Jessie Madera’s specialty are realistic horror motifs, which she paints onto canvases, helmets and motorcycle tanks. In this case, the American artist uses the grisaille technique and the paints of Steve Gibson. She designed the motif herself and put it together on the computer from various templates.
About the artist:
Jessie is a self-taught talent honed by years of practice and patience. She considers herself a traditional painter, using canvas and acrylics, then subsequently progressing to airbrush in 2017. For the last 4 years, automotive airbrushing has been a large focus, gaining more momentum in the motorcycle community from her distinct stylistic helmet designs. For more than a decade, she has been using her blend of horror and realistic styles to bring her pieces to life drawing inspiration, like many artists, from life and the human figure. Her work has recently caught eye of notable companies including Titmouse animation studios, Thorogood boot company, select Harley Davidson locations as well as various publications and podcasts.