nice acrylic painting jason. miss ur comic artwork..
Hi, Zid. Yeah, still drawing. I enjoy it.
Hi, thanks guys, thanks Katon, Amy.
Sorry, very busy with work, no chance to draw. I need to clock some drawing hours.
Adakah engkau tahu bahawa para penyelidik telah membuat kajian untuk mengetahui berapakah jam dalam latihan diperlukan untuk mencapai tahap Expert dalam mana-mana kemahiran? Tak kira dalam permainan badminton, catur, menari dan lain-lain.
Ia adalah 10 000 jam latihan.
My Chinese New Year Lion Dance is on Danone Dumex website banner.
nice and goodwork on ur manual artwerks , yeah its hard to play with acrylic..i had the same problem too when i was exploring it during my foundation years hehe…
anyway happy chinese new year konghei konghei!
Happy Chinese New Year to u….
I personally hand-drew these t-shirts myself.
Black t-shirt pigment water based markers on white cotton Northern Rock t-shirts.
Each is drawn in free hand, as I can't trace the artwork on the shirt, can't see through the shirt. Haha.
Hugh Jackman Wolverine, men's size L.
Batman, men's size M.
The trickiest part about these is that no correction is allowed. I don't have white paint for t-shirts that I can cover mistakes with. So I had to be very very careful each stroke of the way. Haha. But it was fun.
impressive freehand skill dudes! very confident!!
it's awesomeee… i know it must be hard doing it. are u selling this?
irkuysdamha, yes, I am selling the hand-drawn t-shirts. I'm also taking orders from customers. Please see your private message box.
please PM me one more time. last time it was full..
Ok, will PM you one more time. Now.
huh,jason,payah giler tuh nak lukis kat baju….
Saya diminta untuk lukis Optimus Prime(Transformers) untuk seorang kanak-kanak berumur 7 tahun.
Baju putih adalah t-shirt berkualiti dari Kiko.
Harimau dilukis dan diwarnakan atas kemeja T perempuan saiz Medium dengan menggunakan ArtLine T-Shirt Markers.
waaa….wat a cooool idea. i also use to draw my tshirt by hand before. but i use dye only to draw it. hahaha…
Wow….amazing….u'r so productive….good job man.
Happy Chinese New Year!
suda jadi pelukis fine art all the best!
“You like me because I'm CRAZY!” Finally, after about a week's time,working on it bit by bit. It finally paid off. I contemplated whether I should add a simple background but dreaded the thought of more work. Haha. Anyhow, I might add a simple background later, but for the moment, this is as good as it gets. I went in and cleaned out and tidied up all the parts. Mix of both Illustrator and Photoshop. Illustrator was mostly for the colored lines. Illustrator is best for making all the curvy lines and outlines in my opinion. But I will try the traditional inking way next time instead. As for the mallet, it was mostly colored lines through photoshop. Some final shadows were done using just seperate layers set at multiply and sprayed on.
For the Harley Quinn close up, it was added with a noise filter and a multiply layer spray off light yellow. To give that textured slightly vintage effect. I love how the face turned out. She's gorgeous to me! Haha. ^^ This is one beautiful crazy girl! Too bad she is obsessed with that Joker guy. About the face coloring process, it was all gradual. I was thinking this was gonna be a challenge. Usually, a face without white face paint, a normal face has different skin tones, I can paint and bring out the features easily. But Harley's make up face was a different thing altogether. I did not plan to add purplish mascara. At first, I was aiming for just shades of grey, just pasty white look. But as I went along, I thought why not experiment with different tones and hues of purple, blue, and grey. Mix it up. I think this mix brings out her features more.
Superb artwork bro! :love:
Thanks, Sammy! I gave it all I've got for this one. Can't wait to learn through more tutorials and lessons to beef up my illustration and painting skills. Go Naruto Shipuden Ninjitsu!!!!!!
Commission piece. Batman Begins. Client wanted a portrait of Christian Bale Batman in Batman Begins in monochromatic color scheme & Japanese Chirashi style; hence the Japanese text. Chirashis are mini movie posters. Popular in Japan and as collectors items. This is largely done in traditional media of water color, inks, pencil. Text and logo made with Adobe Illustrator. Some minor adjustments through photoshop. He's the goddamn Batman! ^^
Welcome back JK… wow.. speechless! What the great artwork.. :love: i love the tone..
Thanks, in2cr3ativ3. ^^
Eat Your Veggies, Soldier! Captain America pin-up. Pencil and then inked with Illustrator and colored with Photoshop. This is more of an animated-look Captain America. The features and anatomy are more simplified. But I tend to add details even when I'm aiming for simplified. Hence the details of muscles on the arms. The background was made using shapes in Photsoshop and sprayed dirt using Siya Oum's brushes. ^^
Thor: Pencils, Pen, Watercolours
Hulk: Pencils, Pen, Watercolours
Size: 8.5″X11″ artblock paper.
Latest commission piece.
Hawkman pin-up. Based on draft by Ivan Reis.
Pencils on A3 artblock paper.
“Hawkman wants BIRDseeds!!!!!”
“Hulk smash planes! Planes leave Hulk alone!!!!!” Hulk, the loveable green giant. His catchphrase is 'Hulk Smash!' An unstoppable juggernaut powered by Gamma radiation. The thing about drawing Hulk is, you have to really make him look angry. Like really really pissed off. Here we have Hulk just making his way through a city, but some people just won't leave him alone. The trail of destruction is a by product of Hulk defending himself. For the jets, I liked F22 Raptors. The most powerful fighter jets and they look very cool. Suits Hulk.I use more shadows on this one. Personally, I like my drawings with less black areas. But people seem to like that heavy inking/shadows feel. Lastly, drawing windows on buildings is a pain! But enjoyable! Hulk Smash! (Pencils on 180gsm artblock paper, A3 size)
Batman VS Joker commission. Pencil stage.
This was done for Color Studies class as a final assignment.
It is a reproduction of a famous artist's painting titled “Conquest of The Air.” It was painted by Roger De La Fresnaye in 1913. It is exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Original was oil painting.
Mine is acrylic on cotton canvas.