Inking. #guardiansofthegalaxy #marvel #ink #iamgroot

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Yondu Transformation Timelapse AWESOME

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Caught rearranging the toys in #Target.
Intrepid investigative reporter: @jenniferlholland
#gotg #gamora #jamesgunn #guardiansofthegalaxy @target (at Target Store Hampton-Village)

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This is an illustration I did for Patrick Ballesteros’ “Sweethearts, BFFs, and Bromances” show at The Perky Nerd in Burbank, CA.

It is my tribute to one of comics’ favorite duos brought to movie life- Rocket Raccoon and Groot! I’ve always liked their polar opposite personalities, and I really want to capture the 80’s-90’s charm of the Guardians of the Galaxy. My thought was, “what could be better than the cheesy photo shoot backdrops?” Nothing, obviously! Hope you all enjoy this!

If it gets a good response, I’ll set aside time to celebrate the soon-to-be new freakin’ Guardians in a similar fashion!

If you want to follow more of my work (sketches, etc.), look for the links to my social media (Instagram, Facebook, Tumblr, etc.)


What an effort. 1 hour 20 minutes into full Drax makeup. #sfx #specialeffectamakeup #careergoals

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Drax Makeup Application for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2.
Makeup Artists:
Brian Sipe
Rob Pritchard
Jon Moore
Matt Sprunger

This makeup took us around 1 hour and 20 minutes. Got the dance down and cranked the music.
The prosthetic transfers were resculpted and fabricated by Legacy Effects.

#drax #draxthedestroyer #davebautista #guardiansofthegalaxy #guardiansofthegalaxy2 #guardiansofthegalaxyvol2 #gotg2 #prosthetics #prostheticmakeup #makeup #makeupartist #spfxmakeup #ILoveMyJob #ILoveMyFrikkinJob
@davebautista @briansipemakeup @ms675 @mrnibs77 @jonmoorefx

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Thanos stands victorious on my cover for GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY: The Telltale Series No.5, revealed in this month’s Marvel Previews (for comics shipping in November). Tried some new artistic tricks on this mini-series, and I think I learned a thing or two. Kind of like this traditional line art + paint style, but what do you guys think? And how’re you guys enjoying this series so far, two issues in?