Hello ladies and gentleman! Hope you're doing well, I know I am. As y'all know, I attended Space City Comic Con this past weekend, besides all the drama that went on, I had a pretty good weekend. I got to meet a lot of new people, see some old faces and got to hang out with exhibitors after the con on Saturday. Overall I'm really happy with how things turned out, despite the weather being horrendous on Friday and the Sons of Anarchy drama.
I wanted to show you guys some of the commissions I worked on. First we have a Hulk vs. Thing commission done on separate pieces of paper, so they could be framed and look as if they're facing off. I posted the pics down below, and you'll also see a Daredevil watercolor sketch. Although this wasn't a commission but instead drawn before the con, the gentleman who commissioned the Hulk vs. Thing decided to buy this piece as well and frame it. He really liked the colors on the Daredevil, and I have to say that was also one of my favorite parts of this piece as well. The gentleman sent me pics of the pieces framed, and I'm so happy he did, as I never really see my art framed.
Here's a clear picture of the Daredevil.
This was a commission of Hobgoblin. I have never drawn Hobgoblin, I never knew how fun it was to draw this character. I had a lot of fun coloring it as well, I may have overdid it with the green, but overall I'm really happy with how it came out.
These next two pieces are commissions for the awesome and super nice Matt Frank. If y'all don't know him, check out his art and the books he works on! He has done a ton of work for IDW for the Godzilla franchise.
He asked for a Jubilee sketch, one that resembled the actress from the new X-Men movie. He wanted it water-colored, and he also wanted me to color a Saria sketch I worked on during Alamo City Comic Con, last year. If you don't know, Saria is a character from The Legend of Zelda, Ocarina of Time. Both of these pieces were a blast to work on.
This next commission is a new one for me too, it's Adam Warlock. I don't know much about him, but I like how the sketch came out. I think it's the first time I watercolor over pencil and don't do any inking.
Now this Colossus watercolor sketch isn't a commission, but I still liked how it came out, and wanted to show y'all. I had a lot of fun rendering that metallic surface!
That's all for now, I would love to know what y'all think, please leave a comment down below! Who would you like to see me draw?