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The Human Torch

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Here's an old drawing I did of The Human Torch. I drew it on paper and scanned it and digitally colored it. The uniform is based on the Tim Story-directed Fantastic Four movies. The background is a patterned fill I used in a paint shop program.

M.M.: Maria Menounos

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Here's another initial drawing. It's been a long time since I drew this and the Jessica Alba drawing, but I must have decided to continue the initial thing into whichever was the second one. I found both drawings when I was going through some old artworks recently. They were both in a big sketchbook I have. I drew this the same way I drew the Jessica Alba drawing.

J.A.: Jessica Alba

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Here's an old picture I drew of Jessica Alba. It's her as she appeared at the premiere of her movie titled Honey. I drew it on paper and inked it with a Sharpie marker and a pen. I found it among my old artworks recently and decided to blog it.

Christopher Hart On deviantART

Christopher Hart has a deviantART page here. Christopher Hart authors books on how to draw. I have a few of them. Sometimes he posts funny journal entries or posts about contests that he's got going or will have going. If you haven't seen his deviantART page, or his site yet, I recommend checking them out.

Zen Pencils - 163. KEVIN SMITH: It costs nothing to encourage an artist

163. KEVIN SMITH: It costs nothing to encourage an artist: RELATED COMICS: Roger Ebert – On Kindness. Stanley Kubrick Answers a Question. Neil Gaiman – Make Good Art. Shonda Rhimes – A Screenwriter’s Advice. Ira Glass – Advice for Beginners. John Gre…

Building My Favorite Photoshop Custom Brush By Bobby Chiu

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Understanding What We See

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I like watching these videos and seeing things I can apply to my art.

Happy 4th of July!

Happy 4th of July to all those who celebrate it!


Review: The Manga Artist's Coloring Book - Girls!

I recently reviewed a book for Christopher Hart. The book is titled The Manga Artist's Coloring Book: Girls! The review is on Amazon, and you can see it at this link. It's a cool book!