Here we go with the last issues of this series. More of the same, except I tried a new technique for the last two issues. Also, these issues constantly changed up the locations, which is always nice. While it was sad to see such a fun book come to an end, it meant I would then be off to new exciting things! I think...
Anyway, all art by Jake Parker on these ones. Enjoy!
It just occurred to me that I never finished posting pages from Rocket Raccoon. Let's do something about that!
So, here are pages from the issue 7 and 8 arc, which was drawn by Filipe Andrade. This was a nice change of pace in terms of colouring. It was also all on an ice planet, which was a lot of fun, and quite different!
I've been binging on Lovecraft audio-books while working lately, and this inspired me to do a little digital painting. It's pretty fun drawing something with little regard to anatomy and other such inconveniences. I might have to do it more. ;)
Now, who wants to travel the aether in a brain cylinder?
Because I'm a big nerd I love giant robots. I also love building models and miniatures. So, when I recently discovered Bandai's Gundam model kits, I naturally crapped myself. I became obsessed with these things, and have since bough and built a few (among other model kits).
This particular kit is the second one I put together, and the first one I fully painted. In fact, I also bought an airbrush just for this task, so this was also my first time with one of those. Talk about trial-by-fire!
Anyway, here are a few pictures of my fully built and painted Master Grade 1/100th scale RGM-96X Jesta. Enjoy!
So, here is the rest of the series. Issue 3 and up is where things really got crazy, and I got to go absolutely nuts with the colours. I was really starting to get the hang of the art at this point, and was really getting into the groove. I look back fondly on these pages. Anyway, enjoy! Oh, and all the sweet sweet lines are by Skottie Young.