Posts Tagged ‘nightwing’
Nightwing should be in blue. Sorry, Cully.
EMERALD CITY COMICON 2012 -AND- C2E2 2012 PRE-ORDER COMMISSIONS ARE NOW OPEN! Attending the show and want a sweet piece from me? Email me at email@example.com for details and we’ll make things happen!
Everyone make sure you’ve got copies of the NEW Skyward #2– information below!
Skyward #2 Graphite Edition
Written and Illustrated by Jeremy Dale
Cover Colors by Steve Downer
Letters by Thom Zahler
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We’re talking of those times when so much is on your plate at the same time that all needs attention that you’re working through every bullet point like a marathon. After a while, it’s just nice knowing it’s DONE. You can always improve on the next piece– getting it done is more important, especially when needing to get those bills paid.
A nice piece may make me happy for a moment here and there, but a finished plate? Priceless.
On with the sketch!
From NYCC. Drawn on muted blue cardstock with blue pencil, Copic marker, and white pen. A convention favorite of mine.
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Enjoy! Let me know what you think.
- jeremy dale
Featuring some of the full commissions from last weekend’s MegaCon in Orlando, Florida!
If there’s one thing less surprising than me getting a request for Black Cat, it’s me getting a request for the Barbara Gordon Batgirl and Nightwing… and I’m never tired of drawing it. I’m a sucker for these two, I guess. Keep those commission requests coming!
Drawn in blue pencil on 11 x 17 inch bristol. Converted to greyscale in Photoshop.
I usually do commissions in regular pencil or ink and Copic markers (depending on what’s requested) but at shows I’m finding it easier to work with a blueline pencil to reduce smudging and keeping it clean on the show floor. They don’t erase as well as a normal pencil, but that’s teaching me to be more precise with my lines, which I like.