B-Boy Vader. the lost years
Drawing with @SketchableApp on @Microsoft @Surface Pro 4
I like art concepts that mash different themes together and turn the usual into something new.
In this case I wondered what Lord Vader would do with his time when he's not out there ruling the Galactic Empire. Since the first Star Wars movie came out in the 1970s AND the early days of Hip Hop were in full swing, then it would be interested to see what the Lost Days of B-Boy Vader looked like.
This is the character concept that came out of that idea. I will try to revisit as often as I can. I already have several ideas to work with, I just need more time.
I sketched out the whole process on Sketchable App with the Microsoft Surface Pro 4. I share some of my workflow in a video posted to YouTube here: http://bit.ly/dtmdigitaltechnique
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In this video I share My Personal Digital Sketching Technique on the Surface Pro 4 using the Sketchable App and show off a few illustrations I am currently working on from sketching to drawing and painting featuring my favorite Dark Lord: Darth Vader
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