Keeping the flow of my “thin line” drawings with this devil-dude. The original palette being a red devil with a yellow background…but decided to switch it up because too many devils are red. This came from a combination of a story idea and finishing that new Night Stalker documentary. I love to just map out a character…then proceed to just chip away with details throughout the course of a few days. More to come I’m sure.
The process of intricately drawing robots and rereading some Claremont X-Men titles led me to drawing this bad boy. Right off the bat, the biggest challenge with this piece was not drawing thick bold lines as I almost always do. And, looking back, I can still draw thinner. And I feel this drawing in particular would’ve benefitted from that. Moving forward I shall take the approach. Anyway, I like how this turned out. It fun to sort of map out a drawing and just “pick” at it throughout the week. Some dings and dents here…some miss-wiring there…and there you go.
Boy, feels like I haven’t drawn in a while! Well, not my own stuff anyway. I’ve been thinking about drawing more samurais for a few weeks. I love that they’re something so ancient yet can be combined to look so futuristic. And you can never draw a samurai “wrong”. So I drew one with a skeleton bursting out of it because a skeleton bursting out of something makes everything better (not me though).