Sunday, December 24, 2006

Turtle Time

Boy, been a little bit since I blogged here. Between the end of school, and the workload I have on top of the Holiday Crunch I took a break from blogging. A lot of what I've dobne I can't show due to rights and contracts, like the board work on Growing Up Creepie and New Frontier, but I can show you a page from the Turtles issue I have to finish soon.

Happy Holidays!

Thursday, December 07, 2006

Semester's End Figures

These are from the last session of DCAD's Tuesday night open figure drawing. There won't be anymore until next semester, sometime toward the end of January. I'll be hiring a the same model though to do some more private sessions for Echo and me.

These are all 2 minute or 20 minute poses.

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

DRAW! 13 at the printers/Ships DEC 27th

Draw! 13 is at the printers and should be shipping into stores the 27th, right after X-mas which means subs will be out that next week and shoukd arrive fairly quick since the bulk of the holiday mail should have subsided. After being resolicited we are finally back on track. The next issue will ship for the San Diego Comicon.

read all about it and order a copy from our web store You'll also find a great 20% off sale on all the Twomorrows products just in time for the holidays!

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Spider-Ham, Spider-Ham, does whatever a can of ham can

Here is the final color version of cover of Spider-Ham that I just inked over Mike Wieringo's pencils last friday. You can see Mike's pencils below.

Monday, December 04, 2006

Remo Remembered-Secret Agent Corrigan

Here are a few pages from an issue of remo Williams I did a long time ago...or it seems like a long time ago, and also a page from an issue of Marvel's Powerline comic I did that Al Williamson inked. Al also inked some of the Remo job as well. I posted these as I will be doing an all new Secret Agent Corrigan, Al's old strip that is still being reprinted overseas. The demand is good enough for the reprints that King features who owns the rights contacted me about doing one, possibly two stories, which I jumped at as I was always a big fan of newspaper strips and of course Williamson who I worked with and shared a studio with back in the late 80's along with my buddy Blevins.

there are very few places left to do this type of drawing, as the adventure newspaper strip is a dying breed.