Last one I'll throw up, for now--a nice blood splattery one, because 'tis the season. This one was a lot of fun, layered red acrylic paint on over an ink and copic drawing, then used a toothbrush for the spatters of blood-rain or what have you. Almost didn't want to give this one up.
Just in time for Halloween, 5Finity productions have released a sketch card series of Tim Seeley's Hack/Slash. I have 16 in the mix this time around. Lots of fun to do--the most fun came from covering everything in blood with copious use of red copics.
Here's the cover for volume 5 of the Elementary Edition of REAL: The Canadian Kids' Magazine, out later this month I believe. One of my interior illustrations was appropriated for the cover as well, which is awesome. I'll probably end up posting some of the interiors weeks from now, too.
After a brief turtle-break I decided to come back to the Ninja Turtles and finish off the quartet with Leonardo. Somewhat unfortunately, I did this right after finishing up a kind of big and rather cartoony illustration job, so I think the inking style especially is kind of different from the ones that came before it.
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A big part of the reason I ever started drawing as a little kid was to try and be able to draw a really good Ninja Turtle. Getting there.
Piece I did for the short story "No Bad Dogs" written by Laura Best, appearing in volume 4 of the grades 4 to 8 edition of REAL Kids Magazine. Wanted to stick this in my portfolio eventually so I figured I'd share it here as well.