Here's the big reveal.
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Here's the big reveal.
I'm working on the steps I take when building pages. Starting with thumbs that are 4x6 for each page. A couple hours into it so far.
First two pages.
Here's some more new stuff.
Who’s your friend when things get rough?
A new portfolio piece with The Harlot, a character I designed a few years ago for the Fall of Cthulhu comic book series. Shes' a character in Michael Alan Nelson's story, published by Boom! Studios....
Some of the characters.
I find tracing over sketches helps keep the energy. I included a sketch the of moment the girl is shot. I decided not to use it on the page. I don't know why, but her boots are...
I usually draw each panel at least three times. I draw small thumbnail. Then I redraw that in pencil. I go over this with a felt tip marker. I place a piece of tracing paper over this and draw the...
A couple character sketches fleshed out and some sketches from page 2.
A couple character sketches fleshed out and some sketches from page.
Hey guys, thanks for taking the time the comment.
I do use some reference material to make sure stuff looks right. Like 1970's hunting gear, but I don't draw straight from photos.
And some sketches.
Welcome to my sketch book. Here I'll post sketches form my new project. I'm adapting the novel "The Hunting Shack" into a comic book mini series. It was written by Gunnard Landers and published in...
Had to knock out the horror one first. Pencils of cover C
I don't understand the 8-1/2" x 11" dimensions for a comic book cover.
I was going for totally screwed as the realization of no hope of survival or of certain death.
I reworked panel 2 on page 1. It's what I wanted in the first place, but couldn't get it to work. I was able to reuse the original panel on the next page. I add a third page to lighted the story a...
pencils for panels 3-5 and layout for the first page.
Quick panel knock-out and pencils of the first two panels.
Poster for a Brand New and Thrice show last month.
Photoshop and Wacom tablet.
Thanks for looking,
I had a hammer in her left hand, but it was a little too harsh.
Pieces from varies projects. Cover for Chucky #4, pages from Fall of Cthulhu and Pieces for Mom and a couple Rock & Roll T-Shirt designs.
Thanks for Looking. C&C greatly appreciated.