Today’s Art ( 30th August 2018)

Well, today’s art is a monochrome piece of “Blade Runner” fan art. If you’re interested in the reasons why I made this piece of fan art (and the creative decisions I took whilst making it), then check out this article of mine.

Since this is fan art, this drawing is NOT released under any kind of Creative Commons licence.

“Fan Art – Blade Runner – But, Then Again, Who Does?” By C. A. Brown

Today’s Art (12th December 2016)

Well, I suddenly realised that it had been ages since I last made any fan art. Likewise, it’s been quite a while since I made any fan art based on my favourite film. I am, of course, talking about “Blade Runner“.

This was originally going to be a “serious” fan art painting, but it soon turned into something of a parody instead. Likewise, this painting required a ridiculous amount of digital editing after I scanned the original (which had a much brighter orange/blue colour scheme, no lens flare effects etc…).

Since this is fan art, this painting will NOT be released under a Creative Commons licence of any kind.

"Fan Art - Blade Runner - Deckard Dreams Of Electric Sheep" By C. A. Brown

“Fan Art – Blade Runner – Deckard Dreams Of Electric Sheep” By C. A. Brown

Today’s Art (1st June 2015)

Well, I felt like making yet another “Blade Runner” parody cartoon and I’m quite proud of how this one turned out (even if I really can’t draw Deckard that well and the humour in this cartoon is slightly on the nerdy side).

And, yes, although I personally slightly prefer the original 1982 version of “Blade Runner”, the thing with the unicorn in both the 1992 Director’s Cut and the 2007 Final Cut of the movie is pretty cool though.

Since this is also fan art, this parody cartoon will NOT be released under a Creative Commons licence of any kind.

"Fan Art - Blade Runner - Unicorn" By C. A. Brown

“Fan Art – Blade Runner – Unicorn” By C. A. Brown

Today’s Art (31st May 2015)

Well, I’m still in the mood for making “Blade Runner” parody cartoons, so I thought that I’d make one about the ESPER machine that Deckard uses in this scene.

“Blade Runner” may be my absolute favourite movie of all time, but it got it’s predictions about the level of technology we’ll be using in 2019 hilariously wrong.

Since this is a parody cartoon, it will NOT be released under a Creative Commons licence of any kind.

"Fan Art - Blade Runner - ESPER" By C. A. Brown

“Fan Art – Blade Runner – ESPER” By C. A. Brown