fashion as my recent spidey pic but the resulting cloud/fog layer has been stretched horizontally and recolored to form clouds.
Found this over at John Byrne’s website and figured I hadn’t done Shulkie in a while. The background was a google find of Venice beach (hence the title) blended with some random noise sand in the foreground.
Wanted to do a fun piece and found this sketch of Peter Porker wearing the spambiote costume over at Mike Weiringo’s website. I always loved Mike’s work and it is just a pleasure to colour. hope you like.
Colored in PSPX2, found the black and white image over at the comicartcommunity.com gallery.