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Steve Morris
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Grace Jones - Night Sands
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Fight Club 3 #9 variant cover
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Fight Club 3 cover issue #7
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Drusilla Comic Cover #5 (unpublished)
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Fight Club 3 #1 Variant Cover
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Drusilla Comic Cover #4 (unpublished)
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Unpubslished Drusilla cover #2
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Drusilla cover #3
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The Magicians Graphic Novel Cover
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Stranger Things issue #2 variant cover
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Grace Jones - Night Sands
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Fight Club 3 #9 variant cover
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Fight Club 3 cover issue #7
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Drusilla Comic Cover #5 (unpublished)
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Fight Club 3 #1 Variant Cover
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Drusilla Comic Cover #4 (unpublished)
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Unpubslished Drusilla cover #2
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Drusilla cover #3
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The Magicians Graphic Novel Cover
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Stranger Things issue #2 variant cover
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UNDELIVER-ME|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
These are some nice covers.
Great work.
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UNDELIVER-ME|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Seriously man, really artistic. I envy the creativity.
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cryptomoon| Digital Artist
Hey Steve! I've been a huge fan of your work for years. Especially your weadonverse covers. You have such a soft rendering style paired with dramatic action that makes your stuff instantly recognizable. 

Would you mind sharing a bit about what tools you use/your process? 

Keep up the inspiring work! (That Drusilla #3 cover is exceptional, btw!)
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Hi, Thanks very much!

I work 100% digital from start to finish, using Photoshop and custom brushes. On the softest pieces with a lot of line work, I draw the lines and then add color. For the more heavily painted looking pieces, I usually have a rough sketch and then start immediately roughing colors and refining them until the end result. Recently (like with the Giles covers), I've been painting in black and white, making a full render…then I use a gradient map to apply an overall coloring, with some additional layers of spot coloring using the blending mode.  That's a very general overview, if you have a specific question, let me know.

Thanks, Steve
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IDCabrera|Student Digital Artist
Thanks for all that Power Rangers works, you're awesome.
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