I love digital art, so by trying to teach myself, I have been using superheroes to practice my skills. So here are a few samples of my work. Please let me know what you think. Any critique is more than welcome.
Here is one of my very first attempt at drawing Spiderman in an alternative costume.
Then I saw a picture from a scene from one of the Spiderman movies and thought that I would give it a go. Plus, I created a new suit. One with some protective padding and darker colours to help him blend into the darkness.
After the 2nd Spiderman, I thought to go for something more Greek and female. So, I went to do some research and found out about a Forest Imp/Nymph and created my own version of one.
Then, I saw how difficult the female form was and the preview for the new Dracula movie came out. That is how I ended up with Carmilla, the first vampire. She was created even before Dracula, but for some reason does not appear to be that create success as she does not appear in to many movies/series etc.
So, after feeling a bit more comfortable about my skills in Photoshop. I thought I would branch out a bit into photo manipulation. As that is how I actually got started in the whole business. Obviously, Iron Man was the only option, plus, I saw an Iron Man speed art on Youtube. Can't remember by who it was.
Naturally, I wanted to now create my own superhero. Which ended up like this. A cyborg with a flying destruction ball that he also uses to travel with.
Then one day, I saw a challange some guys did on the net where they took a picture and recreated it in their own style. So, I thought I would give it a go as well. I decided Deadpool would be an awesome challenge. Plus, I had just recently watched the movie scenes from the game.
From there, I wanted to recreate a scene from Superman and found a picture from the scene with the help of Google.
Naturally, I went back to Spiderman and gave it another go and ended up with this.
Then the Batman movie came out, which featured Bane.
One day, I decided I want to print one of my designs on aluminium, but none of my work really jumped out at me. So, I created this piece which was also a new style that I wanted to try out. (Still haven't printed it out)
Eventually, I wanted one of my own designs as my wallpaper and not someone else's work. Which naturally led me back to Spiderman.
Then, I heard a new DC series was coming out, Supergirl. Which led me to this.
And that folks, is the end of my Digital Art. Thank you for taking the time to look through it.