Tweet Here is CyberForce’s Aphrodite V taken from the recent kickstarter reboot of Cyberforce (of which I’m looking forward to my hardcopy as a financial supporter – http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/620244384/cyber-force-returns ). Pencils by: Marc Silvestri Here
Tweet A little while back when Image Comic’s Topcow head Matt Hawkins was in at Kings Comics, the Kapow Comic Book Show did an interview with me about my comic book art (and hence on the 2nd half of the below youtube video):
Tweet Over the last little bit, I’ve had my artworks featured on ComicsAlliance.com in there “Best Art Ever (This Week)”. Here are the links: Yoda on Dagobah http://www.comicsalliance.com/2012/08/10/best-art-ever-this-week-08-10-12/ The Flash http://www.comicsalliance.com/2011/12/09/best-art-ever-this-week-12-09-11/ Optimus Prime http://www.comicsalliance.com/2011/11/11/best-art-ever-this-week-11-11-11-omg/
Tweet I wanted to push a comic style painting a little more impressionistic and why not give everyone’s favorite Star Wars Jedi Master, Yoda, the treatment. This whole painting was done primarily with a just a palette knife.
Tweet Recently completed “Catwoman Crouching 01″ Oil Painting. This was the first time I’d tried a female comic character and I find them a little harder to do then their male counterparts.
Tweet Recently completed “Hulk Smash Brick Wall” Oil Painting. I was playing around with more of a limited palette than normal and only used about 6 colours in this painting (white, yellow, 2 greens, burnt and raw sienna).
Tweet Recently completed The Flash Oil Painting This was the original pencil sketch study for the painting:
Tweet This was a quick sketch I did for a weekly OzComics competition and WON: Optimus Prime Draw Off
Tweet This was something I was having a bit of fun with for a couple of nights before I went to sleep. Just thought the idea of a female Gambit was cool and meant I could use colours I thought would be appropriate. Pencils by ComfortLove – http://comfortlove.deviantart.com/art/Chick-Gambit-91981925 Colours by Matt Elder (me)