|—||How The Grinch Stole Christmas|
They said to draw a sloth to encourage people to help us meet our Kickstarter goal. I’m not sure how that helps but I drew a sloth. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/periscopestudio/periscope-studio-maiden-voyage
Haha, love this illustration by my studiomate, Aaron McConnell, that he drew of the six Periscope Studio members being featured in our Kickstarter.
We’re $670 away from reaching the halfway point of being funded, with 14 days to go. If 27 people pledge $25, we’ll reach our halfway point AND those backers will get *two* art books plus ALL the book PDFs
We’re trying to fund full color, professionally designed art books of six of our members, including me.
Pin up from Starlight, the new Millarworld comic for upcoming publication by Marvel.
Art by Goran Parlov.
Fffffff so happy there’s gonna be a new parlov book
Agree. He often works for Italy’s Sergio Bonelli Editore and he’s one of the few artist that make me enjoy Tex Willer.
Here are the key “process steps” for the cover to my Art Book, part of the Grand Periscope Studio Kickstarter Project! he art books as a whole will give lots of similar rare and behind-the-creative -scenes insights from a bunch of amazing artists! In this case, I started with a loose, very spontaneous sketch (upper left hand insert) where I was positioning the basic elements of the composition, working out some basic structure and letting a “narrative” for the image take some life in my imagination. Next, I tightened and refined those basic concepts in the pencils stage, adding details that fit in with the story of the picture. Once I was satisfied that the piece was solid, I picked up my brush and inked the drawing, adding further details and textures and further refining and sharpening details. (Note: an inker is not a “tracer”. He or she is a translator, moving a drawing from one medium: pencil art, into a completely different animal: inked art.) Once I had a clean, sharp image, I passed it along to Jeremy Colwell, my ace colorist, who turned my quaint little line art into this epic piece of heroic illustration. Supporting our Kickstarter will help bring many, many more pieces like this to print!
SIX great artists spotlighted in their individual Art Books! And that’s only the first wave!
His 32 page and full color art book includes life drawing, concept art, sketch cards, and fully finished illustration. The books won’t be printed in time for Christmas, but you can still gift them with Ben’s own Gift Sloth! Just print out this friendly mammal and let your loved one know what delights to expect.
I want this artbook! Donate now and make it so!!!!!
Ben Dewey is the real deal, y’all.
I was pleased and proud to be invited to draw & color this pinup for my studiomate Ron Randall’s upcoming graphic novel, TREKKER: THE TRAIN TO AVALON BAY.
Angel and the Ape by Bob Oksner
Am I the only one who liked or reblogged this??? I FEEL LIKE I’M TAKING CRAZY PILLS