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Showing posts with label Creativity. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Creativity. Show all posts

Saturday, April 16, 2016

Wonder Woman 75th Anniversary

Here's a fan art ilustration I made to celebrate 75 years of Wonder Woman.

Princess Diana of Themyscira a.k.a. Diana Prince a.k.a. Wonder Woman, first appeared in "All Star Comics" #8 in December 1941 published by DC Comics and created by the American psychologist and writer William Moulton Marston and drawn by H. G. Peter.

My favorite rendition of the warrior princess of the Amazons is definitely Lynda Carter's from the 70's TV show, but I also love Bruce Timm's Wonder Woman from the Justice League animated series.

So it's hard to pick just one inspiration for the character, but I tried to focus on the constants. Which are: Wonder Woman is gifted with awesome super powers and battle skills, and she possesses an arsenal of weapons, including a pair of indestructible bracelets, a tiara (yes, she can throw it at you as a projectile), and the Lasso of Truth, which she uses to force bad guys to speak only the truth... or in this case suspicious birthday cakes.

This was also my submission for this year's Comic-Con International Souvenir Book.

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Monday, August 31, 2015

August 2015 Sketches

Here are some doodles from my sketchbook I made during this month:

Mixed Martial Arts Gesture Drawing

People Sketching

Draw Every Day Sketch

Girl Doodles

Jedi Gesture Drawing

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Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Artists Share Their Favorite Tools Of The Trade

Just like a carpenter might have a favorite hammer or a mechanic might have a favorite wrench or any other worker in a skilled trade, every artist might have a favorite tool that they can't do without or that they keep coming back to even after experimenting with other tools.  For me its the Prismacolor Col-Erase Colored Pencils, they're great for initial sketching or under-drawings. I always carry some with my sketchbook.

I wondered what others work with, so I asked some of my favorite artists on Tumblr and Twitter what their favorite tool of the trade was. This is what they shared:

How about you? What is your favorite tool of the trade?

Friday, July 31, 2015

July 2015 Sketches

Here are some doodles from my sketchbook I made during this month:

Kevin and Ralph. Hollywood Babble-On.

People Sketching.

Luke Skywalker on Tatooine.

Drawing Hands.

Dj Chucuchu.

Drawing fists.

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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

June 2015 Sketches

Here are some doodles from my sketchbook I made during this month:

Figure Drawing Sketch

Coffee Shop People Sketching

"It's what you don't see that keeps you on the edge of your seat in any kind of film - leave it to the imagination of the viewer." 

-Christopher Lee


People Sketching

Random Sketch

Another Random Sketch

Dragon Sketch

Poolside People Sketching

More Poolside People Sketching

Girl Sketch

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Friday, June 12, 2015

Jake Parker's 5 Tips for Aspiring Artists

It's always great to find talented artists like illustrator Jake Parker who actually have a calling to teach and sincerely enjoy sharing their knowledge with others. Jake recently posted a video (see below) of his visit to Singapore, where he gave a lecture and a workshop. During a TV interview he was asked what tips he would give to an aspiring artist and he listed these five things you need to do in order to be successful:

1. Have a Full Creative Bank Account.  Always fill your mind with stories, great artwork, architecture, current events, etc. All this information and inspiration you withdraw from your creative bank will be very useful when creating artwork.

2. Master Your Craft. You have to get really good at what you're doing.  So, set your goals, learn the fundamentals, experiment with different techniques, and draw every day.

3. Take On Personal Projects. Don't just draw when you are asked to. Create projects yourself and assign projects to yourself. Because a lot of creativity and freedom comes from these projects that only you can create.

4. Collaborate With Others. Find a way to collaborate with those around you and make something bigger than a project you can make yourself.

5. Share With Others. Share your process, share what you've created with others.  Whether it's online or in person, like conventions and galleries, put yourself out there and pass on what you have learned.

How about you? What would be your next step to be a successful artist?


Siempre es muy suave encontrar a artistas talentosos como el ilustrador Jake Parker que realmente tienen una vocación para enseñar y sinceramente les gusta compartir su conocimiento con los demás. Recientemente, Jake publicó un vídeo (vér arriba) de su visita a Singapur, donde dio una conferencia y un taller. Durante una entrevista le preguntaron qué consejo le daría a un aspirante a artista y enumeró estas cinco cosas que hay que hacer para tener éxito:

1. Tener una cuenta bancaria creativa llena. Siempre llena tu mente con historias, buen arte, arquitectura, acontecimientos actuales, etc. Toda esta información e inspiración que retires de tu banco creativo será muy útil al crear arte.

2. Domina tu arte. Tienes que ser muy bueno en lo que estás haciendo. Por lo tanto, pónte metas, aprende los fundamentos, experimenta con diferentes técnicas, y dibuja todos los días.

3. Realiza proyectos personales. No te limites a dibujar sólo cuando te lo piden. Crea proyectos tú mismo y asignate proyectos a ti mismo. Porque mucha de esa creatividad y libertad viene de estos proyectos que sólo tú puedes crear.

4. Colabora con los demás. Encuentra una manera de colaborar con los que te rodean para hacer algo más grande que un proyecto que puedes hacer tú mismo.

5. Comparte con los demás. Comparte tu proceso, comparte lo que has creado con los demás. Ya sea en línea o en persona, como en convenciones y galerías, sal y comparte lo que has creado y aprendido.

¿Tú qué onda? ¿Cuál sería tu siguiente paso para ser un artista exitoso?


Sunday, June 7, 2015

Imperator Furiosa and The Wives

I fucking loved 'Mad Max: Fury Road'!!! Max is not even the main character in this movie, that title goes to Imperator Furiosa. She's the woman of action. Also kicking ass, the five wives: Toast the Knowing, The Splendid Angharad, Capable, The Dag, and Cheedo the Fragile.  Thank you, George Miller, for making this incredible film!

One last thought: Whenever you're complaining about your age, just remember that a 70-year-old dude made 'Mad Max: Fury Road' and it was awesome.

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Sunday, May 31, 2015

May 2015 Sketches

Here are some doodles from my sketchbook I made during this month:

"Chewie, we're home." May The 4th Be With You!

Dancing Paty

People Sketching

Harley Quinn from 'Suicide Squad'

"The beautiful thing about learning is nobody can take it away from you." - B. B. King


Snoopy digital sketch

More People Sketching

Imperator Furiosa and The Wives sketch.

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