Upon hearing about the new upcoming “Dragon Ball Super” series I remembered talking to a few people about the lack of Saiyan women in the series. So I decided I wanted to take a stab at it and drew my interpretation of a Female Super Saiyan. I really hope something like this happens in the show because it would be awesome! Also, while drawing this it reminded me of a time long long ago when I drew some fan art and sent it in to the Beckett Dragon Ball Z Collector Magazine. I looked around and found it so here’s also a throw back to 2003 and a very early piece of published fan art from yours truly.
I was very happy to be invited to participate in a local podcast here in NC. Everyone there was awesome and I had a great time. Hopefully I get invited to do some more of these in the future. If you’d like to listen just click the following link..
Right now I’m working on Art for the card game Wasted! The game itself is a blast to play and I’m getting excited as we approach the prototype stage. If you would like to see more updates and stuff check out ArrowCatcherGames.com
I heard about Inktober for the first time this year and was intrigued. I know I’m a little late to the party and I’m not following the rules exactly but I plan on doing at least a few more of these. Maybe next year I’ll do the whole month.
This image was made from a pencil sketch and inked mostly with markers and a Bic style pen. If you would like to see a bigger version you can right click the image and open it in a new tab. There is some actual India ink on it and I really wanted to try my hand at using a brush but I need to practice that skill set a bit more. I’m just more comfortable using my markers for now. Although, I must say I truly admire those who are skilled with the brush.
That’s it for now, have fun drawing everyone!
Here she is.. Finally, the set is complete. This piece means a lot to me for several reasons and I’m currently feeling that special kind of joy you feel when you get something out of your head and bring it to life.
This was created with pencil and markers for the line art and the rest was all done in Photoshop. This is a smaller web version but when I get the prints made this piece is actually 11×17 at 400 dpi. I’ve stared at my computer screen for many hours putting this together so for my next piece I might give my eyes a break and paint something on canvas. That sounds kind of fun. I haven’t done that in a while.
Oh yeah, I just thought it would be neat to show the original sketch of this as well so…
Have fun out there! LaTeRz