This is was one of my favorite watercolor pieces. Before this moment I’d never read a DEADPOOL comic. Which means it came together without me sweating bullets. It’s still available in my store. =s=
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I‘m consistently struggling to find the perfect balance of the right illustration medium and execution…oh, and artistic satisfaction. The latter is always in short order. Call it pessimism or psychosis, but the link between what’s in my head and what I end up with, while it’s getting closer, still seems like an ever-shifting mirage. I wouldn’t call these failures because I was able to “finish” them, but what a bumpy ride.
Often, I’ll use the other side of the paper of a failed painting. I mean, why not, the paper is still good and it’s that or I throw out an opportunity to learn something. I think this has also freed me up to be willing to try new things and make mistakes.
I’ve often loved the look of ink line with watercolor. Arthur Rackham was quite famous for this but I always found his palette to be limited and bland. But it worked with his luscious linework. Then you get guys like Harry Rountree who’s line was very limited but had lush light-filled color palettes. Somewhere in the middle is where I’d like to be.
Juan Gimenez showed me early on it could work really well in comics, but I’ve yet to come up with anything that I’d be willing to try over and over again. Back to the lab.
How many of you were wondering when I’d put this in my store? Anybody…Bueller? Hello? Wonder no longer! This little beauty is now for sale in the store. I think I can finally get over my separation anxiety for it.
And here’s a video of The Process:
Seriously who doesn’t like a fur-lined Catwoman? Thought it would be a fun challenge to paint a city scene at night…especially one in the winter time. Anyway, it’s for sale in the store if you want an affordable gift for the upcoming holidays. 🙂
I was first introduced to STARFIRE through Marv Wolfman & George Perez’s TEEN TITANS: JUDAS CONTRACT arc. Man, what a powerful story…and for a teenage boy, Starfire was certainly eye-catching. Maybe that’s why I love the color orange so much. 😐