Yep, I finished a new video! This one here is of the process (drawing and inking) for my Hawkeye teddy bear, one of the newest additions to my Comic Book Bear Series.
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Very excited to finish this bear up and add it to my official line up!!
Still working away at these Comic Book Teddy Bears. I had a handful of them drawn for my last convention in August (Robin was one of those) but I couldn’t resist finishing up this darling Wiccan bear before all the others! Excited to have these guys finished and ready for printing. With any luck, I’ll be able to get one or two more done before this weekend– I’d really love to finished Speed. 🙂
I don’t know who’s next (either Hulk or Speed!), but I will be streaming the drawing of some more comic book bears Tuesday at 1pm Central Time on my Twitch Creative Channel so come check it out if you’re online! I’ll even be taking requests while I’m on.
Note: I’ll have this little cute along with all it’s companion mini-prints available at Visioncon next weekend!
They aren’t “super heroes” or even really “super” at all, but you have to have some villains if you’re going to have super heroes. Besides… DC makes some real good villains. I originally made these designs to be hung side by side, too.
That’s it for super bears so far, though I have several more that are still in progress, including the Sub-Mariner and Dr. Strange. 🙂
That Captan America bear was absolutely one of my favorite installations to my Super Bear project. He even got a title– “Steven “Fight Me” Rogers”.
And, of coarse, where would Captain America be without his faithful young side kick, Bucky Barnes?? Before anyone fusses about “That isn’t Bucky from the movies!”, You’re absolutely right. It’s not. I designed his bear print off of the young side kick from his comics because I love that uniform and those colors. I’m planning to make another one that better suits MCU-WWII Steve (mostly because there isn’t enough Winter Soldier anything. Period.) but until then, he gets this one.
I’ll have another set of these adorable bears coming your way tomorrow, so check back!
A while back I had posted an image of my Superman inspired teddy bear illustration (Superbear), and just recently realized I never finished putting up the other bears I had finished and sold at Planet ComiCon in May! Oops.
So, here you have Batbear and Stan Lee.
“What? Stan Lee??”
Yes, Stan Lee. Since he was at the convention and it was announced to be one of his last ones, I decided to make a little limited edition print of him as a bear.
Each of these illustrations also produced some pretty adorable buttons, which you can find and purchase in my shop. Haven’t gotten prints up yet, but they will be. Soon.
Stay tuned, I’ve got several more to post up over the next couple days.
It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! No, it’s a Super Bear!! Who’d have guessed?
Been working on more and more merchandise for the upcoming conventionS (That’s right, PLURAL!) trying to keep my head as we go. So much to do and I suddenly have so very little time! Ahh!
It’s very exciting, though, doing all of this for the first time. The “partner” piece to this will be up next once it’s complete, while I continue progress on a few more sets of stickers and, most importantly, my Gnome Coloring Book.
P.S. I would just like to point out that while Superbear’s fussy expression was not entirely intended, it is my favorite. The end!
Finally time for the chilling of the seasons.
Can you tell I’m ready for winter?
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything, and I’m sorry for that! I’m working my hardest to keep projects running, and I haven’t done much work that isn’t related to the webcomic I’ve started up or art inspired by fandoms I’ve fallen into. Still, my portfolio needs some work, so it’s high time I got going on some new pieces to keep that up to date and hopefully get some work coming my way. 🙂
Here’s the start of a hopefully productive winter season!
Kansas City lost one of it’s greatest treasures a week ago in a tragic gas explosion. It was not only my favorite place to eat or have a drink, but it was also a wonderfully warm place with friends and a welcoming atmosphere. I was their valet many years ago, and I still treasure having worked there and have been given the opportunity to meet the people I did. As such, I didn’t hesitate to contact a woman on the committee of a benefit event for JJ’s Restaurant and offer to donate a piece for their silent auction.
It’s been a difficult week, trying to think of something worthy of the restaurant, as well as something to keep the interest of bidders. This is what I’ve come up with. It won’t be very big, measuring about 12″ x 6″, and I haven’t decided yet if it will be in oil’s or acrylic given the time restraints, but I’m looking forward to it’s completion, and hopefully the money it will raise at the auction.
Another excuse to make cute cards has presented itself. Viola! Because you’re never too old to make valentines…
Looks like I forgot something!! I failed to upload this just after I finished it for sake of keeping some surprise in the cards people would be getting, and then forgot completely about actually uploading it to the blog! Well, better late than never.