In keeping with my Cartoon Network kick, I’ve drawn one of my favorite, Samurai Jack!
The simplicity in both the design and story of this show was beautiful and something to behold, and definitely played a big part in influencing my current taste in TV and comics today.
I’m also really digging jimzub's work on the current Jack comics. They feel so true to the original content, it's just a lot of fun to jump into those and feel like I'm finally getting to see where Jack's story will end!
I’ve wanted to color this drawing I did at Heroes Con since I got back from the convention, and finally found the time! Had a lot of fun with this, and a big thanks to impkingcomics for helping me play with my coloring process!!
Hello internet. This weekend, I will be tabling with the amazing impkingcomics at Heroes Con in Charlotte, NC. If you’re going to be there, stop by and say hey! We’ll be at table AA 1025 in Artists Alley, and I’ll be doing commissions (such as those seen above)! Whoo.
I’m excited to finally share what I’ve been working on these past couple months!
HORIZON is a 144-page collection of fantasy comics by fifteen artists exploring what happens after the hero has won…
What do you do when there’s nothing left to fight for?
This book is stuffed with killer art by some really cool peeps, andnow open for backers on Kickstarter until June 4, 2014! We’ve got a bunch of sketch cards, sketchbooks, original commissions, and minicomics bundled into several reward tiers, so don’t miss your chance for EXCLUSIVE art!
Hello all! It’s been a long time coming, but Horizon is finally here! A lot of time, effort, super talented people besides me, and some gentle from our editor Jeremy Lawson (impkingcomics), have gone into making this full color comic anthology of awesome! The last step is Kickstarter!!
Check it out if you’re interested in the origins of Bearded Skelton, or just friggen awesome comics!!!
For our concept class we had to do a master study, attempting to copy the work of an artist as closely as possible, in an attempt to learn from the artist. I chose a panel from Agito Cosmos, by artist fabien-mense.
I’ve been a big fan of his work for a long time now (thanks to impkingcomicswho introduced me to him!), and since coloring my art has always been my weak point, I decided to really try to learn how he colors. It was deceptively simple looking, using just a small selections of colors, with some cleverly placed multiply brush and highlights. It was really smart coloring, and I’m really happy that I got the opportunity to do this! I may even do it again, if I ever get the time, haha.