Transformers: RID #14 is out. I’m busy wrapping up the inks for #16 this week, so not a lot of time for the chit-chat and shenanigans. I’ll just leave you with one of my favorite double page spreads from the issue.– well, maybe the only double page spread. I can’t remember now–featuring Devastator!
In an effort to work smarter, I’m taking a little extra time on commissions so I can color up the inks and use them as prints. Which means a better end product for customers all around. Though I may sleep a little less. But sleep is overrated. Here are the inks from a Juggernaut commission.
It’s deadline week in my world, no time for the jibba jabba. Here are some inks from TF: More Than Meets the Eye #12. Pencils by Brendan Cahill, Inks by me.
I passed out on the couch at 6:30 last night and then slept 12 glorious hours (well, I did get up and go to bed around 9:30.) I feel fantastic today. Maybe I should pencil in “sleep more” in my non-existent planner. To warm up I was looking through some of Rick’s Modesty Blaise books.
I have pages available for sale from IDW’s GI Joe RAH #173. Pencils by Ron Wagner (except for pages 16-19, which are Shannon Gallant.) Inks by me. Contact me if you are interested. Prices Vary. kingbanjo at gmail dot com. (Sorry for the funky arrangement of the images. My WordPress gallery is acting weird. Click
Okay, so I may be a little obsessed with this. I did another page, colored it, and keep thinking about the story it’s a part of. I know what they’re saying on this page so I went ahead and did speech bubbles. For the moment, this has obviously taken over the whole “daily sketch” thing.
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.
I’m back from Comic Con. I slept almost 12 hours last night after a day spent flying over the US through air that’s just a bit more turbulent than I care for. There’s a ton of reviews of the show popping up all over the internet, so I won’t bore you with one here. I