I’m not much in the habit of doing fan art any more, but every now and then I just can’t help myself. I’ve been wanting to do Captain Marvel since she was redesigned, but I never really got to it — until a friend designed a hipster variant that she’s crocheted for a pretty amazing piece of cosplay. I guess I wanted to celebrate her and her amazing craft more than anything else, so how could I resist?
6″ x 8″. Watercolor on paper.
Captain Marvel is copyright Marvel Comics.
Friends of mine have teenage daughters and sometimes those girls ask me to draw things. If nothing else it keeps me up-to-date on what’s popular out there. (Otherwise I’d never leave my little hole, I’m rather certain.)
I promised to draw Nora Valkyrie — a character from a web series titled RWBY — for one of my friend’s daughters if she got caught up on a comic project she’s doing for school.
9″ x 12″. Watercolor on paper.
“You should do a drawing to thank me for being so awesome.”
Man! Talk about one from the archives! This is one of the first pieces I did once upon a time. I thought I had lost this little wonder but I unearthed it while digging through files deep in my hard drive. You can see how certain parts of the style have evolved over the past few years. Moving on…
A friend suggested I draw her as a Cthulu-riddled she-beast and I really couldn’t pass it up. I mean, who could, really?
Recently my mother jokingly suggested I do a portrait of her. Well, I think the joke was more that I should make her look thinner and younger, but I took it and ran with it. Once upon a time she served in the air force of these United States, and wouldn’t you know it? I have some pictures from those days. I don’t think this is what she had in mind when she asked me for a portrait, but I am certain she loves it.
Love you, mom.
A friend of mine can sew (I mean, she can REALLY sew) and this just baffles me because it’s a skill I will likely never posses. So, what else can I do when I’m completely in awe of something other than draw a picture and hope it comes close to competing with the staggering abilities of my friends?
Check out her blog here.
A friend of mine is moving to Seattle and I can’t let her go away empty-handed, now can I? No, I didn’t think so.
I’m going to have to have a scanning party soon if I plan on keep pulling from the archives.This time we have a Zabrak sniper a friend plays in a Star Wars RPG.
I don’t know which is worse: the fact that my friend plays a Star Wars RPG or that when she told me she played as a Zabrak sniper not only did I know exactly what she was talking about but I didn’t even have to look up reference to draw this picture. Oh, and I’m totally jealous she’s playing a Star Wars RPG.
A persistent fever has made it a little difficult to work on anything new, so for the time being enjoy a portrait I did of a friend and her new guitar.