A while ago, I was fortunate enough to have been sent some of Spectrum Noir's Illustrator and Graphic Markers. At the time, there were very little reds in the sets I had been sent and I commented about this in my review, not long later, I was very lucky to be sent a couple of sets containing beautiful shades of red.

Black Panther Marvel

As always, even though I have done the speed drawing, I have taken images of the art work at various stages, so that you get a chance to see the process. The drawing was completed using StyleFile Markers on Strathmore 500 Series Bristol Plate, my favourite paper. I also used Caran d'Ache Luminance and Faber Castell Polychromos colored pencils for detail. 

DC The Flash And Zoom

I love combining marker and colored pencil mediums, the markers allow for a rich underpainting with the ability to deliver soft gradient and remarkable flesh tones. The colored pencil then allows you to achieve the detail required to make the drawing as life like or as close to the original as possible. 

DC Superhero Girls

My youngest daughter loves, Wonder Women, Harley Quinn, Super Girl and all the other awesome female superhero's we have today. I was asking my kids for something to draw as I occasional just run out of ideas to try and DC Superhero Girls was mentioned. 

R2-D2 Star Wars

This is my drawing of R2-D2, that loveable droid from Star Wars. I was sent Spectrum Noir's new Graphic Markers and with them I drew this bit of art. Along with the new Graphic Markers, I have also used Spectrum Noir's ColourBlend pencils.