Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Continued banner WIP's

The top is the finished colors of the banner, just awaiting a design of the musicians name. The one below was a very quick mock up of an idea that just fell on the table during a small discussion. Working out the second in more detail but it has an odd, calming sense, but at the same time I feel as though Twilight fiends would expect a Werewolf to appear soon...

Some more WIP...

Being torn with two different takes on mood and warm vs cool...This is a small banner done for a musician. He wanted it to capture his songs mood and his personal feelings towards it. This is where I'm planning on going...I like to keep things simple.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Canada or Furnace?? Wolverine needs a vacation...

Just some work in progress...Trying to decide if he should be cooled down and pissy or raging with some heat...No rendering yet. I find that working from my background forward sometimes helps

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Ohh these doldrums...

Lacking the necessary tools, there will be a lack of posts...just until I get a decent scanner.

Sunday, June 6, 2010




This year's HeroesCon has been absolutely wonderful. Got to talk to some of my favorite artists and got some wonderful reviews from them. This year was also the first con that I had work to display too. Jay Peteranetz inked up some gorgeous pin-ups of the Infinite Gauntlet crew as well as some other classic Marvel characters, which he gave me the opportunity to color. It's always great when you can color well done inks, just helps the piece come together.

The Goon got some color...




Tony Moore is an amazing artist, one of my favorites, and I wanted to test my skills in coloring his work. This was an exercise in painting technique using a mixture of brushes and a little madness. I enjoyed the opportunity to be loose and just have fun with Mr. Moore's inks. Enjoy!

Summer time means Deadpool time?







First post of the summer and it's gotta be Deadpool! Had an amazing opportunity to work with Dominike Stanton on these pages. His pencils were perfect to leave some play in the inks but also guide my brush in the right direction. Again, amazing opportunity I hope to have again in the future.