Sunday Drive oil on illustration board with airbrush. This was used in a national ad for a space advocacy group which was published in Asimov's SF Magazine and the Magazine of Science Fiction and Fantasy. My model resources are a friend I worked with at the planetarium (the assistant director) and his family wearing ski suits that I turned into spacesuits. It shows a family enjoying the view of their home, a crater colony on Mars.
Hola de nuevo: ahora les presento a la protagonista de la historia: Ámbar, pero en versión manga... si, no soy fan de lo que hacen los japoneses y sinceramente me dan hueva, pero visualmente son poderosos y hace mucho tiempo que no hacia este estilo, así que me dio la gana dibujar a la chica así. Luego verán algo de ella, pero en su estilo real.
------------- Hi, again: So, I now show the protagonist of the story: Ámbar (or Amber, for English.speaking friends ), but in manga version. Well, am not a fan of the Japanese do, but they are visually powerful. Cooming soon, I show something of Ámbar in their original style.
You can read my webcomic available in english here: [link]
but there's really nothing different from this one to the usual ways that i draw her, so the title could be misleading, but alas...it's what i called it when i saved it days ago. the only real difference was how the face was drawn. which has been lost to hair. ehh...it's ok...just a doodle to keep me busy.
urban. Terra (c) AdamRoush
5/17-22/08 PSCS2/ google sketchup for bridge, with PS paintover
After completing my first Kimono kitty, I decided to do all four seasons. This took longer than I thought it would, but I believe the results are well worth it. I wish you could see the gold glitter embellishments!
This piece has personal meaning to me, as I am currently living in Japan, and the maple trees are just starting to change color. I think it's time for me to scout out some beautiful Japanese gardens while the leaves are in their prime, and perhaps finish the day off with a nice chestnut flavored latte. :3
Watercolors & ink on 300lb watercolor paper. (26ish hours--yikes!)