Even rookies know that a Green Lantern isn’t without fear. A Green Lantern overcomes fear. Everytime they face it.
I had the opportunity to take part in the latest Ten Paces and Draw swap based on the theme “Bravery”, I received a sketch from Abi Stevens to go off of, which I may have diverted a little bit from this time. I have to say that this was my favorite swap yet. See all of the entries here
I’ll have to give them a symbol, just as I’ve always done! — To show them evil can be confronted and beaten!
togetherinthisdream asked: Are you really a real human being? I would like proof please.
I can assure you that I am in fact a real human being and have all of the inherent flaws that go with it.
the-cupcake-butterfly asked: Oh my god! You are sooooo talented. I wish I was that talented. It looks like fun. What programs do you use? Do you use like a drawing tablet like a bamboo one?
Thank you so much! You’re too generous. I use Photoshop for everything (CS5 to be specific) and am using a Wacom Bamboo Pen and Touch but I’m hoping to upgrade soon to either an Intous or Monoprice.
kalahirashepard asked: Whose your favorite xmen?
When I was a kid I really liked Ice Man and since I was raised on the 90s cartoon Rogue and Jubilee. Now that I’m a bit older I’d probably say either Kitty Pryde or Quentin Quire.
However if we can expand to just beyond the Xmen to people who have appeared in Xmen books then the answer is the entirety of Alpha Flight.
Oh, my stars and garters!
Primrose ventured deeper and deeper into the forest on her quest knowing the spectral summons would protect her from its more hostile inhabitants.
I know it’s only May but if you are a high school student (ages 15-18) who thinks that spending the summer inside drawing rad things and watching cartoons sounds way better than a job at the ice cream hut or babysitting your little brother or if you know of someone else who fits that criteria I’d like to suggest the Summer At Cornish Precollege Program from July 8-August 2nd where I happen to be teaching a Sequential Design and Illustration course.
Last year we had a blast and some of the things coming out of the class included a biker dude prince charming, multi-colored bats dripping with disease and a sea captain literally sword planting a torpedo into a submarine. I can vouch for the fact that most if not all students left the class with portfolio worthy work based on real life assignments.
You do not need to live in Seattle to take part of this, I know for a fact housing is available and they even do extra programming for the students living on campus. Also if you register and pay before Friday May 3rd you’ll get a 10% discount on the course
Feel free to message me if you have any questions.
This past winter I illustrated the children’s ebook “The Diggery 3” for MeeGenius written by LaQueshia Jeffries. The story details the daily adventures of 3 scientifically inclined siblings and is now available in the MeeGenius shop or via their app.
When I went back and looked at it the colors on the old version were bothering me so I thought I’d rework them.