Here's the rest of my Beyond Stokers Dracula trading cards. Two of them ( Bottom ) were printed as base cards. Only Did 15 pieces for this set. All are 2.5 x 3.5 inches, rendered with ink, copic markers & paint.
Heres some artwork I created for the card backs of the Artist Dreams official trading card set. This one was fun to do.
Here's an old Valkyrie marker sketch that I did with prismacolor markers ( before I got my copics!)
SO MUCH FUN!
Great expo, bigger, but still has that personal feel. All cons have there own place, some cons are so busy you can't get ahold of your favorite artists... That's where the long beach comic expo shines, you can not only get great sketches from your favorite artists, but you can also chat with them, when normally that would be an impossible thing. So if you are having a hard time getting sketches , signatures, artwork etc. You need to hit up the long beach comic expo.
Heres Rest of The Z-sketch Cards I contributed to breygents Worlds Of Fantasy set.
copic markers & ink
8x10 - all pack inserted
I still have a few blank Artist proofs left if interested.
Here is another one of my worlds of fantasy Z-sketch cards. Created with copic markers, color pencils & a gel pen. Happy Friday!
Here is Sketch card # 4 that's going to be featured in the " Worlds Of Fantasy" trading card set that will be sold at New York Comicon. I'm doing a total of twenty sketch cards & one base card. I have to wait for approval before I post them. The interesting thing about these cards is that they unfold to display a larger sketch. They are called z-sketch cards. so on the upper right hand corner is the front of the card & the lower left hand corner is the back with the signature. The rest of it folds up like a map. I've included two pics, one is just the card front & the other is the entire sketch, unfolded.
I used copic multiliners & markers for the majority of these cards.
My Name is Danny Silva and I'm a freelance illustrator living out of southern California. Have been at the art since I was 11 & not a day goes by that I'm not thinking about the next project. I often find that there's not enough days to draw all of the stuff that is in my head!