I love this technique! : messy red pencil sketch, quick markers on top of that, scan, slap on some colours, done.
I’m not giving up on brush and ink and watercolour and all that, but lately I’ve been kinda sick of the slow process, so this was fun! Also: I’ve been really into Guillaume Singelin lately! and Hair Shirt by Patrick McEown, and Zac Gorman (always Zac Gorman, always).
Hi y’all! I never posted this when I was done working on it even though I said I would… It’s the cover image for one of my fanzines! (btw I’m super-pleased with how they turned out and a limited edition might be up for sale soon?) The red is digital, but everything else is traditional - pencil and ink.
So this Zelda game with Zelda as the main character -thing… Someone reblogged it and said something about this being mostly a girl-Link and not so much Zelda, and it got me thinking: when I played Skyward Sword I just wanted to play Zeldas quest and fight with her godess powers and stuff. I think she’s pretty cool just the way she is, if she could just get a chance. Tetra and Sheik were cool - she can handle cool! even without changing Link.
Billy and Lolas apartment in fish-eye. It’s like, Tokyo style cramped in there.
I guess this is a pretty cool sketch? from my space stories Tumblr
Illustration of a girl looking from one space colony to another.
The colony she is looking at is a Bernal Sphere colony.
Hey guys! I started this really nerdy “behind the scenes”- type Tumblr where I’m going to post work in progress of a bunch of comics and illustrations and stuff that’ll all take place in these space colonies. … It’s mostly for my own satisfaction, but if anyone is interested - go ahead and follow! If all goes well I will print all the finished stuff in a nice package and y’all will be able to buy it!
(All neat illustrations will still be posted on my main Tumblr, so you won’t miss anything awesome if you don’t follow)
Oh, Tumblr! it’s been too long!
Here’s a commissioned illustration that I made for Spektakulärt, to be presented to the winner of best Swedish Sci-Fi/Fantasy book (Lars Östling - Planet 63) at Littfest - a litterature-convention/festival that was held this weekend in Umeå.
Other than that I’ve been working on a comics project and that unfortunately means I haven’t had much to show (yet) - as some of you might have noticed. But I feel really boring about it so I’ll try posting more from now on. <3