Monthly Archives: September 2015
Switching up with a bit of digital painting to cleanse off the cobwebs.
Captain America’s arch-nemesis was the subject for tonight’s “unwind” drawing time.
Still on a vehicle jag – this time it’s a Mopar edition 1972 Roadrunner.
Vincent Price is my favorite actor in the horror genre. Who can forget his over-the-top performances in Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Pit and the Pendulum” or “The Fall of the House of Usher”. -Krishna
It was a good night to Hulk out. Here’s my take on the Green Giant.
Here’s a background painting from one of my favorite Edgar Allen Poe short stories.
Below is my process for putting together a comic book cover, inspired by the Bronze Age Marvel Comics trade dress. Using a custom brush in Manga Studio, I prepped the pencils. Inks were added in Manga Studio as well. Colors were added using Photoshop, after importing the art into a Marvel Comics trade dress template that I made some time ago. And here’s a “distressed” version.
An interesting mash-up of truth and fiction.
I’ll put this out to the universe. I want to contribute vehicle illustrations in some capacity to the new Roadkill magazine. The Youtube video series and inaugural issue, featuring General Mayhem – a ’68 Charger, inspired this particular sketch. -Krishna