Friday, June 24, 2011

Hagrid - in stages

The Harry Potter show at Gallery Nucleus (@gallerynucleus) is almost here!

I've gotten such a great response to my piece for the show through my blog here, Facebook, and my Twitter that I wanted to take you guys through the stages of it.


The thumbnail.

Light under-drawing.


Beginning the final line work.

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And there you have it.

Posts continue next week, M/W/F with more from The Hidden People.

7 comments:

Sadami said...

Hi, Cory,
Very interesting process and wonderful work! Thanks.
Cheers, Sadami

Nina Crittenden said...

Bloody Brilliant!

Miss Ngo said...

Beautiful!

Sarah June said...

I'm so grateful for you, that you put all the stages of your work up. It really helps me, an aspiring illustrator, to see that a good illustration doesn't just happen in a snap. But through many layers of thought, drawing, and design to finally get to a beautifully finished product. Thanks!

Cory said...

Thanks everyone!

I'm so glad to hear it's helpful, Sarah June!

Sarah June said...

I was wondering what kind of medium you use most often. Watercolor? If so what kind of paper do you suggest. I've heard that Arches is the best, but I wanted an actual illustrator's opinion. Thanks!

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