Spacecraft or subterranean ship of some kind. New sketch from my sketchbook. Pen and Prismacolor markers. I've been enjoying working with simple shapes and limited color. I'm aiming to make screen prints in this realm.
Had some fun with my new Copic neutral grey markers. These are now my favorite markers. I drew this on Graphics 360 paper, on the back side, which I find is much better for building up a lot of layers and drawing passes on than the front side. I drew this up to help visualize the world that this sequence takes place in.
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This is racer's vehicle from the racer vs chaser storyboard sequence I've been creating. It is really fast, hovers as well as flies, and has a large flame exhaust. This design is somewhat inspired by the boxy/angular late '88(?) Honda Accord I once had, with flip up headlights, stick shift, surprisingly peppy for what it was. Something about it felt futuristic too. I think it was seeing those headlights flip up quickly at night. Loved that.
I've been developing a storyboard sequence I'm calling racer vs chaser. These are some quick color studies of the cityscape that I made with Prismacolor markers. I limited myself to a palette of seven markers, plus some black on the right sketch.
Welcome to my new blog. Here's a couple recent pen and marker sketches looking down on an abandoned US city in the far future. This is from a personal project of mine called Silverback Last, based on a very caricatured version of Earth's possible future. It's a story about the last silverback gorilla on earth and the quest to sell him.