Wednesday, February 22, 2012

RBMC W7 Muppet Lines

Here is the scan of my sketch for the RBMC week 7 topic, the Muppets! YAY!(Kermit voice), colored version is over at the RBMC blog.

Friday, February 17, 2012

RBMC, W6 (W.I.P.): Re-imagine the "Crow"

You cannot escape his vengeance!

This is my ink sketch for the RBMC re-imagine the "Crow" topic, more to come soon...if you can handle all the avenging justice!

Go her to see the finished piece:

Monday, February 13, 2012

RBMC: Supporting Character Lines

This is the original ink sketch for the "Supporting Character" topic over at Rust Belt Monster Collective (go there see cool art). Maybe Robin is a bit of an obvious choice, but he was pretty fun to draw, especially when he is about to take a crowbar to the Joker's face.

To see the colored version go here:

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Dunkin' Spidey

Every hero needs an quick sugary break now and then, Spidey is no different. When I started reading comics Todd Mcfarlane was drawing "the Amazing Spider-man", and he would always draw these quirky Spidey scenes, I loved them, they were (and still are) my favorite Spidey moments.

Friday, February 10, 2012

Thor & Iron Man

Just a quick drawing while watching TV, or at least that's my excuse for the over rendering and poor proportion.

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

RBMC: Childhood Cartoons! Inky lines

This week's Rust Belt Monster Collective's topic was , to draw our childhood cartoons...and I had ...a lot, and I couldn't choose just one, so I went with: Godzilla, Voltron, Optimus Prime, Lion-O, Winston Zeddemore, He-Man, Donatello, video game Link, Slimer, and lil'old me in my kick ass Superman jammies' (with Velcro cape!), I still feel like I left a a bunch of favorites out (my bad Snake Eyes, Gonzo, Super Friends Batman, and Spider-man).

To  see the super-sweet 1986-ish colors go here:   

This is the finished "ink" art. I took the original scanned sketches and combined them in photoshop and cleaned (sort of) everything up.

This is the original inked drawing from my sketch book, you can almost see where I started to draw Donatello behind Lion-O and in  front of Voltron's lion foot. In this drawing he fits there well "compositional-ly", but for the finished drawing that I had in mind, I preferred him in his final spot.

Here is the original sketch of the kid, he was the first thing that I drew in this piece that i was happy with, but I realized that I didn't have enough room on the page for the rest of the drawing as I wanted it, so I erased him, but I scanned him before that so I could use him later (computers are cool),

Saturday, February 4, 2012

New Stuff (from Dr, Sketchys) with Faith McFluff

These pieces are from January 2012's Cleveland Dr. Sketchy with model faith McFluff. As you can see she was dressed as Wonder Woman, which was pretty awesome. As with most of my Dr Sketchy drawings, I don't consider these to be anything close to finished...just a decent start at best.

This is the "after" shot...

and here is  the "before" shot.

Friday, February 3, 2012

An (almost) overlooked "Very Frazetta X-mas" Dr. Sketchy

Well I was about to post some new drawings from last weeks Dr. Sketchy Cleveland , and I realized that I had not posted any images from last months Dr. Sketchy. It was  "a Very Frazetta X-mas" and it was awesome!

This was my favorite image from the night. If I had some more reference of this pose I might turn this into a finished piece, I might try anyway, I like it enough. It is ball point on rough sketch paper  with whiteout, I messed with the original face a bit in photoshop.

I tried some color on this one with mixed results, I like the shadows on her face, but the rest needs lots of work.

And then there was this one, I was really liking it and happy with a lot of the drawing, until I got... distracted (I sure you can see how) and waaay over rendered one face. Maybe I'll finish this one too, so I can redeem myself with that face.