Another illustration from my next graphic novel. Any story set in the ancient Roman Empire wouldn’t be complete without an orgy—am I right?
For each illustration, my editor wanted to try a different approach to finish and coloring. With this one, I went straight from pencils to colors to enhance the gritty feeling of the story. I also forsook any sort of limited palette and just went for a basic complimentary color scheme with a single light source. Funtimes! By clicking on the images you can view the secrets of my process (read: you can see how I just play around in Photoshop til something looks right).
I’m interested to hear what you guys think the story in this image is. A hint: This image stars Helios, son of Cleopatra and brother of Selene.
All images courtesy of Oni Press, thanks guys!
It’s the Time of the Season on Flickr.
… for tank tops! OMG you guys! I haven’t posted in FOREVER I know! Life has been crazy and, well let’s just leave it at crazy. Any way, I’m back and hopefully I’ll be doing more stuff for you to enjoy soon! -ReedP.S I own this actual outfit, Tom’s and all.
A note and some cheap $5 slippers for La Caballo (The Horse) upstairs. See ya later bitch. (Taken with instagram)
Mona del Rey is BORN! #scadchalk (Taken with instagram)
Final project for Drawing II. The art history version of that female superheroes thing.
These are LOVELY. Be still, my heart.
Pokenerd, Tien Hee
Tidalpole evolves from the starter creature Tabbypole in its teenage years. At this point the dust patches on its back begin to solidify, creating earthy armor plates. Its tail flattens and begins articulate, allowing it to be used as a weapon. This tail also contributes to its ability to manipulate nearby bodies of water and their tides.