We’ve all seen his works before. Melbourne artist Kode Abdo, aka Bosslogic, has done some amazing fan art re-imagining certain actors as superheroes and creating awesome superhero posters. Here are some of our favourites.
That one time I turned @therock into John Stewart when we all didn't know what dc role he got. Advice time – Been getting a lot of messages people asking me "how can we learn what you do?" First things first you will need to get yourself Photoshop and use it on a pc/Mac desktop or laptop, if you are going to be using mobile apps I really can't help in that field. Best thing to start learning first is photo manipulation, it combines your ability to blend, color match, and most importantly composition. There are so many tutorials on YouTube for manipulation, start with the basics and then challenge yourself weekly. After you got this somewhat down then you can go more advanced and start mixing your manipulations with digital painting to create some amazing concepts. Learn as much as you can about the filters in Photoshop, especially the blurs, creating and understanding depths will make or break a piece. Last of all, don't give up, all these great artists you see are not lucky people, they worked through this progression battlefield to gain some skill and trust me they took hits but they did not give up, patience and time are key to everything that is absorbed into our minds. Good luck champs
She is a hero enough, wanted to do a little something with Tomb Raider X @DaisyRidley
Process before and after – @officialDannyTrejo lobo