Saturday, January 21, 2012
Thursday, January 19, 2012
This part 1 drawing video of Minx is the early gesture stage and then I start to flesh it out a bit more. The entire video is about 70 minutes. It starts from early pencils to the finished marker stage. This pretty much shows how I work at a convention sketch without the distractions of a convention (which are all good by the way). Minx is a character that appeared in the graphic novel, FX The Lost Land from IDW. Written by Wayne Osborne and penciled and inked by myself.
Enjoy. More to come. Stay tuned for part 2
Sunday, January 15, 2012
Thought about doing a step by step to show of this one as I was taking snapshots to make sure everything was looking ok. So, here ya' go, like it or hate it. The beginnings of the idea/ thumbnail stage to loose pencils, inks and then finally, color.
enjoy. Have a great weekend
Thursday, January 12, 2012
Remember this tv show!? I sure as hell do. Part of the Shazam Power Hour. There were alot of good morning tv shows at that time. But I must admit that I had to watch about 4 episodes of Isis so I could get a better feel for the character because based on what I researched online as far as pictures go, weren't very good and not a wide variety. But yeah, I love doing greek architecture/ ruins.
It's just something about that architecture that just has so much history and at times find myself thinking "IF" I had lived during those. Enjoy.
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
I hope every one has had a great holiday and enjoying this new year. I, for one am enjoying the time afforded me to create some good artwork. Have a few things in the fire to start the season, but first I wanted to mention my time at Lehigh Valley Comic Con. Now that the con season has settled down for now and gearing back up here shortly, I was very pleased and amazed at the turnout at Lehigh Valley Comic Con. Such great organizers with the show as I have to tip my hat off to them. They did a wonderful job in promotions to get the folks out on what was such a great weather weekend. Also wanted to mention that the folks that came by my table to have some pretty good conversations were awesome. What could be better than a bunch of folks getting together to talk about comics and having a good laugh. Well, that what I did. I truly appreciate you guys. And with another year of shows and appearances and freelancing work, I must say that it was a very productive and want to thank all those that have appreciated the work enough to come by and say hi and even pickup a commission or two and some art books. With that support, it definitely makes someone, like myself to work even harder in producing the best art that I can produce. Thank you all!