Recently completed work for a European publisher. Ink, ink washes and graphite on paper. Although it will be printed in greyscale, I worked on it with colored inks – working with watered down colored inks help me to balance the tones and I enjoy the way the original drawing looks (although those who see it in print won’t know about the color). In the final version, the publisher will add blocks of text over the image and I arranged the figures to allow for that.
In addition to being covered to gray scale, the above image has had a contrast adjustment and I used the clone tool to touch out the seams between the 4 sheets of paper that I drew it on. I also touched up the black area in the upper left corner. The original image is about 22×48 inches. Below is an image of the raw scan.
Recently completed ink illustration for a Goodman Games’ publication. This will be reproduced in gray scale, so the blue and magenta will eventually be rendered as shades of gray.
I recently noticed that I have not posted anything here for weeks – so here are some of my recent drawings. I’ve been experimenting with combining tone and cross hatching/line techniques.
This morning I did a Twitch session for Goodman Games where I draw on camera and people can post questions/reactions on Twitch. Below is a more finished version.
Link to the Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/773166360
Warning – audio is kind of crap at the beginning but we fixed audio a few minutes in by switching headphones/microphones.
New Illustration for an upcoming publication. Worm wizard wants his insect minions to gather the children for nefarious purposes.
Above is a drawing for the Goodman Games Sticker Contest. The Necrostruthian Deathknight (pictured above) does not allow peasants to mock his under-developed legs. “True knights do not walk – they ride!”
Acrylic on illustration board – illustration for “Inferno Road” (www.hobonomicon.com).
I have been watching Kingdom and I hardly know what to think other than to say that the Koreans in this show wear some of the most interesting and impractical looking hats for the Zombie apocalypse. If you haven’t checked it out yet, Kingdom is a zombie apocalypse TV show set in what I think is the 15th century in Korea.
My attempts at sketching some the hats during the show: