Posts Tagged ‘ batman ’
We here @ Lineweights wish everyone a Happy New Year! We’re planning good things for twenty10 like another sketch crawl somewhere, a new look for the blog, new demo’s, and more stuff (please feel free to email us any suggestions!)
Here’s some rando noodling i neglected to post last year…dom doesnt like the sketch i did of him, but whatever, its not my fault he looks like that…
Here is the first sketch in a series of sketches that I am working on, based on photographs I took in New York City. We only had 4 days in NYC Manhattan, so sketching time was limited. But I did take a ton of photos, capturing little scenes I wanted to sketch out. This one is the beginning of the NYC Library…scenes all over town like this made me realize why NYC was such a huge inspiration to Comic Book artist since the very beginning. This one is for you Gotham.
I recently have been flipping through a stash of old school comic books and came across some really inspirational artwork. Silver-age comics are so dope, all “pre-steriods” comic book heros/villians, pretty simple yet effective art work and really story driven. Oh, first Blue bic ballpoint, then indigo blue verithn, then depth with indigo blue prisma. Enjoy!