Coloring From The Past: Wonder Woman Rebirth


This was an art piece I did the line art last year, but haven’t been able to color until later.  The reason behind this was because I didn’t have the coloring experience I had when I worked on both the Batman and Logan pieces.  With the recent release of Wonder Woman trailer online, I went back to my earlier work, more seasoned than before.  The coloring process took about a day in a half to complete. It involved using layers, masks, and channels. The channels were used to distinguish line art, flat colors, and levels of shading (this took the longest) for selection purposes. The layers and masking were used for the color shading & tweaking, effects, and creating ambience.  By the end, I was more satisfied with how it came out the second time.


Audrey Hepburn


While working on the last art entry, I was listening to a LoFi Hip Hop music stream on Youtube when I came across “There’s Such A Lot Of World To See” by Joey Pecoraro.  When I looked up the song, there was this black and white picture of the late Audrey Hepburn. Afterwards, I felt like recreating it.

Logan, The Most Interesting Mutant In The World (Complete)


It took about a week to get all the inking and coloring done. There were a few parts I’ve changed from the original pencil work (most notably the hand and claws).  The idea for this piece occurred ever since I saw the first trailer for Logan, which I got to see the movie over the weekend (it was truly great). I couldn’t help but think, “He looks like the spokesperson from the Dos Equis commercials.” Searching online for any artwork to see if anyone’s done it already, but surprisingly (at the time), no one. Regardless, here it is.

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