Yes, it’s a sketch card post. No, I’m not sorry. Although you do have my apologies for this post going up two days later than intended. Maybe some pretty pictures will get my mind off the nagging questions and thoughts about the state of our world after last night’s shocking revelations for awhile though. Anyway, it may not mean much in the grand scheme of things, but here ya go. Enjoy.
Supes, Wondy, J’onn, Canary, and Bats have since been colored. Have a looksie:
Sometimes it looks as if I have a clue what I’m doing, eh? Next we boldly go where no one has gone before with the baldest and bestest of the Star Trek captains…
Wasn’t trying to be hyper-realistic with them, but they turned out to be pretty fair likenesses, methinks.
Now, before I go, a little something for the sports fans (so umm, basically everybody that doesn’t stumble upon my blog exclusively to see the old Jaime Hammer & Brooke Morales Benchwarmer cards). So without further ado, from deep space to the Dawg Pound (cuz he has a little fresh trade bait I’m liking), here’s a lil something I starting whipping up for the Great Sports Name Hall of Fame‘s super collection:
Never has more effort been put into a piece of art of a perpetual backup QB. Seriously, that helmet was complicated all get-out. But it’s looking pretty good so far, methinks.
The only card I’m keeping is Black Canary, and Seneca is will be going Timmay, of course. But the rest are available for sale or trade, so let me know if you see something you like.
That’s it for this post. Holla.
Until our next…
Ooo you weren’t kidding, that’s wicked cool! Thanks man, it looks fantastic – I think one of your best so far! And I love the comment about the backup QB-ness hahaha….very nice!
Super talented. I’m trying to encourage my 10 year old with his art. He started out tracing stuff and then of course it was very rudimentary drawings. Now he’s eyeballing stuff and doing a pretty good job. He drew a picture of a Dr. Pepper bottle the other day that made me thirsty.
That’s great! Making art is super fun and can be both mentally stimulating and relaxing all at the same time. It’s amazing how fast you can improve when you keep at it pretty regularly. Turns out that’s kinda important. Who knew? 😛