I feel it’s always pretty important to be striving to improve yourself and learn new things. Thankfully, when you want to learn something new or get some tips the internet probably has exactly what you need. My main illustration software is Clip Studio Paint and their website actually takes submissions…
I was recently commissioned by my good friend Ryan Molina to do some illustration work for his upcoming book. This is actually the second book of his I’ve done art for and it’s always a blast to work with a fellow nerd.
Here, I’ve done an illustration of the iconic Dragon Ball protagonist Goku playing video games with himself – one adult, one child. I even snuck in a poster in the back of the cover of Ryan’s other book I got to work on.
You can find the book on Amazon and make sure to also check out the webpage for his whole group.
There’s been a recent hashtag on Twitter that has a lot of fans contributing fun and new takes on animated TV shows that I’ve taken part in and it’s really been a blast! It’s pretty simple – someone posts a screencap and invites others to redraw it or reinterpret it…
I was looking through a Zootopia art book and seeing all the little 2D sketches the animation team was going through, instructions on how to draw bodies and such and I wanted to give it a go myself. With lots of fun, smooth, curved lines it turned out drawing in this style was almost as entertaining as the movie itself. So, here’s a comic-book fox who can’t put down his phone.
A fun illustration I had done to celebrate Pokémon’s 20th anniversary in 2016 – a trainer about to embark on his journey in the midst of this global phenomenon.