I originally sketched this Spider-Doppelganger with a ball point pen on paper, scanned it and then digitally inked and colored it in Photoshop. The pose is loosely inspired on The Vitruvian Man by Leonardo da Vinci.
You do terrific work, Jesse--beautiful stuff here. Also appreciate the behind-the-scenes "extras" such as the in-progress images, mentioning the materials you're using, etc.
This is a reproduction of the cover artwork on the Atari video game cartridge Q*bert. Originally this was a old pencil sketch which I inked with Pigma Micron pens. I ended up digitally reinking it and coloring it in Photoshop. It was a lot of fun to work on.
Originally I sketched this May Parker Spider-Girl & Miles Morales Ultimate Spider-Man piece in BIC pen. After scanning it I then digitally inked and colored it in Photoshop. These are two of my favorite Spider-Man costumes and I really enjoyed drawing them. In hindsight I really should add a cityscape background to add more of a web-slinging feel to it.
Since I currently don't have access to a computer with Photoshop or a scanner I will continue to post older pieces until I get a chance to do some new stuff. Originally this Steelheart from the cartoon series SilverHawks was a pencil sketch drawn way back in 1997. A few years ago I found it, then inked and colored it digitally in Photoshop. There are a few other versions in my gallery for those interested.
This Carnage & Spider-Man piece is a very old illustration that was originally sketched in pencil, inked with a technical pen and then colored with Prismacolor markers & colored pencils. Years later I would recolor it in Photoshop as well as add another character from a different piece. All three poses were drawn from looking at a pages in Amazing Spider-Man #379 and Venom Sinner Takes All #3 respectively.
This is another reproduction of a much older piece originally sketched with pencil. Within the last few years I inked and colored it digitally in Photoshop. There is variant version in my gallery for those interested. The reference used was a Lady Death 1995 Trading Card.
This Cheetara pose was originally sketched in ballpoint pen, then digitally inked and colored in Photoshop. I decided to draw the classic version as well as the newer Thundercats cartoon design. I'm not entirely happy with this running pose and plan to do another version.