Recently I've seen a few artists redo art they've done from years back to see just how much they've really progressed as an artist. I've done this before recently as well but I wanted to take a look back in my old DeviantArt account and pick some new ones to update again.
"Good vs. Evil" (2004)
"Good vs. Evil" (2015)
"Many Men Wish Death" (2003)
"Many Men Wish Death" (2015)
I just got news that my piece for next year’s Dirty Show didn't got accepted after all but I figured I’d go ahead and show off the end result. It's the end of the trilogy of previous pieces I've done for the Dirty Show event. You can see the uncensored illustration along with some of the process below. Beware it is very NSFW.
Trying to mess around and get the hang of using Kyle Webster's watercolor PS brushes in a natural away instead of the "flats and cel" way I'm normally used to. Here are a few tests, including one due to a night of binging on Marvel's new Netflix show Jessica Jones.
SKETCH CARD COMMISSIONS! | $20
In the spirit of Inktober (and the fact I got a bunch of card leftover from M.E.C.C.A. Con) I’m doing inked (post) card commissions! I draw whatever you want! A cartoon version of you? A character you're fond of? Now's your chance to ask away and receive a inked sketch in the process. If you wanted to see 50 Cent giving Deadpool piggy back ride in space then that's what I'll draw. And yes, if you even want to draw something ala RED I’ll do that as well (just the ladies on that one though. Keep the pants on, guys).
Here’s how you can get one: Head over to the Gumroad page and cop one (for $20! No shipping fee). Then after your purchase send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your name and what you want me to draw. If you're asking to draw yourself, someone you know, or a character so obscure that Google doesn't even know who it is, make sure to attach reference pictures in the email as well.
October marks the beginning of the great Inktober challenge. So instead of staring at a sketchbook while trying to right click + save on the paper like I've done for past years I decided to finally learn the art of using a brush pen (shout outs to Pentel) and get my inking on. I promise I'm gonna stick with it this time.