Monday, February 19, 2018

Cherry Series 3 sketch cards by 5finity

NSFW. Some of the sketch cards I did for Larry Welz Cherry 🍒 Series 3 by 5finity. Beware there are boobies in here, you have been warned lol. I’ve also been working on other sketch cards this year, will release deets when given the ok! #sketchcards #bewbs #art #cherry #pinup #multimedia

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Pinup and Portraits art at Slushbox Gallery

Here's a sneak peek of my final art "Heartbreak Hotel" for Pinups and Portraits group art show at Slushbox Gallery! Show starts this Saturday, February 13th in West Palm Beach, Florida. Looks like it's going to be a great event, if you're in the area check it out!


Sunday, June 28, 2015

Bettie Page Silkcreen Prints Now on Sale!

Now available for sale! Limited Edition Bettie Page Screen Prints licensed by the Bettie Page Estate! The prints came out ridiculously fantastic,art and the colors came out pretty spot on. All the silkscreen prints are 18 x 24 and on high quality thick paper stock. Each silkscreen print  is signed and numbered and comes with a Trading card. Only limited to 30 copies! 

Thanks again to everyone that got the word across about this project!!!! 


Monday, February 9, 2015

Officially Licensed Bettie Page Limited Screen Prints!

The cat is out of the bag! I'm one of the 5 artists that have illustrated an Official Licensed Bettie Page Screen Print! Artists include popular rock poster artists Dan Stiles and Scrojo, pin-up artists Patrick Finch and Erica Hesse, and Hollywood animator/director Justin Ridge. 5finity Productions is running a KickStarter campaign to help raise funds for the printing costs.

The artwork is all done and ready to go, go, go! All the silkscreen prints will be a glorious 18 x 24 and on high quality thick paper stock. Each one will be signed and numbered by the artist. (Especially by yours truly) Go check out the Kickstarter campaign if you can. If you can't donate, please share the link!

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Tura, Tura, Tura! III Show! and more

Some new updates, apologies on not posting as of late. To be perfectly honest, if you would like to keep up on the latest news, the majority of my posts are over on Facebook! I'm trying to post here more often, but my phone doesn't like Blogger too much. To keep up on the latest updates check out the other social media sites I'm on:

Erica Hesse Facebook!

Erica's Instagram!

Erica's Twitter

And here's some things that are going on…..

Speed! Sex! Violence! Here's my piece for the Tura Tura Tura! III show! So many fantastic artists contributing for such a great event! Show is December 6th at Lethal Amounts gallery in LA! I won't be there unfortunately, but this baby will be! 

Piece is 10 x 13 done in acrylics and india ink on 100# Arches watercolor paper. 

New sketch card set, Kringle Kards! by Breygent Marketing. One of my sketch cards is being made into a base card for the set. Too cool!

More exciting news on the way, something different but along the same lines of things I like to do. Not much of a hint, but I really don't want to jinx it! Hoping everyone has been having a great holiday season so far, and will  post more news soon!


Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Sketch Cards for Philadelphia Wizard World and San Diego Comic Con

Some sketch cards I did for Zenescope's Grimm exclusively done for San Diego Comic Con.  And some Oz Sketch cards that were available at Philadelphia Comic Con. Distributed by 5finity Productions.


Sunday, July 27, 2014

Sketch cards for San Diego Comic Con

Has it really been that long since my last post? Been busy with commission work, sketch cards, and more sketch cards….here are some of my favorites from this year's San Diego Comic con done exclusively for the show.  Chaos and Women of Dynamite from Breygent Marketing.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Remember when…

Remember that Harley Quinn contest? Where you had a chance to illustrate a page for a chance to be published? Well I got a wild hair up my caboose and decided to throw my hat at it. (I'm not one really for contests because I believe you really should get compensated for your skill) My original plan was to pencil, ink, and colorize it, the whole SHA-BANG! But with other deadlines pending at the time I managed to at least get the pencils done. 

I wanted to do it because despite the controversy surrounding the content, I thought the storytelling would be challenging. Perspective, buildings,cause I love drawing buildings, and how to bring humor to what would normally be seen as dark subject matter. Anyhoo after all was said and done for some reason I kept getting an error message uploading the final art to the website. Not sure if they ever got it or not, but it made me realize something…

How much I love drawing comics! Illustrating pinups is fantastic, but there's something a bit different about illustrating comics. Just thought I share. 

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Want to know more about what went into creating my Cotton Candy Roller Bride? A spotlight on my art, read up on how this creation came to be

Sunday, December 22, 2013

Hey all- I was selected as a finalist at Popcorn Universal Monsters re-design contest! If you could go to the Popcorn and vote for my art, it would be most appreciated! Would love to win this, but just happy to of been selected as a finalist. Thanks all and cheers!!