Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Monday, February 25, 2013
Here's page 4 of "The Exile and Happy Landing of Natalie Rios", written by Rachel K. Zall. Pitt pens on Bristol board, mostly. Some brushwork. Not much. I'm pretty happy with how this is going.
Thursday, February 21, 2013
Here's page three of "The Exile and Happy Landing of Natalie Rios". This page is only somewhat NSFW. Pen and ink on Bristol board. Mostly Pitt pens on this page because my inking brush is dying. I should probably mention that I'm using Smack Attack from Blambot for most of the lettering on this story.
Monday, February 18, 2013
Here's page two of the comic I'm doing with Rachel K. Zall. Very not safe for work. I'm putting a mature content warning on my art blog for this. So there you go. Pen and ink on Bristol board. Not sure how I feel about this.
Thursday, February 14, 2013
This is the first page of a comic I'm drawing. This is VERY not safe for work, particularly if you work for anyone who is even a little bit homophobic or squeamish about queer sex. I haven't decided whether or not this is going to remain black and white or not. I like it in black and white and it'll be easier to print it that way, but the web is color.
This will be eleven or twelve pages when it's done. The story spans 21 years in a short amount of time, so it's a challenge. This is mostly brush and ink and Pitt pen on Bristol board. I lettered it in Illustrator.
Monday, February 11, 2013
This is a character concept sketch (mainly done as a way to get a feel for what the character looks like). This is for a verrrrrry dirty, very heartbreaking comics project I'm working on. Brush pen over blue col-erase Prismacolor on sketchbook paper.
Saturday, February 9, 2013
This is a warm-up drawing I did this morning to start my day. It's Emma Stone, though I think it looks a bit like Meg Foster, too. This is mechanical pencil on Canson XL series sketchbook paper. It's for sale (cheap!) in my Etsy store if you'd like to buy it.
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Yesterday was the 19th anniversary of Jack Kirby's death. In celebration, it was also Kirby Create Day, and here's my contribution. This is The Enchantress (one of Thor's most persistent nemeses). Brush and ink and Prismacolor markers on Bristol board.
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Here's the finished version of the drawing I started last month. This is for a role playing game. My friend, Renee, who is the author of the game, decided to make a film out of the story for her film class. She's raising money on IndieGoGo for the budget and prints of this drawing are incentives. If she gets to her stretch goal, we'll be doing a comic version of the story, too. After her fundraiser closes, I'll probably have prints of this in my Etsy store.
Anyway, this is mostly brush and ink on Bristol board with some splattered white paint and Pitt pen work in the background.