It's been a while, but we've covered artist Eric Siebeneck's art before
and he was kind enough to share some of his more recent work with us today. Eric likes to work in a variety of mediums – from pencils to markers as well as digitally. “When I have an idea, I generally know immediately how I plan to produce the piece as well. For example, if I want a high impact image (rather than something comical) I prefer to color digitally.” says Eric.
All of these pieces were either produced or published within the past year. For example, his piece titled “Spilled Blue Milk” was published in Mark Dermul’s book Save the Lars Homestead
and his “King Rancor” was recently seen in the Star Wars Insider
Eric has also worked with a variety of fan clubs in the creation of sketch cards, patches and t-shirts. Eric says, “I consider myself a project person, and I like to have something to work on at all times. There are also a few fan clubs that I haven’t worked with yet that I’d love to. [hint hint]”
To see more of Eric’s work, click here