Inspired by "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows".
December 30, 2011
September 07, 2011
I've recently watched the first two seasons of Misfits with my girlfriend. Then I drew this quickie of Nathan Young - both obnoxious and lovable, a twat and a prick - probably the most memorable character featured in this British science fiction comedy-drama.
2015 UPDATE: Found a pencil sketch of Kelly among my papers, so I colored it!
August 30, 2011
Fat Mike (bass, lead vocals), El Hefe (lead guitar, trumpet, backing vocals), Eric Melvin (rhythm guitar, accordion, the mel-yell) and Smelly (drums) from NOFX. NOFX are an American punk band formed in California in 1983. Today, they are probably the biggest and most popular independent punk band in the world best known for their D.I.Y. approach to music (minimal staff and crew, no management, self-promoting and show booking, staying off the major record labels, mainstream magazines, MTV and commercial radio stations). The artwork was inspired by their documentary series "NOFX: Backstage Passport" which was a lot of fun! I wanted to capture a kind of "trading card" look to it. Hope you like it!
Check out the awesome "NOFX: Backstage Passport" theme song.
July 20, 2011
Some of the recent Harry Potter quickies turned out fine, so I decided to clean them a bit and give them a full coloring treatment...
July 10, 2011
June 12, 2011
Two commissioned covers for two related projects. 1.) Cover art for an episode ("Stayin' Alive") of "Bloodless" comic book created and written by Marko Stojanović. Published in Serbia by System Comics. 2.) The colored version of the pencil illustration I was asked to do for the cover of "Vekovnici" Sketchbook #4. I previously did a 3-page sequential for a "Vekovnici" book in 2010, published by System Comics.
May 28, 2011
The promo material (biography) and the banner/e-mail invitation I produced for my upcoming exhibition at Belgrade Student Cultural Center which will be held from June 3rd to June 17th. On display will be an array of my previous work (childhood era included, starting with 1989) complete with current digital artwork. I especially enjoyed assembling all of my childhood heroes - featured throughout my career - for the first time in one single picture: Gremlins, Jurassic Park, The Addams Family, Terminator, The Crow, Alien, Starship Troopers, Godzilla and fighter jets/Robotech...
UPDATE: A big "thank you" to everyone who came to see the exhibit!