Digital-Doodle: The Hulk
I've always been fascinated with the character of the Hulk. He's a great contemporary play on the classic horror transformation tropes from stories like The Stange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and The Wolf Man. In my Hulk headcanon, his ideal story is two parts horror story to one part disaster movie.
Shared as a free PDF print on Patreon.
This turned into more than a doodle.
Inspired by one of my favorite movies, the original Alien. The sequel isn't too bad either.
I plan to color/ finish it up over the weekend and I'll share this on Patreon as a PDF print.
Taken from a suggestion via a Twitter D.M.
Loosely inspired by a classic Barry Windsor-Smith X-Men Comic Book Cover. I've always been a fan of the punk-rock Mohawk version of Storm.
I will share this on Patreon as a PDF print. I plan to color it later today and put that up there at the same time.
Launching weekly Digital-Doodles.
Kicking things off, here's my take on some Batman art.
Batman imprinted on me at an early age. I had Batman coloring books and Batman Underoos. Some of my earliest memories of TV watching include re-runs of the live-action and animated Batman shows from the 60's. And of course, later I grew up with the Batman comics, the newer animated shows and the movies. I have three Batman Black & White statues and an Alex Ross Kingdom Batman action figure on a shelf behind my work station right now.
I like Batman. I just don't draw him very often.
I will share this on Patreon as a PDF print. I think I might color it later today, and put that up there at the same time.
And I'm opening the floor to suggestions for next week's doodle.
What should I draw next?