Tag Archives: Marvel
Going for a more cartoony vibe with this take on the retro-looking Dormammu.
Quick take on the Amazing Spider-man this evening.
The tiara was such a big part of Luke Cage (aka Power Man)’s look. I wish he still wore it in the new Power Man and Iron Fist series.
I’m in the process of putting Paintstorm Studio through its paces. I dig it a lot so far.
I’ve only read a few stories featuring Man-Thing. His visual look is amazing.
And here’s a distressed version…
Still making my way through the new “Jessica Jones” Netflix series, and really loving it so far. Here’s my illustrated tribute to the show.
The idea of an adult Luke Cage mentoring a toddler Iron Fist seems rife with potential. Hey, I’d read it! -Krishna
I used colors and shape to lead the viewer across the image.
You wouldn’t like him if he forgets the soap. -Krishna
I don’t normally draw Spider-man – not because I hate him as a character or find him uninteresting. No, it’s just all those dang webs that have to be drawn every single time. Drawing Spider-man would be tedious for me. But, I was asked if I could come up with a cover design featuring the web slinger, so I took my best stab at it. My Patreon supporters have access to the uber-high resolution version, including an ultra-rare “Mint Condition” version. You’ll join ’em, right? -Krishna
I’m still working my way through Netflix’s excellent Daredevil series and felt inspired to put this illustration together.
Above are the inks for a warm-up sketch featuring the diabolical Dr. Doom. His costume, complete with mask and flowing cloak, have always had a ton of visual appeal for me. Below, more process work: -Krishna
Though I only started reading Marvel comics in the mid ’80’s, I have a special affinity for the Marvel comics from the decade before. As a tribute of sorts, I spoofed the cover design of Giant Size X-Men #1 – which introduced the world to the likes of Storm, Wolverine, Nightcrawler and Colossus. Below are the pencils. There were three iterations beforehand that didn’t make the final cut. The pencils were created in a program called Mischief. Next, the inks, created in Manga Studio. The illustration was brought into Photoshop, where it was married with the comic book cover trade […]