As a comic books fan since I was a kid, I wanted to pay tribute to the King of Comics, Jack Kirby. As I use Affinity Photo for the digital part of the drawing, I also seized the opportunity to test and play with the design kit « Splat!« , made by Frankentoon. This studio sell a lot of very interesting resources, mainly for Affinity products and Procreate. There’s a wide choice of brushes, assets, backgrounds, swatches… It provides user’s manuals, sample files and video tutorial for most of its kits. So if you’re a user of one of the software I mentioned above, you should have a look at their website : https://frankentoonstudio.com
I recently made a bunch of Wacky Races sketches and I eventually managed some time to make a speed painting of Dick Dastardly. It was done in Affinity Photo and took me around 1.5 hr. As we can see, the poor guy lost a part of his ear during the process 😛
It can be sadly ironic to watch my last year New Year message with its hopes and new resolutions. But
sh.t things happen and we sometimes don’t have much control on it. Anyway, I managed to produce a few drawings and illustrations. Here’s the 2020 retrospective.
I wish you all a Happy New Year 2021 !
Well it’s holiday season, so I tried to have some fun drawing some elves. Not sure they look so friendly though… 😛
Graphite + Digital colors done in Affinity Photo.
Unfortunately, I don’t have much time to make the vector illustrations I like to draw. But I still can use some spare time to make some sketches that I can also colorize from time to time. 🙂
Done with pencil, colorized in Affinity Photo.
Some quick digital painting I did, starting from a traditional pencil sketch.
These one are most likely the last of the photo-fit series. 🙂
I just did the Six Fanart challenge. The characters have been given to me by my friends on Facebook, so I’m not responsible for the choice. But I plead guilty for the result. 😛