woah, this took almost forever.. I was working on this for like 100 years (mostly because I didn't want to continue working on this) I started this one last year.. in summer XD but today.. I decided to finally finish this one^^
yey, soon Iron Man 3 comes out.. totally gonna watch it XD
CHRIS EVANS DIGITAL PAINTING - June 13, 2012 Happy Birthday to @ChrisEvans!
This is my first proper digital painting - it took me about 16hrs to draw. I actually started doing this on a Samsung Galaxy Note first but then I kinda gave up drawing on the phone because I couldn’t zoom in to do details, sooo I continued doing it on Photoshop instead. :}
Check out the process images for this artwork on my tumblr -[link]
Some people might wonder, “What’s the point if it’s gonna look like the original picture in the end?” - well that’s exactly the point, to be able to recreate the image and see whether you can make it look as realistic using your own bare hands.
Peggy and Maria decided they wanted a girl's day and poor Tony ended up being cared by Steve, Bucky and Howard.
He is supposedly pouting at them because he wants them to play with him and feed him, but they just keep watching TV and the few times they look at him is to argue about how much Howard's son needs a haircut.
Another present for my friend Cherry who is wonderful and loves Steve Rogers too~ Drawing Chris is always such a pleasure but a pressure at the same time, he's so gosh darn beautiful I tried my best to capture it, I had fun trying to draw him in his Army uniform for once too~ Curtained hair really isn't my forte. Anyway it was fun to do and yey for patriotism~
Steve Rogers Captain America Played by Chris Evans (c) Marvel Comics Art by me Done on paint tool SAI
So my second portrait I did a while ago I'm still working on skin tones etc. This one I wanted to focus more on the lighting since well, his reactor should be the centre of everything. I adore Tony so much and this is just supposed to be a tribute to my love I really hope it does him justice though his nose was hella difficult, working with warm tones is difficult for me but it was more of a practice to dull down the skin tones compared to my last coloured piece. Art Me Tony Stark