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Mystery Project Page 6

Another page from my upcoming creator owned project.  This is the page I was working on while sitting behind the table at C2E2.

I’ve fleshed this out quite a bit since I started posting and think it’s going to be an ongoing thing once I start…but I’ve got to finish up a few things first and flesh out the concept a little more.  I know for sure what’s going on here, so I’m going to go ahead and finish up this particular scene.  Previous pages in this seqence: Page 1 &  Page 2   Page 3   Page 4   Page 5

Mystery Comic Story – Page 5

This story is getting out of hand.  Now there are guards on eagles. At some point I’m going to have to stop posting these or I’ll give away all the surprises when I finally put out the finished product.  Here are pages one, two, three, and four.

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Mystery Story: Page 4

I may redo a panel or two on this one.  There’s a few things I don’t like about it, but I did finish writing this whole scene.   Sometimes a slow convention can be a good thing.  If not for that, I wouldn’t have done the first two pages.


**UPDATE:  I tweaked a few things that were bugging me and re-uploaded it.  The page is a much stronger image now, I think.


Stormy Storm Stormed Stormily.

I bought a Raphael #2 Kolinsky from my studio mate, Rick, and it’s glorious.

I hear the Windsor-Newton series 7 used to be the staple, but they changed the manufacturing process somewhere along the way.  I have one good one after probably going through eight duds.  The Raphael was great from the start.


Virginia Comicon, Richmond VA. Feb 28th

Sunday, Feb. 28 I’ll be in Richmond, VA for the Virginia Comicon.

I’ve done the fall show for the last 3 years and it’s well run, well attended, and definitely worth your while if you’re looking for good show to attend.  And there are comics.  Lots of comics.

This is one of the shows our studio hits every year.  I’ll be up with Randy Green, Rick Ketcham, John “Waki” Wycough, and Kelly Yates.

The poster to the left is what we did for the show last November (which turned out to be a huge success.  The show, I mean, not the poster…well, people liked it too.)  I drew the Hulk and Betty and did the coloring.  The other figures were done by the rest of the studio.

Incidentally, my favorite thing about the poster is the fact that Batman is holding the Kool-aid man comic.