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Tuesday, May 8, 2012 at 1:42 PM | By: Nathan
A prelim of a print I'm doing from Tangled, one of my favorite Disney movies. I'll be putting up the pencil/ink version tomorrow, but thought I'd share this one first. Still finishing out "Monsters Maidens & Mayhem", but needed a break stylistically and thought it was a fun choice/change of pace. Enjoy!
Thursday, February 2, 2012 at 2:45 PM | By: Nathan
TINK STUCK IN THE KEYHOLE Digitally Painted -with lines by me and absolutely AMAZING Digital Paints by the unbelievably talented and all around super cool guy Andrew Hibner, AKA "Achibner" on DeviantART link
Yeeeeeah okay, she didn't look anything like this in the Disney version, ( I mean if she had...WOW!). But still, I think it turned out funny/entertaining none the less, and really that's the whole point of comics.
This digitally painted one of Tink, has quickly become one of my favorite pieces ever. I mean the skin, her eyes, the hair, wings, and mouth, all just came out perfect and so full of life. It's always fun to try blending different styles/artists and get back such amazing results.
Can't give enough praise to Andrew and his unbelievable painting skills as well as his willingness to try something soo darn toony-looking. (Not to mention being such a pleasure to work with.) If you get a chance make sure to stop by his DA gallery. It's filled with tons of beautiful work. link
I hope you all enjoy this fun and most likely not safe for work version of Tinkerbell as much as I do.
Saturday, January 28, 2012 at 9:02 PM | By: Nathan
I liked this quirky movie a lot when I saw it a several months back. I thought it would be kind of fun to do a comic book style recreation of its DVD cover, but with some additions to the background. Hope you guys enjoy this one as well as a sneak peek at the colored version.:w00t:
MONSTERS MAIDENS & MAYHEM Cover Digitally Painted – with lines by me and Digital Paints by the Amazing Hector Sevilla Lujan, AKA elsevilla on DeviantART.
Wanted to show a more detailed shot of some of the great details/extras Hector added to her hair, face, and dress. Taken from the digitally painted version of the cover for my MONSTERS MAIDENS & MAYHEM sketchbook.
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SNOW WHITE'S POISON BITE –Version A- with lines by me and Digital Paints by the very talented and super cool David Delanty, AKA "Vest" on DeviantART
I just absolutely love how it turned out. Vest did an outstanding job on this one to really bring her to life. (Her lips, eyelids, and the apple turned out Crazy-Cool!)
We did up 2 different version of her corset; one with the red transparent fabric, and one without(Version B). Really like that he was able to incorporate a fabric design/pattern for the corset. It gives it just little something extra.
(Aaaaaaand the fact that her boobs are ridiculously big and shiny doesn't hurt either.)
I hope you all enjoy this and probably not safe for work version of Snow White as well.
Wednesday, December 28, 2011 at 4:27 PM | By: Nathan
MONSTERS MAIDENS & MAYHEM cover pencils- And for any of you B-movie buffs out there, yes this is a take on the poster-art from the 1954 movie "THEM!", but with a comic book twist.
So here's the pencil version of the cover for my MONSTERS MAIDENS & MAYHEM sketchbook.This image seemed to have the best blend of Sci-Fi and "campy" fun to it. I really enjoyed this one, even though it wasn't one of the easiest of covers to draw( the fleeing background characters drove me nuts and took longer than anything else to get right). On the flip-side, everything else went super quickly, plus I got to draw up great retro hairstyles and giant radioactive ants.
This one, along with a few of the interior pages, will be digitally painted for the final version. I hope you all enjoy this one as well.
Friday, December 23, 2011 at 12:01 AM | By: Nathan
THE WALKING DEAD, 1936, Boris Karloff and Marguerite Churchill with lines by me and digital paints by Chuck.
Finally got the digitally painted version done and very pleased with how it turned out. Chuck Pires did an amazing job that was well worth the wait. Here’s the penciled version from before, [link]
This one will actually be page two of the convention sketchbook I’m doing up called “MONSTERS MAIDENS & MAYHEM” which will comprise of old Hollywood B-Movies and Monster movie posters from the 30′s through the 60′s. I absolutely love the artwork and poster designs that they used for those. Hopefully you guys will like my take on them as well. This one, along with a few other pages, will be digitally painted like you see here for the final version.
Let me know what you guys think. Go ZOMBIES and cute girls!
Again, thanks a ton for all the kind words, Favs, Watches and the llamas over at DeviantART. It really means a lot, so thank you.
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Thursday, December 22, 2011 at 11:54 PM | By: Nathan
I’m doing up a convention sketchbook called “MONSTERS MAIDENS & MAYHEM” which will comprise of old Hollywood B-Movies and Monster movie posters from the 30′s through the 60′s.
I absolutely love the artwork and poster designs that they used for those. Hopefully you guys will like my take on them as well.
I’ll be putting the project up on kickstarter.com in the next few weeks once everything’s finished. An amazing site for artists projects a buddy referred me to. So here’s sample of one of the first pages in the sketchbook.
This one, along with a few other pages, will be digitally painted for the final version. But I wanted to show the pencil version before it’s painted.
Very pleased with how this one turned out. Let me know what you guys think. Go zombies and cute girls!
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