Yesterday, we began an exciting series of posts revealing the process of Pete Fowler creating a painting (click here to see Part 1). What painting? you ask. Well, as we'd previously announced, our friends at Dudebox are holding a contest of their Facebook page, with the winner receiving an original Pete Fowler painting. Done to support the release of the upcoming Pete Fowler and Fiends series, beginning with the 5-inch tall "Dai Ocean" figure that is limited to 300 copies and will debut at NYCC, and it is that very prize painting that we get some insight into the creation of!
So after Fowler outlines his major linework, he creates the main color blocks that will underline all the imagery:
Then a little more detailing on all the background elements, leaving only the foreground figures in their rough form:
Come back tomorrow for the continuing "work-in-progress" production of how this piece was made.
Tuesday, September 13, 2016 - 2:03pmSwoon! Ever since the event was first teased, I've been wondering if Konatsu would be bringing any of her super cute watercolor illustrations to myplasticheart for her solo exhibition. Well, the above imagine indicates a firm "yes"!
Tuesday, April 12, 2016 - 4:55pmWhile he's much more than the parts that make up his identity, mix Lisa Frank, Trapper Keeper art, and some hallucenagenic materials, and you've got a good idea of where Mikael B. is coming from.
Friday, April 1, 2016 - 5:06pmWho doesn't like an illustration of a pretty lady? Dorian Vallejo is a master of the pretty lady illustration, turning girls performing mundane tasks like putting on their makeup, checking their phones, and cleaning their purses into eye candy.