Tweet This piece is a study from one of my own photographs for a painting I hope to get to one day. Is it done with charcoal or is it digital?!
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 Thought I’d take my love of oil painting and apply it to my love of comics and came up with this Wolverine as Indiana Jones painting. First time I’ve ever really tried to oil paint a comic character and first time using someone else’s linework. Learnt so much doing this piece and was the… Continue reading »
Tweet Late last year I made a trip to Anzac Cove in Gallipoli (Turkey) and was inspired to do this painting: My style is still evolving and changing so while there are many elements here I thought worked well as a first time attempt, there are still some I’d like to fix (translation – I’ll… Continue reading »
Tweet “And The Son Will Set Another Day” painting of mine was recently selected in the Waterbrook Art Exhibition. Details of the exhibition can be found on the waterbrook website: http://www.waterbrook.com.au/greenwich/events/waterbrook-art-exhibition