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Favorite visual artistEddie NuñezFavorite moviesCheesy action movies like the Joel Schumacher Batman movies. Favorite TV showsMr. Robot, Walking DeadFavorite bands / musical artistsI almost never listen to music. I'm such a loser. Favorite booksWalking Dead Series, The Remaining Series, Song of Ice and Fire Series, Harry Potter SeriesFavorite writersRobert Kirkman, DJ MollesFavorite gamesUltra Street Fighter 4, Marvel vs. Capcom 2, Mortal Kombat XFavorite gaming platformPS4Tools of the TradeTraditional Work - Staedtler Drafting pencils and Copic Sketch Markers. Digital Work - Sketchbook Pro on my Surface Pro 4Other InterestsMasters of the Universe, TMNT, One Punch Man, Savage Dragon
Even though I've never read a single comic this guy has ever been in, my inner twelve year old always thought he was cool looking. In 1992 I had a Marvel Masterpieces trading card of him that I thought was awesome. Nostalgia hit me and I wanted to draw him, so here he is - done in Sketchbook Pro on my Surface Pro 4.
I bought a Surface Pro 4 the other week and I did this piece using Sketchbook Pro. I used the full desktop version of Sketchbook Pro instead of the Windows 10 tablet version, because the Windows 10 version lacks several key features for my work flow, such as the Copic Color System and the Lasso select. It also lacks the time lapse feature of it's Android and iOS apps for recording your drawings. All that said, I really love the desktop version on the Surface Pro 4. It is very responsive and works great for me.