Smiley Bones has gotten in on the Super Mario Odyssey hype! It has been added to the ART page.
The day is finally here! The launch of Super Mario Odyssey!! My love of Nintendo is no big secret around here, so to celebrate, I thought I'd share some of my previous Mario related stuff.
First up is the Boo snack bag I made for my daughter. The design is on the front and back to simulate the behavior of the Boos in the Mario games. These and more snack bag art are available on the ART page.
Next up is Issue #2 of Nintendo Comics featuring the Super Mario Bros. and Toad! I made a few Nintendo Comics back in the day and there are still more I will add to the site in the future. The full issue is available on the JAM Comics page.
Check back later today and I may have a special surprise for everyone! In the meantime, have fun collecting those Power Moons!
Here's a pencil sketch of the enigmatic Snake Eyes from G.I. Joe. He can't talk and he's a ninja! I guess that means he's silent, but deadly! Just kidding. He's one of the coolest Joe's of all time. Now you know, and knowing is half the battle.
To celebrate National Talk Like a Pirate Day, here is Smiley Bones embracing his scurvy side! Yo Ho!
As always, on the first day of school I ask my daughter if she has any requests for her first snack bag of the year, and she wanted one of the family playing.
It's the first landscape oriented snack bag I've done and she loved it!
Another first this year is that I made a snack bag for my wife to bring to work today. A hula bear.
They have both been added to the ART page.
Good luck to all the students and teachers for the new school year!
After watching the Death Note Anime, I had to draw Ryuk. This drawing was done in a simple ball point pen on some paper that was lying around. He has been added to the Art page as a way to get hype for the Netflix adaptation of Death Note. I hope it's good!
Recently I posted a character from pencil to final color. Here's an old variation on the same theme. Years ago, inspired by Dragon Ball Z I sketched this character with pencil then inked it with a ball point pen then scanned it into my computer and colored it with Photoshop. It's funny to see the same type of process done years apart. All three images have been added to the Art page.
As I mentioned in my previous post, I have been messing around with some new software lately. I'm trying to get a comfortable workflow going. So this time I followed a similar procedure as last time, but now I added in the old favorite- Photoshop Elements for the coloring. So it was Step 1- Pencil and paper. Step 2 - Inking with Vectr. Step 3 - Color with Photoshop. All three steps have been added to the Art Page.
I was messing around with some new software and decided to color in the Alien I posted the other day. He has been added to the Art page. Enjoy!