- Posted on January 19, 2018
This is a progress animation of my Transformers Starscream and Bumblebee drawing. The road so far until it’s finished. Drawn in Clip Studio Paint with my drawing tablet and animated in GIMP.
The core of the drawing is Stick Figure Skeletons and boxing of shapes, then refining and cleaning. Click on the first Image to see the progress animation.
- Posted on November 20, 2017
Vampirella is a iconic figure I don’t know much about. But I think the look of her is interesting and much deeper then the lack of clothing on her body. So far I have enjoyed exploring her looks and I look forward to finishing her Line Art. I have not decided if I should make a background, but I will atempt to color this piece.
As usual, made with my Wacom Intuos 4 L drawing tablet on my computer using Clip Studio Paint software with a lot of drawing, erasing, cutting, pasting, moving, resizing, reshaping, rulers and so far a bit of vector too.
- Posted on September 22, 2017
Anna Paquin and her character Sookie Stackhouse was the biggest reason I watched True Blood together with Alexander Skarsgård (Eric Northman) and Stephen Moyer (Bill Compton ). This Fan-Art of Sookie Stackhouse is my first real try to do True Blood Fan-Art. It’s drawn after a reference photograph I have found a long time ago. There are a few small differences between the photograph and this piece and they might get bigger before this is done.
This is drawn and colored in Clip Studio Paint with my old Wacom Intuos 4L drawing tablet and my computer setup. To be continued!
- Posted on July 18, 2017
Some more Transformers Fan-Art time. This is work in progress, the Transformers G1 character Prowl.
As usual, drawn digitally on my Wacom Intuos 4L drawing tablet and the software used is Clip Studio Paint. In this one I’m sketching lines, converting it into clean Vector lines with the help of the ruler tool. It is somewhat based on the Masterpiece figure.
- Posted on April 17, 2017
I have added more detail to the drawing. Here is more information from the previous post:
A remake of a drawing I made in 2008. The plan then was to quickly create a drawing I could make a big Poster of, which I did by rasterize it and printing it on like maybe 9 A4 sheets which I taped together on backside.
It was a cool idea so I decided to refresh the drawing to fit better in amongst what I draw nowadays. We’ll see if this gets customized for Poster size or not. I have not decided if it is completed now or not, but close to, anyway. Remade in Manga Studio with my Wacom Intuos 4L tablet.
Latest version made in Clip Studio Paint (former Manga Studio). Made with Wacom Ituos 4L tablet.
- Posted on October 11, 2016
Time for a log awaited update on the Blog. This is the first part of my Speed Drawing series Come Here.
The Drawing is being made in Clip Studio Paint, captured with OBS Studio and edited in Shortcut. Art made by Tuulikk and music by Paradise Lost.
- Posted on March 06, 2016
This is my new project, drawing Bumblebee from Transformers Generation One. This is the third update. Made in Manga Studio with my Wacom Intuos 4L drawing tablet. It’s based on my Masterpiece action figure of the character. I have gotten suggestion of putting him into a City and I think the next update will have the start of a scene.
Bumblebee is in 2 point perspective and the rest of the drawing is in 1 point perspective. I decided to not go with a older background. It will probably show up in progress animation later on. I like where this scene is going.
- Posted on March 03, 2016
This is my new project, drawing Bumblebee from Transformers Generation One. This is the second update. Made in Manga Studio with my Wacom Intuos 4L drawing tablet. It’s based on my Masterpiece action figure of the character. I have gotten suggestion of putting him into a City and I think the next update will have the start of a scene.
- Posted on March 01, 2016
This is my new project, drawing Bumblebee from Transformers Generation One. So far I’m basing him on my Masterpiece G2 figure, but I might add details from other sources. I think the toy makes a good reference because it is pretty much spot on how he looks in the cartoon and in comics. The next image is a animated GIF of my progress so far.
I’m working in Manga Studio and I’m using 2 point perspective ruler/layer on some parts of his body. My plan is to sooner or later make it into Vector lines like I’m used to for cleaner look and in some cases more details. but we will see. I miss the older dirtier look of my older drawings, but not the lack of detail compared to what Vectoring the lines has given me. I’m thinking about what kind of setting to put him in, but I have no clue so far. Any suggestions?
- Posted on December 24, 2015