I made this a little while ago for 5finity’s VOLTRON: United and Drawn art book. It was a lot of fun. The only guideline was that the image had to be somehow related to Voltron. I got my copies in the mail a couple weeks ago and I’ve got to say that they did a very nice job putting the book together.
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The Nevada Museum of Art has a great selection of classes and open studio sessions. We just finished a four week open studio focusing on the costumed figure. The models were great and all had a wealth of knowledge regarding the time periods and characters they were dressed as. I’m trying to get my traditional media legs back so I made an oil sketch each session. The first one was embarrassing enough to get turned upside-down and reused the second week (WWII German Medic). Each panel is 16” x 20” and was made in just under 3 hours.http://blog.andrewjohanson.com/images/Costume1.4.jpg
at 12:17 PM
Another card from the same Warhammer set that I posted about earlier. Here's the other card. This armor already existed in the Warhammer universe so it was more my job to give the guy a pose and render the armor nicely enough to make it look attractive. I had a lot of fun doing it.
And the sketch. The green line shows where the card template cuts into the image.
at 8:00 AM