Apparently I was the opposite of lazy. What's that called again? Oh yes, being productive.
Anyways, second in a series of Art Nouveauish Star Wars ships. This time it's my second favorite ship, the T-65 X-Wing Starfighter. Luke's specifically, in this case. I think I need to do something that isn't a starfighter next, or I'm gonna get stuck in a theme. Fighters are just fun because they're more... swoopy.
I wanted to test out my painting skills and see if they had improved since last time, and I think they have. I also think patience is the key, and taking breaks away from the computer! I'm very proud of this painting. It encourages me to do more!
Constructive criticism welcome (the key word here being CONSTRUCTIVE).
Please don't steal or use w/o permission. Even tho the characters aren't mine, this image is.
A Reubenesque look at a popular figure in the Warmachine wargame, Victoria Haley. I'd been looking in at Girl Genius by Phil Foglio and thought I'd try the style on for size! Black, metal-tip 0.5 tech pen. A4 80g Bond.
Comic Book Cover, Innovation Comics, LOST IN SPACE #3. Pencil, Ink, Brush, Opaque gouache. I have such fondness for this old television show, and was fortunate enough to befriend actor/musician Bill Mumy (Will Robinson). He wrote this short-lived comic series after fighting long and hard to get a publisher and the legal rights. Bill is one of the finest gentlemen I've ever met, and has a wonderful family of his own. His children (son Seth, daughter Liliana) have followed him into success in film and television.
In this piece, I incorporated elements of the early season episodes (the silver spacesuits), as well as the memorable opening from the final season... the animated pips behind where the title would go, and the 7 to 1 countdown that was always accompanied by John Williams' stirring theme music.