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Tmnt by ChristopherStevens
One last Turtles piece to get it out of my system. I loved drawing them as a kid and I still do. I was attempting a bit of a Mignola-esque layout with this one. I had fun with it.

oils on canvas
Skull Kickers by ChristopherStevens
Skull Kickers
My buddy Jim Zubkavich and I created these guys some years ago. Jim being the unstoppable force that he is, soldiered on to do a whole series for Image that is well worth the read if you haven't checked it out yet. It's a really fun and lighthearted take on classic fantasy adventuring fiction. I was trying to make a definitive Skull Kickers image and do something special for Jim with this one which of course never seems to work. I'm happy with the piece, but "definitive" images always seem to happen by accident. The harder you try to create something magical, the less likely it is to happen.
The Stalk final by ChristopherStevens
The Stalk final
I wasn't familiar with these character or the book even but it's a really out there design and I had a lot of fun with it.

Prismacolor and Copic markers with watercolor on vellum bristol board.
Akira final by ChristopherStevens
Akira final
Something a little different. I've never been asked to do anime characters before. I warned the client that they wouldn't look much like they did in the movie and he was ok with that. I was curious myself to see what my take on these guys would look like. Turns out...they look like this.

Prismacolor and Copic markers and watercolor paint on vellum bristol board.
Ultimate FF cover final by ChristopherStevens
Ultimate FF cover final
This ain't your dad's FF. Mine either actually. What the hell kind of FF is this anyways? I don't know. I haven't kept up with Marvel continuity and Ultimate is a whole different beats me. Anyways, it's always cool to do a Marvel cover so I'm not complaining.

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Hey guys. I just wanted to send everyone a big thank you for all the kind words, well wishes and support that has been sent my way. Some of you even shared similar stories with me that were tough to read. Its hard to know what to say to someone who's lost a loved one and it's hard to know what to say when someone gives you their best. I've been overwhelmed by the response to my "Patricia" post. It means a lot to me that people have taken the time to send a kind word my way so many, many thanks to all of you. Nothing was more important to me than my mom and it's been really tough, but everyone's thoughts has helped I think. You guys dont need to respond to this post. I just needed to give everyone my heartfelt thanks. 


Chris Stevens
United States


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timmytom Featured By Owner 2 days ago
Do you have an artbook for sale???
AzothDA Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2015  New member
Your artwork is amazing, it's a pleasure seeing your work! :D
FrozenHaka Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2015
Hey Chris i was wondering if you stream or have a youtube chanel or something, i'm a huge fan of your style and would really love to see your process, i'm sure a lot of people could learn a lot from watching you work (including me). Thanks :)
Mary-Draws Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I have to admit, I'm jealous of how quickly you've taken to oil painting.  Probably because you could use acrylics beforehand.  It's hard  :prettyplease: - NaNoEmo 5/30  Depressed 
ChristopherStevens Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2014
Heh, well thanks for the compliment, but tbh, I still dont know how to use acrylics. They feel much more unnatural and difficult to me. Oils feel right because they blend so naturally. Acrylics feel like a battle against the clock or something. I agree though...painting is hard.
Mary-Draws Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh hey, have you tried acrylic mediums that extend drying times?  Or making your own stay wet palette using a container with a lid, a damp sponge, and wax paper on top?  My paint stayed wet 3 months before I threw it out.  It probably would have been wet longer if I let it stay in there.
ChristopherStevens Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2015
I do have a stay wet palette, yeah,. It works great, but my issue with acrylic is how fast they dry on the canvas. I've tried mediums that are suppose to keep it workable longer, but I didnt notice much of a difference. I still don't understand how people paint with that stuff LOL.
Ryondthom Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Sorry for the late birthday wishes, but Happy Birthday :D
StuSchuckman Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2014
BTW finally got my stuff uploaded here! Hope you drop by sometime! 
StuSchuckman Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2014
Happy Birthday!
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