“Just like Adam & Burt, right?”
India ink, color ink & nail polish on cardboard
“I need a name. At the very least”
Ink wash on cardboard
“Good golly and stuff”
Paint markers on golden cardboard
“If only I could get them to work together”
Markers on cardboard 8×10
In my mind they looked a lot cooler. There’s Talbot-7 in the back, and from left to right: Dr. Bones, Snake, Lady Bolt and Crimson Cardinal.
“I’ll let you win next time”
Another test with Art Rage. The comic was inked and the panels were done before using Art Rage. I wanted to see if it could be used as a coloring tool. It can be done, but it’s not optimal. Still, it’s faster than using the mouse.
“I hate when that happens”
A test done with Art Rage to see how a comic could be made. Only the rough pencils weren’t done digitally. The result is interesting, but the steps to get there aren’t optimal yet. So, I guess there’ll be more.
Some ideas for my classroom posters.
The first crack at the Flying Ace
Eighth and last X-Men poster for the classroom. BAMF!