Tag Archives: illustration
It’s been a while since my last post, but rest assured I am still making new art on a regular basis.
It’s been a while since I posted a car illustration… -Krishna
How about some process work?
Going forward, I’m adding a new brand mark to my work.
This post includes a process video of inking in Clip Studio Paint.
It turns out Dr. Mindbender was a dentist before becoming a Cobra villain. Why hasn’t this fact been mined for a potential story?
Here’s a sketch for bbypandaface as part of my morning warm-up.
The lines in blue indicate how the eyes move throughout the layout, keeping the viewer within the composition. Final version below:
I would definitely read a comic series featuring these two. How about you?
For this composition, I started in with some research on helmet shapes. Below are some quick silhouette studies. Inks (using Ray Frenden’s LandoCalbrusshian inking brush for Manga Studio): Inks with black fills: Final image:
I’ve always encouraged new artists to practice by drawing in other artists’ styles. There’s a lot you can learn from doing this. Above I drew Ratfink – a character I drew upon request. I hope I did the character some justice.
It was love at first bite.
I’m participating in Drawlloween this year, where the goal is to draw 31 horror / monster themed creations. Given my hectic course load, carving out time for this event will be a challenge. I’ll do my best to keep up, but I make no promises. Pencils: Inks:
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
Moving into experimental coloring techniques with this one.
This is my warm-down sketch for the evening – a portrait of Lee Cherolis – artist of Little Guardians, an epic fantasy story webcomic that’s already on its fifth chapter. Give it a read! -Krishna
This one’s a bit out of my comfort zone. -Krishna