Back to writing tutorials today, so nothing new to show you art wise. Instead, here’s a quick, three part break down of the Catwoman illustration. I’ve changed up my work flow recently, by beginning with a very rough sketch and then jumping straight into the inks to polish up the line work. This has sped up my production time 2 fold because I no longer have to double back over intricately refined pencils. Instead, I’ve left the finished line work to the inking, and simply wor
Time to let the cat out of the bag... Here’s Catwoman. Leather clad and ready to pounce!
Unlike my Superman piece, I’ve put my own spin on her design - a subtle mix of bad-ass and sass. -Clayton #dccomics #comiccoloring #comics #comicart #batman #catwoman
Long-time no see! I’ve missed you bud… And I’ve REALLY missed drawing. Do you know it’s been well over a month? My tablet has literally been gathering dust while I hammer through assignment after assignment. I’m pleased to tell you that I’ve brushed off the dust and am well and truly back in action (and fully qualified to teach!)… So you’ll be hearing from me much more often from here on out. This week I had a craving to draw Superman. Hadn’t drawn in a long time, so I warmed
When it comes to drawing comic art, I’m a big fan of dramatic shadows and a lot of detail. You can blame Todd McFarlane, Greg Capullo and Mark Silvestri for that… (damn I miss the 90’s)
If you’ve laid your eyes upon the awesomeness of David Finch’s work though, you probably recognize the influence he’s had on my own art. Anybody remember the Dynamic Figure Drawing tutorials Dave created for Gnomon?
Those valuable pearls of wisdom taught me most of what I know.