Been in a bit of a cyberpunk mood of late, and I wanted to try out the artboard pack I bought and so combined the two with some watercolour-style inks…
Cyberpunk Queen of Hearts
Turns out the ink and the mixed media art boards i was using work really great together, so I’ll definitely be doing more of these!
Trying out these Aquatint watercolour inks I’ve had lying around for ages and not done a whole lot with. On mixed media art board. Seems to work quite well.
Added some screen shots from an on-going replay of Zelda now that I managed to get my hands on a Switch (with it’s o-so convenient screen-grab button!)
I’ll be adding them periodically to this page as I take ’em.
A ramshackle old shed in Footdee (Fitdee), an old fishing village in Aberdeen.
A fresh line drawing for some more watercolour practice (Max Caulfield from Life is Strange…been pondering a fresh playthrough in advance of the upcoming mini-prequel).
and the colour version…
Just a bit of watercolour practice (over an ink sketch on hot-press paper)
So, given that I don’t seem to have much to do for the next few months until I start my degree course, I figured to keep busy I’d set myself a little challenge. Right now, all I really know is that I want it to somehow involve highlighting some of the many women creators working in the comic book industry, right through from the Platinum age through to present day.
Possibly, this will take the form of a pack of collectable cards but I’m still not 100% sure at this stage.
Right now, I’ve just done a couple of quick sketches of the ‘Queen of Comics’, Nell Brinkley, to try and help me figure out how best to approach this. The first is done as close to her style of work as possible, the colour one in my own style.
The next bunch of images I’ve created for the 52 week challenge…
Week 1 (catch-up) “Whimsy”
Week 2 (catch-up) “Feathered Animals”
Week 22 – “Favourite Thing”
Week 23 – “Texture”