These are some simple digital sketches. There will be more coming as soon as I can get classes to let up. Hey... at least I posted. That's a big deal for a jerk like me. Pray for the men who don't have jobs. And the ladies too.
This is Mike's villain from last week's freesketch. I know I'm not posting as often as I was... But life is resuming the lightening speed that it was at a while back. No I'm not excited about not being able to draw or paint for months on end. However, I'm glad to have work right now. Pray for the men who are having trouble taking care of their families. Better yet, give some money to a good Church so that they can help those folks. Bless you all.
Okay- the theme this week is DC Villains. I'm following Mike's retrocowboyart.blogspot.com lead with moving to the sketchcards. You might get a pencil, inked, colored, or watercolored card. If you want the original, it's yours if you just send money for postage or if you hit me up for it at a convention. Otherwise, you live with a scan. You've gotta post your request as a response to this posting. And you've got to do it by Wednesday at Midnight EST. I'll do as many of them as I can get to in a week. If I don't get to yours, try again next week. The free sketch day is random. I hope somebody requests at least one.
This was a Hawkgirl watercolor sketch that I did for some friends who get sketches pretty regularly at conventions. It was one of the first few pieces that I did on hot press illustration board. Although complex, she was great fun to paint. I hope you likes it. ;-)
This was a sketch that J told me to do at our D&D. I already spoke about how much fun it was. If you're visiting this blog, then you should also visit Jason's over at crossbetweenthelines.blogspot.com and Mike's at retrocowboyart.blogspot.com