Finished Commission Pieces

October 4, 2011 - Leave a Response


MovieSketch Monday!

October 3, 2011 - Leave a Response

So my buddy Zach Trover (over at Too-Hecticand I decided to start doing a sketch every Monday, and here be the firstest!
Snake MotherLovin’ Plissken, y’all!
Check out Zach’s version here!



Supergirl/Batgirl commission

April 28, 2011 - Leave a Response

So here’s a commissioned piece, he wanted Supergirl and Batgirl in the Bruce Timm “animated style”.. Did the first sketch but he wanted something more action-y..




New Ultimate Spidey Costume

April 19, 2011 - Leave a Response

Saw this new costume yesterday and immediately wanted to draw it. Need to buy much thinner pens! Took forever to ink that negative space web pattern..would be tons easier on the Wacom using layers


Dick Grayson!

April 19, 2011 - Leave a Response

I always liked the original Robin.. Was inspired to draw this up after flipping through Robin:Year One



April 17, 2011 - One Response

Took a page from the Chris Samnee book of inking with this one.. He has a tendency with his sketches to only draw the shadows and blacks. Thought I would try it here!




April 4, 2011 - Leave a Response

Doing some more facial studies.. I still don’t think they look quite like the actual women they’re based on, but I’m happy with the ink work.. Damn I love this brush






Tori Amos

April 2, 2011 - Leave a Response

So, I’m just trying to work on my portrait works. I’ve had a lot of trouble getting my people to actually look like who they’re supposed to!!

This one was sketched out in pencil then inked with brush and some quill work for the hair.

Underneath that is a simple pencil sketch of Tori..



Spider-Man (Black) Process

December 5, 2010 - Leave a Response

I did this thumbnail sketch at about 2″ x 1″, just to get the positioning and composition down, and was pretty happy with it, so I went directly into drawing the full size version in my sketch book:

In retrospect, now that the project is over, I think I like the more extreme angle of the thumbnail better than the actual sketch..better luck next time! After I finished this sketch, I took a picture of it with my iPhone and just used that pic to start the finished drawing in Photoshop with my Wacom tablet. I found a color photo of a brick wall and converted it to black and white and upped the contrast significantly, to create the final piece:Done and done!

Scott Pilgrim Print

December 5, 2010 - Leave a Response

I posted the process from sketch to Wacom awhile ago, but here is the finished piece!

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