Monday, November 27, 2006

Back at it

I took a bit of a break from the blog here due to the super-busy schedule I've had recently with work, visiting parents and the Thanks-Fer-Nothing holiday. This afternoon Echo and I had Shanna come over for some private modeling, and it was the first time in weeks I have had a chance to do figure drawing, but hell, I am rusty as ****!

Here is the only semi-decent drawing I did.

I just finished up my sequence on the WB Adaption of DC's New Frontier but still have quite a bit of board work left on my second Growing Up Creepie. I got to board a sequence with John Jones AKA Martian Manhunter and Slam Bradley and then a sequence with Jones and Batman in the Batcave. I hope it's animated well on the DVD.

Next up is laying out an issue of Aquaman and doing a Secret Agent Corrigan story for King features and an over Seas publisher.


Travis Christian said...

I'd like to see your Aquaman!

Antoine said...

Hellow , I like your draws ! ! !
i'm french and i draw too, if you want to see my works:

roque said...

Man, that's so great that you're getting to work on New Frontier Animated!! I just listened to a podcast with Darwyn Cooke and he sounds really happy with it. Insult my work and kill me now!

J Gilpin said...

Hey Mike,
This sitting pose is NICE! You can tell it wasn't the normal classroom setting. Looks very intimate, the indication of the wall (by the shadow) and the rendering of the couch make a nice little environment.
Hope you caught a little breather from all the work, that would be something to be thankful for! Take care.

Dominic Bugatto said...


Brothergrimm said...

I hope to see the cartoon soon. Is it the same animation team already does DC cartoons for WB?
I thought your sketch was rendered great. What kind of paper do you use?

Alina Chau said...

awesome drawing!! love the mood.

Anonymous said...

G'day Mike, I wish my couch looked this good. I came across your blog by accident but now I am here I have a chance to send you a big Thank you! for your work on Draw. The mag has been a huge help in developing my skills, keep up the great work (video was also excellent)