I really like how Bearman Cartoons turned out. It looks cartoony and a little creepy at the same time, and actually resembles his character too. Wins all around.
This is Obed or Obi Debo ... he's got a big smile ...
I really let myself go on this one and there is a video of the whole painting process that I will upload to the internets soon.
This is Meg ... and I don't really have much to say about Meg. She's undead and judging by that smile, really enjoying herself. Maybe its because her first meal was her asshat of a boss that always made her work the late shift and made inappropriate advances on her.
He deserved what he got.
This is Brent,
his face got bent.
Tore off some flesh
and left a dent.
My rhymes are DOPE yo!!
This was made before I found the awesome white gel pens to add highlights like crazy.
Who else wants to be a zombie? Let me know.
With zombie 136, aka Jordan, was still having fun with the splatter style of art. I wasn't letting it dominate my work but it was really making its presence known.
H/T to +Andre Vandal and +Karina Ruiz Diaz for funding this portrait.
At least the picture supplied had a clown wig ... I should have given him a clown nose too.
I really like how the hair turned out.
+miri dunn I really started to explore the splatter art and minimal pen work in the project. I think the little Buddha turned out really well.
Trying something a little different with Miriam ... yet the same.
This is simple watercolor paint on canvas then pen.
Biggest difference is that it's canvas.
Neat effect but not one I stuck with for long.
Brian had a huge hat collection in life, but now in his undeath he only has 1.
This was funded as a surprise gift from Brians wife and ended up on a shirt for him.
Married couples are funny sometimes.
This is Ali .. and you can see that I have started to move away from the super loose lines and have begun to once again define the features and tighten up the lines.
Also , backgrounds. There hasn't been a defined background in several pictures.
Who is Kim and what happened to her dog?
Something isn't right here ...
This was the first dog I painted in this style and it was fun to be so loose with the lines.
I was going through a phase ....