Thursday, July 14, 2016

Drawing stuff!

For this drawing, I traced my rough pencil lines over a light table using a technical pencil, with an 0.5 lead. Next, I used a sharpie marker to color the hair and outfit, to add contrast, and make the character stand out more. For the next step, I decided to add a floor design (just something from the top of my head) to give the character some 3-dimensional spacing. Afterwards, I used a grey Copic sketch marker to add some shading to the character. Lastly, I decided to manipulate the drawing on the computer, to give it some color, and the end result was this cool drawing.

This drawing starting off as a warm up exercise. I was just sketching a rough idea from my head that later turned into this drawing. I liked it so much that I decided to post it on my blog. Who knows, maybe I will redo this drawing in full color one day. 

Stay creative!

Tuesday, June 28, 2016


Original character design drawn in 2015 using a .05 technical pencil. The final drawing was completed using a sharpie marker and copic grey tone markers.

Thursday, June 2, 2016

Pin-Up Girls.

 My first attempt at drawing pin-up art. The pose was drawn based on a photo that I saw a while back. The hair, skin, bikini designs and coloring were all created by me.

I decided to change the skin tones to show some diversity such as: African American, latina, middle eastern, caucasian, etc. because woman of beauty come in all shapes and colors.

Friday, May 27, 2016

B-Girl versions 1 & 2


Color practice. I wanted to design a character to go against a graffiti background. I was also practicing with textures to give the graffiti wall more of a realistic feel.

Thursday, May 26, 2016


One of my personal favorite drawings done in 2016. This started off as a black and white drawing, but I later decided to color and use a practice for coloring backgrounds. I'm really impressed with how the colors turned out.

Monday, December 7, 2015

She's packing some heat!

Original sketch using a black ink pen.

 Colored in grey tones then added visual effects.

Re-colored in blue tones then added visual effects.

Monday, November 2, 2015


Samurai showdown!
He is a pencil drawing of a samurai sword fight. The original drawing was in black and white pencil, but I added these color tones to give the drawing more visual appeal. The color tones were created through my camera phone. I simply used the color filters and a few visual effects to achieve the final result.