Fanart piece requested by someone (this is me attempting a  foreshortened perspective). The idea was to show Quicksilver and Lorna posing with Magneto’s helmet since they’re the ones most similar to him….
For this drawing, I tried a different route because I’m trying to find a workflow that works for me: did the initial sketch on photoshop, then printed it out to “ink it” with a .5 copic multiliner and used my gray copic markers (which I never use) to shade it. Scanned the drawing back in to color digitally.

Fanart piece requested by someone (this is me attempting a  foreshortened perspective). The idea was to show Quicksilver and Lorna posing with Magneto’s helmet since they’re the ones most similar to him….

For this drawing, I tried a different route because I’m trying to find a workflow that works for me: did the initial sketch on photoshop, then printed it out to “ink it” with a .5 copic multiliner and used my gray copic markers (which I never use) to shade it. Scanned the drawing back in to color digitally.

Finished the fanart I posted last week. The final result has been screenprinted on French Butcher White 12x19 paper

I decided to include some gifs to show the work behind this piece. One gif shows the drawing process, I started by taking a picture of a convertible for reference, then drew from there. The other gif shows each layer of color as I was silkscreen printing it. Here’s a video about silkscreen for those who don’t know what it is. Needless to say, it’s quite a process and this took me 7 hours to print.

The print is available for sale in my bigcartel shop. Otherwise, I’ll be selling it at the next convention I do.

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amnhnyc:

This image shows the 1947 progression of a mount for the Wolf Diorama in the Jill and Lewis Bernard Family Hall of North American Mammals.
It begins with the positioning of the skeleton, then modeling the wolf form with plaster of paris, followed by the making of a cast, ending with a completed paper manikin which the wolf skin is fitted over. 
Learn more in this video series about the restoration of the Hall of North American Mammals.

Taxidermy amazes me but also creeps me out. 

amnhnyc:

This image shows the 1947 progression of a mount for the Wolf Diorama in the Jill and Lewis Bernard Family Hall of North American Mammals.

It begins with the positioning of the skeleton, then modeling the wolf form with plaster of paris, followed by the making of a cast, ending with a completed paper manikin which the wolf skin is fitted over. 

Learn more in this video series about the restoration of the Hall of North American Mammals.

Taxidermy amazes me but also creeps me out.