Wednesday, April 26, 2006
NEW is the key word here. These are actual sketches-all on one piece of paper- that have been created within the last week or two. I promised this a blog or two ago and today is the day! ACTUAL drawings that are not for a job, by me, that aren't two years old! This doesn't happen every day. The one of the girl head and the bald guy head were sketches I did while me and Rob were doing a photoshoot of us at our desks. We had to "pretend" to draw so I thought I'd ACTUALLY draw. This is what came from that. After this, back to old stuff I'm sure.
Monday, April 24, 2006
Hey all. Hope you all had a good weekend. Rob and I have been super busy (are you getting tired of hearing this?) so I had to work most of the weekend. Lots of drawing getting done, just nothing that is "blogable". Anyway, this is another old sketch page from when I had time to draw for fun and/or could draw things that didn't have NDA's attached to them. Ah, those were the days. I do have another sketchbook from a few years ago, I may pull out some of that stuf too.....hmmmm... I may never draw again. Actually, I have a new sketch page that I add a sketch to every so often. When it gets "ripe" I 'm gonna post it just to show that I still draw for fun sometimes! BTW, the eagle character was a character design for a client that had a phone company (though I don't know if it's still around) and the girls were just for "fun".
Tuesday, April 18, 2006
Got....to....get....something...up...on ...blog! Anything....
This is another "oldy" of MJ Parker ( you know, Spiderman's wife) looking longingly out to the sea for some reason. This was also eventually inked by great inker Howard Shum. Anyway.....
Tuesday, April 11, 2006
This is an older drawing, but hopefully one that not many people have seen. It's my version of Supergirl. With a little Bruce Timm influence thrown in. I think I did this as an Ebay drawing. Howard Shum ended up inking this and I think it's still on his website. Anyway, she's another character I liked drawing.
Saturday, April 08, 2006
These were some sketches for a commision piece I did awhile back. They are of Tex Avery's "Little Red Riding Hood", or whatever she is officially called. She was fun to take a stab at. I did the final in color but I'm not sure I have a scan of it anywhere. Oh well....
Saturday, April 01, 2006
This is another page of sketches from Waaay back in the day in 2003 when I did my first sketchbook for sell at San Diego Comic Con. It sold well and fast (I printed 100 of them), so I did it again the next few years after that. Always a good seller. Anyway, I did the Opp. Forces image on the left for some add or something and the others are sketches just for this thingy. The "Reese Kirby, stock car driver" drawing was just making it up as I went, but I still like the name.