Tuesday, 2 April 2019

How To Get Rid Of Artists Block

Getting rid of artists block is essential to help you create more art and be happy with continuing to make art that you can develop into long lasting art projects and ideas that lead into other things along your Artists journey.

Here is a video in which I talk about a few ways to get rid of art block that could help you.


Tuesday, 11 December 2018

I Sell Merch On Teespring In My Death Metal Art Online Store

I sell merch now on teespring in my Death Metal Art online store here - Death Metal Art

And any new artwork that I work on will be uploaded to that site on t-shirts and other merch, so check it out, there might be something you might like.

Any ideas for a a specific design you might want?, then drop us a comment and tell me and I'd be happy to create a piece of art on merch that you'd want to purchase.

Below is an example of a Wolf Spirit art design I created in black and white, just gel ink pens.

Wolf Spirit t-shirts here - https://teespring.com/get-wolf-spirit

Wednesday, 14 November 2018

How To Draw A Walking Dead Zombie Skull

How to draw a walking dead zombie skull. A drawing video of a walking dead style zombie skull and the process of creating it.

Watch the video here - Drawing a walking dead zombie skull 


How To Draw A Melted Zombie Skull

How to draw a melted zombie skull design. Sketching and the inking process of creating a melting zombies skull head through light and dark contrasts with black ink. Try drawing this yourself and remember that with practice you can draw this stuff from your imagination the more you draw.

Watch the video - Drawing a Melted Zombie Skull




Thursday, 25 October 2018

Black Ink Zombie Drawings


Highly detailed zombie horror illustrations inspired by the walking dead probably

Over the course of a few months, even a few years I'd say I have been trying to perfect my art style by drawing and repeating the same themes over and over again which has resulted in me drawing a few illustrations that I am happy with and these zombie head drawings are currently 2 that I am really happy with.

Been attempting to use only cheap materials lately, with really inexpensive gel ink pens and drawing ink, which sort of isn't good for the archival quality of original artwork, but the raw art will live on in digital form forever after scanning as a digital file, so it works out.

The overly detailed way in which I ink and get carried away is just a joy for me, because I can add in as much inked details as I want and not worry about it later, especially as they are my own drawings and not commissions for anyone as in the past I've been told to tone down the detail a bit, which is a bit depressing as I love details on an illustration.

black ink zombie drawings
My drawing board needs a good clean, but this drawing distracts from that.


The above piece is another highly intricate inked horror illustration that I really enjoyed sketching and inking from start to finish. It's quite similar to a Hellraiser horror skull I drew awhile back. Often created with a mixture of sharpie and fine line pigma micron ink pens or gel pens with Sakura Gelly Roll white pens for the drips.

The thing is with these types of drawings I think they are going to be what I'm known for drawing the most and even tough I want to draw other stuff away from horror, I'll always return to this genre and be inspired by it.