If you've been following one of my other blogs, you know the first part of a major Wandering Koala epic is over. Above is a possible cover for the collection. I drew it with a Prismacolor Brush Marker which gave me a really nice line. I'm not sure if I'm in love with the coloring though. What do you think?
Monday, August 11, 2014
Thursday, June 26, 2014
I just finished the last two illustrations for the first book of the ongoing Wandering Koala eSerial at WanderingKoalaTales.blogspot.com. I can't believe it's done! I still need to create a cover and color one or two more illustrations before I publish it in print and eBook format as Wandering Koala Digest 4, but the blog parts are finished and scheduled. And after the first part of the story is finished, they'll be a few days of bonuses, so be sure to check back for those.
So what's next? The next book in the series, of course, although I think I'll go back to the Picture Prose format I used in The Caveman Conspiracy, because I really like it and think it will work best for what's coming next. I'm not sure if I'll have it ready to go when the bonuses run out, but I'll try.
So, have you been following the story? What did you think? Leave a comment and let me know.
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
On the left the original hand drawn artwork inked with a Japanese Brush Pen for the ongoing eSerial at WanderingKoalaTales.blogspot.com.
On the right the finished illustration colored in Corel Painter.
I think they both turned out spectacularly well. What do you think?
Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
In my never ending quest to find "my" style, I find myself wandering back to previous attempts and combining two or more of them. The above illustration is an example. While it's not "there" yet, it is moving in an interesting direction.
What do you think?
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Friday, May 9, 2014
For my ongoing eSerial I needed a rich couple that stood out intentionally. So I drew from my love of things Roaring 20s and came up with these two characters. The woman has a Jay Leno chin, but it adds character. They were inked with a Japanese brush pen and Sharpies.
Let me know what you think in the comments!