close menu
Fan Art Friday #102 – Matt the Radar Tech and More by Heather Morris

Fan Art Friday #102 – Matt the Radar Tech and More by Heather Morris

Artist Heather Morris doesn’t stick to traditional mediums for her pop culture portraiture. Instead of only using watercolors or acrylic paints, she sometimes adds elements to make her images look vintage. She told me she incorporates “rust, metal leaf, and special paint concoctions to make the paint crack and flake.” The inclusion of these extras give many of her pieces added grunge, texture, and depth.

Of course after talking about Heather’s mixed media work, I’m going to share a more straightforward piece first because, hey, it’s Matt the Radar Tech.

Matt the Radar Tech (The Force Awakens/Saturday Night Live)

And I’m guessing some of you recognize the guy in this art: Chris Hardwick!

Chris Hardwick, @midnight

I’ve heard of him.

Don’t stop now. Head to the gallery below to see more of Heather’s art, including Captain America, American Horror Story imagery, a Settlers of Catan poster, and more. To check out additional examples of her mad skills and buy prints, visit Heather’s website. You can also follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. All the options!

Do you create any sort of fan art? If so, I want to see it. Whether you focus on a specific fandom or pull inspiration from multiple stories and mediums, I’d like to highlight what you do. If you’re interested in being featured in a future edition of Fan Art Friday, get in touch with me at [email protected] with examples of your work. If you’re not an artist, feel free to email me with recommendations for Fan Art Friday!

Images: Heather Morris

Gallery

These 15 GAME OF THRONES Photos Tease Some Major S7 Team-Ups

These 15 GAME OF THRONES Photos Tease Some Major S7 Team-Ups

article
The Next Three X-MEN Universe Movies Just Got Release Dates, and They're All Next Year

The Next Three X-MEN Universe Movies Just Got Release Dates, and They're All Next Year

article
A Balloon Popping Underwater Looks Like A Real-Life Stargate

A Balloon Popping Underwater Looks Like A Real-Life Stargate

article