Saturday, March 26, 2011
Weekly sketch group over at PencilJack is still kicking with great topics and about to hit it's 200th anniversary week, great stuff peoples, check it out. Here is mine for the week. 2 of the options were Abe from Abe's Odyssey and any character from the Dr Who shows. Thought about it and my mind stuck on the idea of Abe finding a lost little Dalek screaming about how he is going to kill everyone. Fun stuff.
And FYI I find Twitter to be an evil waste of my time as I am now spending way to much time looking at all the sketches my fav artists are posting on their Twitter accounts from this con season-ain't technology wonderful1?
And remember just because they offer it to you, doesn't mean you have to take it.
Sunday, March 20, 2011
PencilJack challenge for the week made mention of Aliens-the Giger type and super hero vehicles. I decided to mix the two, though this made for a cool funny image. The weekly sketch group is a great thing, keeping my mind and pencil working.
Sunday, March 13, 2011
On to the next steps we go. We have the hero's head from the front view from our amazing book Simplified Anatomy for the Comic Book Artist followed by a real quick 10 min sketch for this weeks weekly sketch group over at PencilJack. If you have a moment it's a great site to go through, 1000's of drawings by 100's of artists of varying skill range from raw beginners up to professional comic artists, great stuff going up there daily.
Sunday, March 6, 2011
Saturday, March 5, 2011
Multiple Man sketch I did for the weekly sketch group over at PencilJack. I have always been a huge Jamie Madrox fan, the Multiple Man is a great character, I've always found it cool that he was a mutant whose power manifested at birth. For those that don't know Jamie's body converts kinetic energy, from impacts, into the creation of duplicates. Always made me wonder how weird his childhood would have been...long road trips...
Thursday, March 3, 2011
The male mouth and lips, them there things that make ya talk as it were. More form the Christopher Hart book, I refuse to stop.