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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Arisverse Sketchbook 2011

Just got my awesome little sketchbook in the mail today, from Aristides Iliopoulos! You can check him out on his facebook here!

So I wanted to take just a couple shots of the book. One being the coolest sketch in the book in my opinion, and the Hulk he drew me in the back!

Sunday, October 24, 2010


Wanted to share quick shot of a picture I'm going to try and have finished for Halloween! Hope you guys enjoy!

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Mark Rudolph's STRIKER!

Two posts in a row with Mark. Damn.

Anways, I was listening to this weeks episode of Art and Story. Mark and Jerzy got to talking about old characters. Just as a joke, I decided to do a very quick'n'sloppy sketch of Marks character he created when he was younger. Man, good times!

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Mark Rudolph's Subterra

Man, I keep getting more and more Jonzed about Mark's project, Subterra.

You can check all his info at his blog, right here!

After seeing his post today, I wanted to try out some colouring on it. Turned out OK I guess. Still lots of learning to go! Have a great night guys!

All Ages Comic Diary #3

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

The Hero Code

Well, this was a fun little project!

I just finished up doing a pinup for Jamie Gambell's project, "The Hero Code."  You can check out his website here! And follow him on Twitter!

Here are the pencils, inks and colours :)

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Hulk by Jonathan Rector, colours by Eve Orozco

Received an awesome PM on Deviantart this morning. The very talented Eve Orozco coloured an older Hulk drawing I did. Check out more of his work on his Deviantart account!

Friday, October 15, 2010

Art & Story Alive! Episode 91

What an awesome time I had on this show! I'm sure many of you comic creators out there know of the Art & Story podcast! Don't you? If not, check it out here!

So, I got the chance, with a few others to be apart of  Art & Story Alive! Episode 91! The topic of discussion was:
"The role of branding and getting the word out about projects from your own experiences (Social media, forums, Deviant Art, Livejournal, Tumblr, etc). What works for you and why? Are there any best practices you’ve found for yourselves, and any warnings of behavior that has turned you off from others’ works in the past?"

So, if you are interested, check out the podcast here!

Scribbles With Jonathan-Episode 36, Foreshortening Part 1

Thursday, October 14, 2010

The Mighty Mustache step by step

Took a little time out today to draw up a quick picture of The Mighty Mustache! Enjoy!

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Artbook/Sketchbook Poll

I added a small poll on the right of the blog here. Basically asking what you guys think about artbooks/sketchbooks prices and if colour and or black&white is even something you care about.

Friday, October 1, 2010


Happy Friday everyone!

So, my comics order from Amazon showed up last night! Can't wait to start flipping through these bad boys! I thought I would share some pictures/info about the books I ordered. Lets get on with it!

First up is X-MEN: Dark Phoenix Saga. I recently heard some buzz about this book on Twitter, did some review searching and hear, this is one of the best X-MEN stories told. So, I'll letcha know!

Next up, is MARVEL MASTERWORKS: The Silver Surfer. Now, on Amazon, it says the art is by Jack Kirby. That's really the only reason I picked it up. Once I opened up my package and found out it wasn't, I was pretty let down. Same thing happened to me with the MasterWorks: Spider-Man trades. But, as I flipped through it, the art blew me away! This is my first book with John Buscema's art, and man, I'm hooked!

Next, is HAUNT! Written by Kirkman with layouts done by Greg Capullo, pencils by Ryan Ottley, and inks by McFarlane? SOLD! I'll letcha know how this baby turns out. To be honest, I can't wait for the second trade, as from what I hear, it's 100% Capullo's art. It has been way too long since I've seen some awesome Capullo art!

Ninja Turtles!! These were the only two books that looked interesting! The first one (Cartoon looking) is what apparently formed the idea for the cartoon show. The books are from Archie Comics, so it has that old school vibe. I dig!

The second one was iffy. Based on the cover you know what kind of book this is. Published by HEAVY METAL, and art by Simon Bisley? Oh baby!