Friday, December 22, 2006

'Nother Q&C Commission/ Inked!

Here's the final inked version. Have a nice holiday, everybody!

Thursday, December 21, 2006


I'll post the inked commission tomorrow. 'Til then tip one back for me.

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

'nother Q&C Commission/ Pencils

Here's the final pencilled version... well, sort of. Note the redrawn hand and arm.

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

'nother Q&C Commission/pencils?

Yeah, so this was my first shot at pencilling this one...for some reason it just wasn't working for me so I came up with the version you'll see tomorrow. 'Til then, thanks for lookin'!

Monday, December 18, 2006

'nother Q&C commission

Here's a few sketches working out one of this week's commissions. The one at top is what ended up being the basis for the final piece. I'll post the rest of the steps throughout the week.

Friday, December 15, 2006

A Commish and a Dish

Here's a few Pitt brush pen sketches to close out the week. The grey tone gives 'em a bit of class they were lacking in just plain ol' black & white, I think. That's Jim Gordon on top, by the way.

Thursday, December 14, 2006

Big Grey Hulk

Just looking at how loose and open lined this is I think I drew it after reading an issue of Frank Espinosa's Rocketo. The first time I saw Espinosa's work I was absolutely dumbstruck and I felt I must be in the wrong business. I immediately thought "this is the future of comics". If you haven't read Rocketo, go pick it up. Seriously, it's just beautiful. And if you have, YOU know what I'm talkin' about!

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Indie or Mainstream?

Hey folks here's a few more pages of sketchbookyness. The top one is Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca's Street Angel and if I have to tell you who the bottom drawing is of you're reading the wrong blog. I think I did this drawing of our pal Kal-El after reading Lex Luthor: Man of Steel. See ya tomorrow, everybody.

Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Buy My Stuff!


Written by Harvey Pekar; Art by Haspiel, Eddie Campbell, Ty Templeton and others; Cover by Dean Haspiel
Harvey Pekar returns to celebrate 30 years of autobiographical comics with his newest volume collecting the 4-issue acclaimed miniseries.
Vertigo 136pg. B&W Softcover $14.99 US Mature Readers
On Sale April 4, 2007


Written by Simon Oliver Cover by Philip Bond; Art by Tony Moore, Chris Samnee and Ande Parks

In this stunning volume collecting THE EXTERMINATORS #6-10, Henry and Stretch get an emergency call to dispose of a black widow that's been terrorizing the local SandM club. But what they encounter will change the course of their newfound mission.
Vertigo 128pg. Color Softcover $12.99 US Mature Readers
On Sale March 7, 2007
Sure it's shameless but here's a couple of trades coming out that I've got a little bit of work in. I get a kick out of having my stuff in something I can sit on a book shelf so this is pretty cool news for me that DC's getting these trades out so fast.

Monday, December 11, 2006

Friday, December 08, 2006

Coupla Weird Doodles

I think the title says it all.
Have a nice weekend, everybody!

Thursday, December 07, 2006

What Evil Lurks...

Here's a really stylized Shadow doodle from a couple years back. The actual art for this looks absolutely awful. Since I was finishing off like 3 markers on this sketch it's all faded and is in at least three different colors. The Prismacolor and the Pitt pen blacks still look like I just put them on yesterday, but the felt tip stuff looks all faded and pitiful. Never trust a Sharpie on your comic art! Sure it might get it done, but don't expect it to look anything like you want in a couple years. Just a word of warning:)
See ya tomorrow, everybody!

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

HB's 10th B-Day

Here's the pencils to a Hellboy pinup I did for the 10th anniversary of Mike Mignola's baby for the San Diego Comic-Con souvenir book a couple of years ago. I sent in this one and a really cartoony pinup...the cartoony one eventually saw print. I still think this one turned out okay though.

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

A Cool Exec with a Heart of Steel

Here's a drawing of ol' Shell Head inspired by an issue in which Tony's rocket boots failed and he had to make a landing just with his repulsars. I think it might have been drawn by Tuska but sinceI don't have that comic anymore can somebody tell me what issue this might have occured in and who handled art chores. It's really starting to bug me now that I think about it. Thanks folks!

I think I've got a colored version of this packed away somewhere. If I happen across it I'll post it here. See ya tomorrow, kids!

Monday, December 04, 2006

Sketchbook Doodles

Alright, so I finally hunkered down and went through some more of my old sketchbooks and spent some time scanning in a bunch of pages this morning so I can get back into this daily(well, maybe every other day or so, we'll see how it goes) blog thing the kids like so much.
Keep checkin' back, there's a bunch of cool stuff I'll have posted in the next few weeks. See ya next time!