a mostly Obscure Marvel comics character known for beating Dr.Doom and telling Iron Man, "I don't need luck, I eat nuts."
a mutant with big front teeth, squirrel-like agility, the ability to communicate with squirrels and she eats nuts... and i like Marvel Zombies so... Zombie Squirrel Girl
Linolium wood block Ink print of the Incredible Hulk based on a Joe Mad! drawing. not one of the better ones.
Infantry - Ethching with drypoint ink print. This is what happens when part of your plate dissolves.
contemporary arts museum houston, tx- digital photomontage
Ok more sketches, this samurai idea I had with ninjas and junk, epic battles etc.. did a bunch of sketches on some paper lying around one day, I'm not sure what some of the panels on the pages are though, oh well, c'est la vie and all that, here's some and a couple that I played with. I guess this would be roughly 38 comic/graphic novel pages. enjoi
-original 8x10" 's
-Pages I quickly colored awhile back
Sitting by the beach
Samurai vs croc in jellyfish lake
maybe one day i'll do a break down of what's going on in each page/panel and maybe that'll help me to remember what I drew storywise. ok cool, late.
Some good stuff here man, i like the penciled pages and stuff.. the action seems nice in a lot of them..
But whats apparent is u really are loosing lots of quality of your linework when u photoshop in it..
Try not to single out pencil lines into the thick black photosop lines.. it really kills it. Try just working with low opacity brushes to paint ontop, and maybe redrawing line, paint dont fill unless u clean up the lines and work vector. Id try to avoid using gradients aswell.. unless your vectorising them.
Id like to see more of the small pencil stuff, like this.
Its good stuff.
PHANDY // Andrew Porter
Concept Artist // Splash Damage
doing a quick post, haven't had too much free time, so just some quick pics I mess around with quickly. most of these didn't turn out very good, although some of the softer subdued colors like the gunslinger and the 3rd run away image.
Battlin' Goblins and Ogres
Dwarf Smash Goblin in the head
pencils and 2 bad coloring attempts
pencils, dirty battlefield, watercolorish, red, bold
Last edited by smrtbob; March 6th, 2012 at 01:10 AM.
I enjoy the pencil work you are doing but it seems to loose feeling when you go to color. Follow phatandys advice and slow down on the coloring process. I wouls also suggest drawing from reference to improve your skills even more. Good work! (and thanks for stopping by my s.b.)