Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Hammerhead Chuckles

Another CGS SuperShow pre-order, the request was for a character made from the combination of a Star Wars character and a GI Joe character. Hammerhead and Chuckles are the two I chose.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Alice in Wonderland's Caterpillar

I was asked by Pittsburgh Toonseum director Joe Wos to do a piece for an upcoming art auction and display taking place May 6th and 8th. It is a partnership between the Toonseum and the Pittsburgh Symphony celebrating the symphony performance of a dark take on Alice in Wonderland. The proceeds from the auction are split between the Toonseum and Symphony educational programs.

It felt really good to get back into the watercolors. I got the bug again after doing the Rocketeer piece last month, so I ran out to the art store and bought some overpriced art supplies to do it up right.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Dinosaur Soldiers vs Giant Robots

I did this pin-up for inclusion into the 11 O'Clock Comics anthology, a book being created by the members of the 11 O'clock Comics podcast fan community. They've got a Kickstarter campaign to raise money for printing costs, click here to check it out and donate!

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Kolchak and the Were-Bernards

Two more from Pittsburgh Comicon. Kolchak I drew the night before the show so that I had an example of a head sketch on the table. The second piece here, Switzerland Were-Bernards, is the first drawing in a sketchbook that has the theme of sports teams logos, real or fictional. The Were-Bernards were a team in the short lived European Division of the Human Hunting League back in the late '70s.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Hellboy, Daredevil, Mr. Freeze, Firestorm, Venom

Sketch cards from Pittsburgh Comicon. Some were pre-orders, the rest done to show at the table, all have found better homes.

Monday, April 18, 2011

Sketches from Pittsburgh Comicon 2011

I had a great time at my local show, and first show of the year, Pittsburgh Comicon. I was swamped with sketch requests for most of the weekend, especially Saturday. As always, the best part is catching up with old friends and making new ones.

These are sketches I did for folks at the show. Also for the first time, I participated in the Quick Sketch panel for charity on Saturday. I did three drawings, two of which you see here: Zombie Cowboy and Jack Skellington as Ghost Rider. I was a bit nervous at first, but it turned out to be great fun.

You can see all my pics from the con on my facebook or flickr. Now, the sketches:

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Frankenstein Wedding

Yes, I titled it 'Frankenstein Wedding' even though Dr. Frankenstein is nowhere to be found.