I am absolutely digging this piece by Ron Frenz. From what I’ve seen of his other work, he uses a black rectangle as an interesting point of contrast. I am finding his portfolio inspiring. Check out some of his commissions here 👉 catskillcomics.com/frenz.htm and here 👉 comicbookcatacombs.blogspot.com/2011/05/ron-frenz-gallery.html
It’s been awhile since I posted a piece. I was adding some Bruce Timm images to a Pinterest board, last week, and I found a Spider Woman (Jessica Drew) that he had done. What struck me about was the simplicity. The line from the should to the knee inspired me to take a shot at re-drawing the piece.
I added more detail, moving away from the simplicity that had so inspired me. It worked out though. Usually I go way overboard, and become tired with it. This one was fun to do. It’s nice to get back to my roots, pencil/pen to paper.
Yehuda Adi Devir is a Tel-Aviv-based illustrator, comic artist and character designer who creates adorable comics about his daily domestic adventures with his wife, Maya.
Source: Artist Illustrates Everyday Life With His Wife In 10+ Comics | Bored Panda
Yehuda creates some heartwarming illustrations. They are well worth a few minutes of your busy day. I really dig his style, and his wit. Check out more here [ yehudadevir.com ]
Just a quick sketch of Goku. It took me longer to apply the sloppy inks to the piece than it did for the pencils.