Originally this Elektra was a pencil sketch drawn way back in 1997 as well as a reproduction of a Marvel Annual Flair '94 Trading Card. A few years ago I found it, then inked and colored it digitally in Photoshop. I plan on doing another version of the character in a different pose.
Since I recently got the scanner working I thought I'd post something completely new. This piece was originally sketched with ballpoint pen on lined notebook paper. I redrew it with pencil in a sketchpad and then inked it with a Pigma Micron pen. This piece was loosely inspired by the silent film The Man Who Laughs (1928).
This reproduction of the cover artwork for Marvel Comics Presents #63 was sketched in pencil, inked with technical pen and the background filled in with black Prismacolor marker. Years later I used Photoshop to enhance my original inks and get that flat black look in the background and I would also color it digitally in Photoshop.
This is another very old piece as well as a reproduction. It was sketched with ebony pencil. At the time I could not get the face right and actually messed up the paper so I ended up having to add a mask to save the piece. The reference used was a Marvel Trading Card.
Another very old piece this was originally sketched with pencil, inked with technical pen then colored with Prismacolor marker & colored pencil. The black background was added in Photoshop later. The reference I used was the album cover artwork for Cypress Hill's Skull & Bone CD. I changed it slightly because I wanted that glowing Jack-o'-lantern effect.
Not fan art this was originally a tattoo design sketched with pencil. The client had me incorporate a heart design that I removed when I digitally colored it. Working on this helped me learn a little about painting texture in Photoshop.