Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Superhero watercolor girls

I know that I haven't been posting regularly, but that doesn't mean that I haven't been churning things out....just not much time for acrylic paintings recently. Here are a bunch of watercolor pieces I did recently though. I wanted to keep the colors as simple flat tones and avoid getting into rendering things too much. All 9x12 ink and watercolor on watercolor pad paper.


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Brian Murphy said...

Love the way the hair flows around the Poison Ivy gal...very classic beauty!

~ tOkKa said...


The Avatar is a total surprise ,Mike !! !!

Brian's right, your Ivys are the best !!

tombo said...

Very cool drawings,Mike. I like how you used only 1 color for the entire drawing.It reminds me of when you'd see some illustrators just use black and a color to create some covers for magazines line the Saturday Evening Post.

franco said...

so awesome...what do you use to outline the drawings.....did you use a pen or brush? what kinda brush?

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