Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by Lord_Dubi, Feb 3, 2013.
R.I.P. Satine [2.2.13] - A quick drawing and colors from The Clone Wars episode "The Lawless"
A nice tribute to Satine. Poor Obi... such a sad moment.
Thank You! It was sad.
Sketch Cards of Aayla Secura, Aurra Sing, and Shak Tii
Sketch Cards of 3PO, Jar Jar, and R2
Sketch Cards of Cad Bane, Boba Fett, and Jawas
Sketch Cards of Ki-Adi-Mundi, Kit Fisto, and Mas Amedda
Sketch Cards of Yoda, Yaddle, and Santa Yoda
Sketch Cards of Saesee Tiin, Watto, and The Emperor
Stephen Stanton's Clone Wars Characters. Original art is 11"x14"
A few more sketch cards:
Eeth Koth and Ziro the Hutt
Your sketch cards are very colorful. What media do you use? Do you get pre-cut cards, or do you hand-cut yours, like I've been doing?
I use pre-cut Strathmore cards and mostly prismacolor markers.
Prismacolors are great (my colored pencil set is still in that "too awesome to use" category, though. Pricey!), I've tried a few of them. How well do they blend? Does the ink last a good long time? And after layering on some color, does the paper start getting this gritty feeling to it?
I like them, they blend very well, but it depends on the paper stock, they bleed through some thinner paperstock, but there is hardly any gritty feeling.
Something that started with a doodle, turned into a full art piece on a small notebook cover, and loader page.
Mara Jade sketch card
Ahsoka Tano sketch card
The Emperor's New Grump
You officially have the coolest notebook.
Great work, love these.
These are fun! I love marker works!
I do have a small critique/advice tidbit. Are you interested?
I would take it easy with the white gel pen. It's a very fun and useful tool, but it can quickly become a little too much. I try to use it only on surfaces that are specifically supposed to be highly reflective. In other cases (on matte surfaces), I'll use it to break a solid line (an inked line) to soften it. But lately, I've tried to use it very sparingly.
Just a thought!
Thanks. It's actually the first time that I'm trying to use them in my art. Working on a large-format hand-drawn/digital Super Mario Bros - Star Wars crossover poster now in colored pencils, inks and maybe prismacolors.