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Friday, December 25, 2009
Thursday, December 24, 2009
Hey ya'lls, this will probably be the last post of the year/decade...I did this 'homage' to my girl GaGa and if things work out right, I'll be giving it to her in LA in Jan! What a way to start off the new year;) Anyhoo, hope you all have a great holiday and happy new year!
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
The first big convention of the year is Seattle's Emerald City ComiCon and some of us are heading up there to see the sights and enjoy the great coffee. Carlos D'Anda, Richard Friend (tentative), JJ Kirby, Oliver Nome, Eddie Nuñez, Livio Ramondelli and our friend David Williams will be set-up in Artist's Alley all weekend, doing sketches and meeting fans. It's just a few months, but I'm sure it'll sneak up on us in no time!
Friday, December 11, 2009
Here's a few recent drawings I felt like sharing:
I think Galvatron is personally one of the harder old-school Transformers to draw, given that his design is a big departure from the standard "boxes and squares" that most of the Transformers looked like at the time. He's also one of the few new characters introduced in the old animated movie that I actually like. I tried simplifying the business of his original design while still keeping him very familiar.
I really just wanted to play around with his bullish, kid-like nature here. So I intentionally had him fill most of the frame, as well as bulk up his limbs a bit.
One of my favorite scenes in the Star Wars prequels is Jango Fett's rain-soaked mano-a-mano brawl with Obi-Wan Kenobi. So for this drawing I definitely remembered that scene and wanted to do something with rainy atmospherics.
This was done during some downtime at the recent (and awesome!) Long Beach Comic-Con that most of us at the studio attended. I had fun playing with Hobgoblin's expression here, and wanted to give him a suitably evil sneer.
Until next time!
Wednesday, December 09, 2009
Here are some random artwork I had stacked in a corner. The first one is some head shots of Ash I used for a sample. Mainly I was trying to show a little range from realistic to a more comic book style and finally a little more animated.
The second piece is an Iron Man study I did. This one was for fun because I loved the movie and it is part of a larger piece.
Finally, my first Gen13 issue comes out today, so check out and let me know what you think. Here's a quick preview.
Friday, December 04, 2009
Wednesday, December 02, 2009
Hey ya'lls, hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving! It was nice having all those days off...not to relax but to catch up on commissions!
I've been working on this piece on and off for awhile now and finally finished this weekend, thnx for the patient fan in France, you know who you are.
I did have a lot of fun with this and it was a bit challenging...I've never 'really' tackled Wolverine or Hellboy before, wouldn't that make a great comic?
Anyhoo, hope u like and untill next time!