Sometimes I Design Dresses, and Other Confessions

I always give high praise to clothing designers because I am in awe of all of the different things they have to keep in mind while doing their work. So sometimes I do it as a hobby, the study of wrinkles and drapery has always fascinated me. I also really Continue Reading

Prime Wars Trilogy Legends Class Brawn

Here’s a quick little number I did, I’m working more with back lighting, it can really add something to a piece. I drew this with Pentel pencils and Faber-Castell pens and colored it in Adobe Photoshop CC. Please follow and like us:

The Red Hood

I just finished reading a Red Hood: Outlaw TPB so I was inspired. This is just from memory, and I’m sorry his chest symbol isn’t visible. Please follow and like us:

Voyage ATL Magazine Interview

The kind folks at Voyage ATL Magazine interviewed me about being an illustrator and graphic designer Check it out here. Please follow and like us:

Omega Supreme

Here are my pencils of Omega Supreme, focusing on major detail. I used a (0.7mm lead), I just ordered a green-baralled version of the P207, so I’m looking forward to that. Please follow and like us:

Spider-Woman in Moleskine

I try to stay limber by sketching in a Moleskine every chance I get. Here’s a loose, energetic, sketch of classic Spider-Woman, I used to LOVE that comic when I was a kid, so dark. Please follow and like us:

Wreck of the Halifax

I drew this in a Moleskine while waiting to be picked at jury duty. I used a Pentel mechanical pencil and Faber-Castell Pitt Pens. This piece is totally off the dome, so it’s not based on any real ship or wreck, and the name “Halifax” is probably already used somewhere Continue Reading

Details, Details

I really enjoy it when Transformer art has a lot of the real toys detail included. Here’s a picture of Power of the Primes Battletrap I did, and I thought I would include a pic of the toy it’s based on this time. I penciled this with a Pentel Sharp Continue Reading

Thanos Snapped and Half My Ink Disappeared

Sakura Pigma Microns are some of the finest illustrating pens ever made. The ink flows perfectly and the metal tips are sturdy and precise. Some of the highest paid Illustrators in the world use Microns. I highly recommend them for any type of detailed work…wait for it…BUT, there is not Continue Reading

Titans Return Soundwave and Tapes

I drew this in pencil with a Pentel P207, then inked it with Faber-Castell Pitt Pens, then I scanned it and I colored it in Adobe Photoshop CC. Please follow and like us:

You Can Have My Brush Pens When You Pry Them From My Cold Grey IV Hands

I really can’t express just how much a simple set of grey Faber-Castell Pitt Pens can add to your work. It will add depth to your black and white drawings, and when pieces containing it are scanned, they can be color-shifted and maintain your hand drawn gradient. The packs contain Continue Reading

The Pentel Click Eraser is Not Unlike a Lethal Army Ranger

  For most of my erasing I use a Paper Mate White Pearl eraser, but before I go full-in on erasing the graphite lead from beneath my pen marks, I use the Pentel Clic Eraser to go over all the most important areas. The Clic Eraser is very delicate with Continue Reading

The Pentel GraphGear 800 WILL Get Your Mom’s Number.

I spent years using the trusty Pentel Sharp P207, but a couple of years ago, my favorite mechanical pencil became the Pentel GraphGear 800. The 800 has everything the P207 has, plus a more solidly mounted eraser, a raised grip where your fingers touch, and a sturdy, all-metal, tip that Continue Reading

The Pentel P207 is Like That Sniper from Saving Private Ryan, Except in This Scenario He’s Really Old and Shoots a Cow Every Tenth Shot.

The Pentel Sharp P207 is one of the finest mechanical pencils ever made. It’s weight is perfect, the grip is optimal, the clip is removable (which I usually do), and it’s so rugged you can use it to get a rock out of your tire tread and go back to Continue Reading

Kat Dennings

This is a digital painting I did in Corel Painter 11. I started with a “pencil” layer, then used the various brushes (Painter has excellent brush stroke realism), and then processed the final image in Adobe Photoshop CC. Please follow and like us:

Lost Light Rodimus

Just starting to read IDW’s Lost Light. New Faber-castell brush pen greys I bought on sale at Utrecht. Please follow and like us:

Shockwave

  Kind of a “Transformers Animated” version of Shockwave. Please follow and like us:

I’d Know it Anywhere

As always, I’m using the trust P22 Sharp from Pentel and Faber0Castell Pitt Pens, and a highlighter. The quote is from “The Outer Limits” episode “Soldier.” Please follow and like us:

Flying Dutchmen

I’ve been fascinated with the tales of The Flying Dutchman, a ghost ship never allowed to return to port. It may have been based on reflections on the ocean’s surface making ships in the distance appear to float several feet off of the surface. Please follow and like us:

Brainiac

I’ve always loved the Brainiac from the 80’s DC Comic Super Powers (successor to The Super Friends). He was a robot with an exposed brain and he rode around space in a big skull ship. I drew this in pencil, inked it with Faber-Castell Pitt Pens, and colored it using Continue Reading

Transformers Armada Galvatron: How I Do It

First, it’s pencils on paper (Pentel P207): Then Faber-Castell Pitt Pens over that: Then, color in Photoshop… Please follow and like us:

Transformers Combiner Wars Autobot Optimus Prime

    The Combiner Wars Optimus Prime is actually a really great mold. He’s a little short and stocky, but well articulated and powerful looking. Please follow and like us: