on the Friday of New York Comic Con I dressed as Misty. I FUCKING LOVE THIS COSTUME!
as a kid, Pokemon was a really big deal for me. Imaginary Pokemon were basically the only friends I had. I would run around pretending I had a Chameleon ... he never evolved... actually now that I think about it he was never even Charmander. Whatever bitch, I'll pretend what I want to!
So, recently I started watching pokemon again from the very first season, I'm on episode 8 of season one right now and the nostalgia is mind blowing. Obviously I just had to be Misty... but... I guess... a more grown up and bad ass version. HA!
Anyways, I hope you guys enjoy
This photo was shot by the Guy Code team of MTV, photographer is Colin Douglas Gray
I love portraits. I've been trying to become better in doing such drawings for a while and I hope there is and will be some improvements xD. Whatever... This is a protrait of a friend of mine, which I finished 2 days ago.The scanner wasn't very good so excuse me for this :/ The drawing is done in HB,2B,4B and 6B derwent pencils and 2B mechanical pencils and derwent artist coloured pencils for the coloured part. P.S. I won't be angry if you don't like it but I would like you to comment it
This was originally a tattoo design I had created for myself, but decided against getting. Recently a client found the design while flipping through several of my older sketchbooks. He asked me to refine the design, and give it more of a wild, "mongol-lookin" (as he put it) style. After a few revamps, and a bit of research into traditional Japanese depictions, and ancient mongolian life. The design came about, combining designs from Traditional Japanese theatre( Oni, Hayanna, Shishigucci, and several others from Noh Theatre) and froma general description of what the ancient Mongols of the time of Ghengis Khan usually looked like the modified Oni was created
So if you've ever seen my gallery before you'll know I'm into Art nouveau, and recently I heard about a fella called Bob Masse who since the 60's has been creating posters for bands such as Cream, Bob Dylan, The Doors, Ten Years After, Pink Flloyd and more recent bands and festival posters too. I always liked this psychedelic style of art but did'nt really know much about it. Anyway he blends elements of Art nouveau designs and particularly the graceful flowing gown wearing women Alphonse Mucha favoured with sixties acidic colurs or sometimes stark black and white. So i thought I really fancy trying this. I also wanted to use lettering in an Art nouveau piece but did'nt know what to use (Mucha usually had an event or product to advertise so that was easy for him!) So I used a lyric from my favourite Black Keys song She's Long Gone from their Brothers album ( Their best album in my view ) and went for a stark black and white image this time for a change. Its around A2-A1 size on heavy smooth watercolur paper in indian ink and a variety of fine liners from 00.5 up to 0.8. I used Lisajen-stock[link] for the figure reference, thankyoufor some great stock photos by the way.