Aaand two more pages! Gonna see what Comic Con folk think of ‘em this weekend!
Latest batch of panels for that oil painted comic imma workin’ on, with bits of lovely mold-green carpet showing through in the gutters. Thanks again to my models, without whom I couldn’t possibly be doing this thing.
I’m oil painting a comic. It’s a stupid-ambitious idea, but at least it looks like it’s working. My friends and grandpa have been endlessly good sports about modeling for it. This is the scene where the grouchy Louvre curator discovers hoodlums smashing up art.
Portrait studies of Jennie, Nan, and Aidan. All great models and great artists in their own right! About 4 hours apiece.
From pencils to inks to digital colors. Thanks to the lovely Leslie for posing, and to both quetzalcoatlus and snapping turtles for having cool mouths to reference.
My 30 second sophomore film at LCAD! Made with under the steadfast direction of David Kuhn and David Pruiksma.
Brand new cover for my comic, done just in time for Wondercon!
20 minutes a pop. The tassles on the second were rough, but I feel quite good with how it turned out.
15 minute drawings of the wonderful Stacy, in post-apocalyptic gear. I blocked out each drawing with the gray tone marker first, then tighten with pen lines.
20 minute digital drawings of the wonderful Christina.
20 minute digital figure drawings of the fantastic Paul Hernandez.
Created for the 20th Anniversary of the comic that made me love comics.
Redesigns of Batman characters as Mexican Wrestlers.
5-20 minutes apiece!