Transformers Robots in Disguise #15 came out last month. Issue 16 wraps up this story arc written by John Barber and penciled by Andrew Griffith. Andrew has been one of the most detailed TF artists I’ve inked and the end result looks great, especially with Josh Perez’s colors. If you haven’t picked it up, get
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!
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 keep hoping for snow, which may be strange to you northerners, but down here in the South snow is always an event. But it looks like we’re in for near 70 degree temps instead. I suppose I don’t need any distractions to pull me away from work, so it’s just as well. I’m catching
I admit it. I’m totally sold on Transformers Prime. I’ve been a Generation 1 snob for a long time (meaning: I can throw down a rant on Michael Bay) but this show has done it right. The tone, character design, writing, voice acting…even down to bringing in the original voice actors for Optimus and Megatron…it
No time to write anything substantial or color the sketch today since I’m headed out the door to go to a funeral. Until Tomorrow, here’s Hound. He was always one of my favorites as a kid.
I’m getting closer to launching my Kickstarter campaign to fund the first print-run of my co-creator owned graphic novel, Vex. On Saturday my friend Jason came by the studio where he patiently filmed me stumbling through an hour or so of trying to speak for only two minutes worth of video. Note to self: Next
This week I got my comps of IDW’s Transformers: Police Action. I did inks for the last issue in the series over Brendan Cahill’s pencils and then finished off with Joanna Fuente’s beautiful colors. I post a lot of sketches on here, and figured I’m long overdue for uploading some professional work.
I’m taking a break this weekend in order to work in my yard, exercise, catch up on sleep, and hug my son. To tide you over here’s a mediocre iPad sketch, and then to make up for that the finished page from Transformers #29 I inked over Brendan Cahill with colors by Joanna Lafuente.
This week’s warm ups are shaping up to be full of Decepticons. This was inked with a Pentel Brush Pen and inked with Prismacolor/Copic Markers. (It’s also for sale on eBay . And remember if you sell Megatron, you might be BREAKING THE LAW.)