Random old school pencil sketch
I've been Posting A lot of marker sketches, so I thought I'd mix it up & post a pencil drawing I did, with a back story, That I call Hell's Ventriloquist. Its 8x10, pencil & colored pencil, that I scanned into illustrator & cleaned up for a tshirt design. It was inspired by a story I once was told, that was used to scare little children into behaving.
There was once a brilliant Ventriloquist in the 1800's named Compari. He was an amazing performer, who loved his art. The only thing Compari loved more ,was children, so he would fashion his dolls after the little children he entertained. You see, he was a very homely & shy man, and a very lonely one, who could never have children of his own. But when he performed, children would come from all around to see Compari & he couldn't be happier. As his success grew so did his notoriety, which brought more attention to the fact that wherever the ventriloquist went, child disappearances seemed to increase as well. When they finally had Compari hanged, they found the bodies of 66 children underneath the floorboards of his house, as well as 10-15 more in a ditch behind his home. All of them found with a rusty nail lodged into the temple of the tiny skulls. Compari never uttered a word to the authorities even when they snapped his neck.
Cute DC character sketch cards
Here's some cute little DC characters Sketch cards.
Watercolors / markers
The Demon Baal
Random pencil sketches...
Walking dead head sketches
Just some random walking dead (comic book) head sketches... Pentel
Pocket brush & copics
Demon boy sketch
This is just a bunch of random Copic marker sketches... I think I did these when I first got my copics & was learning how to use them...
Little hulk sketch
War of The Worlds Sketch Cards
Here's an old Valkyrie marker sketch that I did with prismacolor markers ( before I got my copics!)
Long Beach Comic Expo!
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.
Here's a harley Quinn sketch from yesterday at the Long Beach Comic Expo!
Day 2 is about to commence! Let me know if you need a sketch.
Artist Alley table #o8
See you there! Maybe?
Long beach comic expo Table #o8
Soooo, I'll be at the long beach comic expo tomorrow. Table #o8 along side my buds lak lim, Ray height , andrew Huerta, Mike Vasquez, and a few others I haven't met yet.
Right across from the CGC booth.
Hope to see you there!
Wabbit - old school marker sketch.
Tusken Raider Painting
This Tusken Raider was created on 18x24 watercolor paper using Watercolors, acrylics, conte, & graphite.
Star Wars Watercolor paintings
Star Wars 4x6 watercolor paintings featuring, wickett the ewok, darth vader, yoda, Princess Leia, boba fett, luke skywalker, greedo , and chewbacca .
This is an 18x24 created with watercolors, acrylics, colored pencil, conte & graphite.
Birth of a legend
Birth of a legend , featuring boba Fett holding the head of his father.
11x17 prints available.
Chewbacca digital color study
Chewbacca color study created in Photoshop 7 with a hard brush, 100%opacity 100% flow.
Princess Leia digital color study
This Princess Leia digital color study was completed in Photoshop 7 using a hard flat brush, 100% opacity & 100% flow.
Worlds Of Fantasy Z-Sketch Cards!
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!
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!