For day three of Inktober, my prompt was comical. A few weeks ago we were goofing around with all the masks we’ve accumulated over the years and paired Chewbacca with Thor’s helmet. My son thoughout it was funny enough to draw, so I made sure to find a way to slide it in this month.
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Groot was doing his best to aid in the fight, but once the bad guys noticed him and started heading his way, he thought he’d try out his new “cute little guy” defense to re-gain the upper hand.
Sketched out on paper and inked with brush pen, then scanned and colored in Krita on my Surface Pro 3.
This is just a little Rocket I doodled in a training meeting about HR stuffs. I’m excited for this next installment to be out in May, though Chris Pratt’s facial hair seems weird (pointy sideburns?).
Today’s bulletin doodle was the young Nova from Marvel comics. I decided to try rough coloring it real quick on my Surface, but the picture I took to start with wasn’t the best.
Windows 10 has a pretty nice screen capture capability built into the X-Box app, so I decided to record a doodle. I’m still trying to get used to the thing. I’m not used to having my hand in the way of my screen. I’m also going to have to switch some of the software I’ve been using. I could only get pressure sensitivity to work in 32-bit Krita and not at all in MyPaint, which I’m much more comfortable drawing with. Time to learn new tricks I suppose.
After last night’s Agents of Shield episode I decided tonight to doodle War Machine from the last Captain America movie.
I thought for tonight I would doodle the charger driving Ghost Rider from Marvel’s Agents of Shield. It will be interesting to see why they thought to wrap an entire season around that non-avengers character.
I’m trying to push my posing a little bit, so who better to start with then ‘ol crazy legs Spider-man. I built most of this in Inkscape trying to minimize the number of shape defining lines. I might find time to shade it someday.
I decided to render a quick step-by-step process video for my Cap’n-A doodle. (The movie was great!) Most of the drawing was in MyPaint (some corrections in Krita) and textures in The GIMP.
2. Subdue the sketch
3. Lines (front foot was junk)
4. New foot
5. Extra line weight and fills
6. Ground Shadow
7. Gray-tone colors
8. Add background texture
9. Layout shadows on figure
10. Color multiply the shadows
11. Add texture to figure
I’m really hoping i get a chance to see “Civil War” this weekend. So I doodled a little captain.