Saturday, September 21, 2013

Captain Mega-merica!


Whoo-hoo! Final done! Here's the final version of my Mega Man Captain America parody illustration. Brought the final image from illustrator to photoshop and used a two different aged papers I got from Mayang's Free Texture Library and Free High Resolution Textures (  and

In Photoshop I have three separate layers (paper textures on top two, illustration at the bottom). I merge both my textured paper layer and place the layer option on Multiply with and opacity of 60%.

Once satisfied with the paper layer, I switch to illustration layer and create a copy as a backup. At this point I start to erase bits of the illustration using erase tool and used various grudge brushes and a crumpled brush which I found at:

And that's pretty much it. 

Special thanks to Sam "The Man" Kirk for writing up the dialog.

Oh, almost forgot. A good place for fonts is It's free so go wild!


Almost done! a few more details and this piece is G2G!


Hi guys! Figured I'd show you where I am at with the rendering process of the "Blue Bomber." Working on Wily right now, but as you can see it's coming along nicely. Trying to finish the good doctor today and may be start Sonic.


Hi guys! Here's the latest project I'm working on. It's a parody of Captain America No. 1 for Megaman! I'm trying to do a promo to capture Archie Comic's attention. Well, here we go! Below is the thumbnail and outline sketch for the project. If some of you are wondering what the parody is here's a copy of the very first issue of Captain America.

Saturday, September 14, 2013

IAVA 2014 T-Shirt Competition

Hi everyone! Been really busy this month working at my part-time job at Lumiere Media, Inc. Having a great time working with them on a WWII project, but it's definitely time consuming working as production assistant.

Anyhow, here's the last work I've completed. IAVA (Iraqi and Afghanistan Veterans of America) is an organization I'm part of. For some of you who don't know, I'm a U.S. veteran and served in two tours in Afghanistan.

IAVA is a non-profit organization founded by a veteran for veterans. This was for a t-shirt competition for their 2014. The thought was showing two soldiers helping each other out; perfect to represent of IAVA stands for.

We'll gonna keep my fingers cross and see if I get lucky.