Continuing with the tribute to the 1990 Ninja turtles movie series of paintings, I present to you Casey Jones!
“Wayne Gretzky, on Steroids?”
This scene in the movie was the first time the rest of the characters meet Casey.
As always, this was painted on an iPad using the Procreate app and a plain rubber nib stylus.
If you like this painting, be sure to check out my previous posts in the TMNT 1990 movie series. Also, please share this and the other paintings with your TMNT loving friends!
Next up in my series of paintings is Leonardo from the 1990 movie.
I have to say that this particular piece has been one of my best painting practices in a long time. It gave me a chance to explore landscape painting and brush techniques within the Procreate iPad app.
Leo’s Serenity – Leonardo meditating in the country side.
I also loved this scene from the movie in terms of composition and colour. I wanted to keep this art detailed yet sketchy at the same time (like my past paintings in this series).
Hope you enjoy this one as much as you have my previous work.
I present to you Donatello from the 1990 live action Ninja Turtles movie.
Donnie trying to fix a rust bucket!
Art created on iPad 3rd gen using a regular rubber nib stylus. Procreate was the tool used.
If you missed my other Ninja Turtles paintings, be sure to check them out!
Here is my latest art piece featuring a scene from the 1990 Ninja Turtles movie.
In a recent Facebook group poll, I asked members which character they wanted me to paint next from this movie.
Mikey was most voted so here he is twirling his famous nunchucks!
Mikey being Mikey!
Hope you all like this!
Next up will be Donnie; second most voted!
I have been a huge fan of the Ninja Turtles franchise for a long time and the first live action movie, released back in 1990, still remains the best iteration we have of the TMNT on the big screen in my opinion.
As a tribute to that film and at the same a chance for me to practice painting and sketching from reference, I am starting a new series of paintings that showcase scenes from the movie that I feel capture the different characters.
For my first post, I present to you my favourite turtle of the bunch; Raphael (Raph).
Look Out Raph!
All the paintings in this series will be done on my iPad using, you guessed it, the awesome Procreate app.
Hope you all enjoy this artistic tribute to the Heroes in a Half Shell!
I made a short trip down to Lachine Canal last weekend. It is a real serene place with a calming feel to it. A friend even described it as “the closest feeling of California in Montreal”.
Here is my photographic experience of the beautiful Lachine Canal:
Boats Lounging in sunset
Living the Boat Life
Face of the Hill
Face to Face with the Face
Jesus Christ Monument
The Bowing Tree
This was a great experience and one I plan on having again soon. I urge you all to visit the Lachine canal and trust me, you will want to return time and time again!
Montreal is a vibrant and picturesque city that I have known for a long time. When walking in the streets of this historic city, one can’t help notice the many different photographic oppurtunities Montreal provides.
In my new series, Montreal Through The Lens (MTL TTL), I will try and reproduce the fantastic views of this urban jungle and the setting it provides in each of its 4 seasons.
Come and join me through this web blog and gaze at the great city of Montreal as seen through my camera lens.
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