• Wonder Woman VS Wolverine – Update
  • Posted on May 05, 2013
  • Click for larger image.

    DC Comics and Marvel Fan Art, Fan Crossover.

    This is a update to a drawing you can find in Related Posts here under. It’s created in ArtRage Studio 3.5 and ArtRage 4 with my Wacom Intuos 4L tablet.

    I have fixed anatomy and other details and added the moon in the background.

  • Wonder Woman VS Wolverine
  • Posted on November 15, 2012
  • Wonder Woman punches the shit out of Wolverine up in the air.

    This drawing is created in ArtRage Studio with my Wacom Intuos 4L tablet.

    The idea is to add a landscape or a cityscape i 3 point perspective under the fighters and later on color this piece. This drawing has already come a long way, but I will still probably update the anatomy and details some more.

    I’m thinking about also creating versions with alternative costumes.

    DC Comics and Marvel Fan Art, Fan Crossover.

    A bit bigger version of this image at my DeviantArt account here.

  • A Wonder Woman digital painting
  • Posted on October 14, 2012
  • This one has collected some dust on my computer. Don’t think I have uploaded it before on the Internet. I have made a small update to it today and now it will probably lay dead for a while more again, but at least its uploaded now.

    If I don’t remember wrong, this one is just painted, as in not a drawing being painted like most of my works in color. Most things are painted in one layer except some blacks that I made in another layer and put the opacity down a bit.

    Painted in ArtRage Studio with my Wacom tablet.

  • Batman and Robin in color
  • Posted on October 07, 2012
  • It took a while to get this far. I Don’t really know if I think the images are really done, but I think they are ready enough to be done.

    I did not get the poses right when I drew so I took DAZ Studio to help and let the 3D figures pose in a similar way as I drew before which led to the result being more real with more accurate anatomy. The images are drawn in ArtRage Studio with a Wacom Intuos 4L tablet.

    Fan Art all the way, classical Batman and Robin designs with minor tweak from me.

  • Batman and Robin work in progress 02
  • Posted on September 12, 2012
  • I have just updated this Batman drawing after fixing some serious anatomical errors from previous posting of the drawing. My eyes must have been tired the last time. :heh:

    There is still much to do, but this is as far as it goes for now. I like to jump between what I’m drawing when I draw for my self, I think that helps me see mistakes I have done and come up with solutions to them for the next time I revisit a drawing.

    This is Fan Art of classical Batman and Robin with some design tweaks like the Batman belt.

  • Spider-Man takes on Classic Avengers – Work in progress 03
  • Posted on September 01, 2012
  • Spider-Man VS Iron Man

    Somewhere deep inside Avengers Mansion.

    Spider-Man battles Iron Man in his Quest to defeat The Mighty Avengers to save his love from the hands of Kang The Conqueror and the Green Goblin.

    Earlier I started a Fan Art project where Spider-Man was battling The Avengers, classic versions of those characters. The idea was to make a few or more drawings of the battles. Now finally I’m posting an update to that project with a very small piece of backstory I have come up with. More later on.

    I think the drawing is mostly finished now! I think I’m going to make a T-shirt print of a raster version of it.

    The history progress of the drawing:

    Made with ArtRage 3 Studio and a Wacom Intuos 4L Tablet.

  • Batman and Robin work in progress
  • Posted on August 12, 2012
  • I want to draw some good old characters like Batman, TMNT, Transformers, He-Man and others and make it as cool as I can. This time I’m trying my hand (left one, as that is the one I draw with) on my first Batman And Robin drawing.

    I chose to go somewhat classical on them while doing some details my own way. Like the Batman belt That I base on Classical the yellow bat symbol Batman, the Frank Miller one and the Michael Keaton Movie Batman. I’m not that good at movement and foreshortening yet, so that’s what I’m going for.

    The first idea was to have Batman walking, but now he is doing some kind of Superhero pose that I think looks a bit weird. This is a work in progress that might or might not change much from what it is now.

    I have in mind to color it after I find a cool background for it. Untill then, well, the perspective line will have to do, I guess. 😀

  • Avengers VS X-Men Fan Art
  • Posted on June 08, 2012
  • Captain America VS Cyclops work in progress.

    Fan Art, made in ArtRage Studio 3.5 with my Intuos 4L tablet.

  • Jean Grey & Scott Summers
  • Posted on December 27, 2010
  • I like the X-Men, but I do miss Jean Grey and Scott Summers as a couple. Scott and Emma just ain’t the same thing. That’s a reason for me to read up on old collected X-Men Comics and Chris Claremont’s new X-Men Forever set in an alternative 90-ties Marvel world. And that is also why I have made this Fan Art of The Phoenix & Cyclops. May they some day find a way back to each others arms.

    This is made in ArtRage 3 Studio with my Wacom Intuos 4L tablet. Click on image for larger version as usual.

  • Marvel Girl
  • Posted on July 21, 2010
  • A while ago I saw that somebody had used the search words “Marvel Girl” on Google and found a drawing on my site. But the problem was, even if that person would have liked the drawing she or he found, it was not Marvel Girl. Because of that, I decided to make a Marvel Girl drawing.

    I want to draw Cyclops next, but I have not decided what costume he should be drawn in. Maybe a classic just like the Marvel Girl one? I’m also thinking about creating a Fan Art Portfolio, it might come in hand as I really like making Fan Art as well as more original drawings.

    Marvel Girl

    Marvel Girl is the first alias used by Jean Grey, one of five founding member of the fictional Super Hero team known as X-Men that exists in Marvels comics world. She is a Mutant, and that means she is born with powers that in most cases is manifested during the teenage years. She is born with telepathic and telekinetic powers, as in being able to read, communicate with and control minds as well control (move) physical things with her mind.

    In comics, the X-Men Movies and cartoons, she is more known as the Phoenix. To read more about her, turn in to her Marvel Comics page.