Posted by Trustpigs October 04, 2012

Started HERE and then HERE, we continue our series of posts about Pete Fowler's process in creating the painting being given away by our friends at Dudebox. As we'd previously announced, Dudebox are holding a contest of their Facebook page 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. As of yesterday, we saw Pete's beginning of background detailing…

Leaving the most prominent figure for last, Fowler begins to detail the foreground elements. Most specifically, that wood patterning upon the boat:

Then he adds a bit of tonality to some of the background and color blocks the foreground figure. Starting to really take shape now…

Come back tomorrow for the final "work-in-progress" posting of how this piece was made.


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