The good thing about loosening up and filling up a page with random characters is that you have a resource to go to when you need to create a character for a story. This is where a lot of designs start for me – free association and nonsense, just seeing what comes out of the
In between sketching and chatting with people who stopped by the table this weekend, I occupied myself with filling up a few pages with randomness. Enjoy!
Okay, I’ll be in Artist Alley this weekend at NYCC. My table number is P7. I’ll have Transformers, GI Joe, and some Doctor Who original art pages for sale. As well as a new TF print featuring everyone’s favorite robot bartender, Swerve! I’ll be doing commissions all weekend as well as promoting William the Last
I think this might be the final version of my Swerve print for NYCC, but I’ll take a look at it worth fresh eyes tomorrow before sending it off to the printer. I’m open to opinions.
Still slowly hacking away at the Swerve print for NYCC. Here’s are pencils and the Flat colors, with just a little shadow/highlight started.
I’m trying to work in a couple new Transformers prints for NYCC…which is in ONE MONTH, PEOPLE! Here are the pencils for my Swerve print.
This weekend was my first experience with a Transformers convention. Charticon was a two day show in Charlotte, NC and what a blast! It also helps that I’m a fan of Transformers in addition to doing work on the comic. I spent three hours in crazy traffic and barely got there for the panel I
SDCC 2013 is in the can and I’m trying to recuperate as fast as possible since I have a mountain of pages to catch up on. I wandered around for most of the show (unknowingly following Matt Smith around, who was wearing a Bart Simpson mask) and ducked daily into a cigar bar that was
I’m waiting for a friend in front of a hotel barely a block from the convention center. Two security guys are checking for room keys before letting people into the lobby. A short teaser trailer plays for the new spider-man movie. Over and over–designed to engrain itself in your mind through sheer sensory overload. I
It was five years or more before I realized there was a diner within walking distance of the convention center. Its been less than that since it agreed to clothe itself in one big advertisement for whatever TV series or channel is (or wants to be) the next big thing. The staff is friendly and