Dropping a fun little sketch from yesterday inspired by the new Deadpool 2 movie. 🙂
It was wonderful to see the extent of medals captured by our Canadian athletes at the Pyeongchang Olympics; it may not have been a gold this time around, but I think I can say that we’re very proud of both our men’s & women’s hockey teams. Considering how great she played despite her injury, it was even more incredible to see the games Shannon Szabados played. Good job girls! 🙂
Looking at the pieces I’ve done so far, it seems I’ve done quite a few goalie art haven’t I? Actually almost all. 😀 Time to switch it up I think!
I hope everyone’s enjoying seeing all the wonderful art being posted around social media by many artists for Inktober 2017.
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I used to do a lot of gothic-themed work back in the day, and lately I’m finding myself more and more interested in bringing that back into my work again.
This Inktober happened to coincide with the previews of the last season of Black Sails, and fans like myself who can’t believe we’re saying ‘the last season’ know it’ll be a great finish. Meanwhile, there really is no better excuse to draw some pirate-themed art, and with the Inktober challenge this month I thought it would also be a great chance to test out some grey-toned markers for the first time. I decided to use a combination of 3 cool-toned grey markers from ShinHanart, and I must say I’m already hooked on these beauties.
Here are 2 pieces that I have done so far for the challenge. Both were fun to do, but required some surprising amount of research for such a small project. I quickly realized my knowledge of the colonial era, or rather everything from clothing to utensils of the 1700s was limited. That was solved with some web-browsing and more excuses to re-watch seasons of Black Sails. 🙂
As perhaps one the earliest anti-heroes, Silver’s a definite favourite of mine.
Leading up from the beginning, I found Season 3 to have really developed the character of Long John Silver to a likeness to that in Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island. As with all of the cast, I was of course impressed with Luke Arnold’s performance. Therefore, as I recalled scenes with a certain parrot of Silver’s from the book, I knew I had to incorporate her into a piece related to the show & actor somehow…and I thought why not as a drinking buddy? 🙂 Well let’s hope she doesn’t take a sip…I’m keeping my fingers crossed that if this is going to be a finale, we will see a glimpse of the beginnings of Treasure Island. The appearance of the parrot ‘Flint’ would definitely give me a chuckle.
I finished this piece up recently and I thought it might be nice to share some progress shots along the way. This one was another personal project that I had an idea for a long time ago, but never found the time to sit down to see it through. I was glad I finally got to put it to paper. With Halloween around the corner, it seems I finished on time to show this one. All inspired from my nephew’s love of pancakes, everyday.
from prelim. drawings to colour stages
As a means to get more practice in with my micron pens, I decided to work on 2 small and quick drawings.