It’s probably not entirely accurate to call these digital paintings, but it’s as close as I have ever come. The first non-era specific Godzilla was an experiment, and then I just kept going and started adding some color splashes. I plan to do a few more in time for the Super Robots Giant Monsters show in Massachusetts at the end of March.

Space Usagi in color

I scanned and colored the pre-grey toned inks from my Space Usagi for the Stan Sakai CAPS benefit auction. The Stan Sakai benefit auction is to help Stan and his wife Sharon. Sharon’s illness requires 24-hour care and medicines that cost more than their insurance covers. I will post again when the action is live. You can also help in various ways here:

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This is a process blog  for my Space Usagi for the Stan Sakai CAPS benefit auction. The Stan Sakai benefit auction is to help Stan and his wife Sharon. Sharon’s illness requires 24-hour care and medicines that cost more than their insurance covers. I will post again when the action is live. You can also help in various ways here:  

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su dark copy

The final inked and toned piece. Done on 9×12 Bristol, inked 95% with a Japanese brush pen, the rest with microns. Gray tones done with Copic markers warm and cool grey sets. I didn’t want to use any white out, but I couldn’t help myself and used a little Pelican Graphic White with a brush. It was used mainly on the large black area on his left wrist. I was careful to plan it so those areas would not need shading as the Copics would not work properly over the white.

 

 

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