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This was done a while ago with the intent of making a poster for sale on the Quadra-Blu website. I have yet to get around to it, so this image has just been languishing in desktop neverland. Airbrush acrylic and inked brushline on smooth board.
More "process" disguised as mild muscle erotica (or vice-versa?). These are really fun to do, take about a day, and look even stranger when photographed and posted. Charcoal semi-tight underdrawing covered over by light pastel coloring, which is rubbed-over with a soft rag and reblended into heavier passages of color pastel and edge-blended and redrawn to look like something finished. Enjoy!
A bit of a teaser. Quadra gives a view of her rear assets. C'mon...we know it's all about her HAMSTRINGS.... I'll do-up a "process" montage for next time. Pastel chalk over light charcoal underdrawing on newsprint paper. 18x24"
Most artists on here post their successes, and they're fun to see. As a fan of "process" I like to see how an artwork was done; and show the same of my own non-computer stuff. Above was what happened with stage two of a tight Quadra-Blu drawing: adding pastel chalk color to a rather tight charcoal underdrawing which I posted here a few days ago. Well, it wasn't turning out as envisioned, so here's what I did with it.
Page one of episode four is up at www.Quadra-Blu.com.  … find her first interaction with earth men a bit off-putting. Please check it out and see where the mind of our blue-haired muscle girl might be.