Thank you for taking the time to share in my images, musings, and creations.
This is a work in progress collaboration between myself and comics artist Tyrell Cannon. (http://tcannoncomics.tumblr.com) 
We started by me sending him the very first image of the mask and then it was a back and forth with the last image being the most recent state of our collaboration.
Tyrell will be the third artist I’ve collaborated with in my H.E.R. series—using this same mask as our starter image.
I’m looking forward to seeing what comes back to me after I sent that last image to him and where this work evolves. I’ll be sure to share our final image once we reach that point. 

This is a work in progress collaboration between myself and comics artist Tyrell Cannon. (http://tcannoncomics.tumblr.com

We started by me sending him the very first image of the mask and then it was a back and forth with the last image being the most recent state of our collaboration.

Tyrell will be the third artist I’ve collaborated with in my H.E.R. series—using this same mask as our starter image.

I’m looking forward to seeing what comes back to me after I sent that last image to him and where this work evolves. I’ll be sure to share our final image once we reach that point. 

Recently, the very talented comics artist Ty Cannon (http://tcannoncomics.tumblr.com) issued a challenge for anyone interested to take a crack at coloring his Prophet fan art. (black & white image)
So, I’m sharing my progress and process so far….
Originally, I planned the image as taking place during the day time but during the process I became curious to see how it could evolve if re-imagined during the night (dusk).
I’ve decided to move forward with BOTH options and will share the completed images soon!
Fill free to comment and share…

Recently, the very talented comics artist Ty Cannon (http://tcannoncomics.tumblr.com) issued a challenge for anyone interested to take a crack at coloring his Prophet fan art. (black & white image)

So, I’m sharing my progress and process so far….

Originally, I planned the image as taking place during the day time but during the process I became curious to see how it could evolve if re-imagined during the night (dusk).

I’ve decided to move forward with BOTH options and will share the completed images soon!

Fill free to comment and share…

"H.E.R. II"  _2013
4200 x 6000 pixels
This was a collaboration—a call and response piece that began with a simple image of a mask—with fellow Chicago artist, printmaker, and all around ink splatterer, Andrew Brant.
Click here to visit Andrew’s website.

// This image may not be used for commercial purposes without expressed permission of artist. // copyright © 2014 gerald proctor

"H.E.R. II"  _2013

4200 x 6000 pixels

This was a collaboration—a call and response piece that began with a simple image of a mask—with fellow Chicago artist, printmaker, and all around ink splatterer, Andrew Brant.

Click here to visit Andrew’s website.

// This image may not be used for commercial purposes without expressed permission of artist. // copyright © 2014 gerald proctor

"H.E.R. I"  _2012
4200 x 6000 pixels
This was a collaboration—a call and response piece that began with a simple image of a mask—with fellow artist, family man, and all around good guy, Neil McKinney. 
Click here to visit Neil’s tumblr.

// This image may not be used for commercial purposes without expressed permission of artist. // copyright © 2013 gerald proctor

"H.E.R. I"  _2012

4200 x 6000 pixels

This was a collaboration—a call and response piece that began with a simple image of a mask—with fellow artist, family man, and all around good guy, Neil McKinney.

Click here to visit Neil’s tumblr.

// This image may not be used for commercial purposes without expressed permission of artist. // copyright © 2013 gerald proctor