You can never say never in this business! In recent posts, I’ve hinted at a new ultra-top secret very special project that I couldn’t talk about, but now at long last, I’ve been cleared to share this with the World… Here are my pencils to a few pages for a brand NEW Archie story. This
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Here is a fun private commission that was totally up my alley! This commission was for a Silver Age style cover of Adventure Comics featuring the Legion of Substitute Heroes and the Legion of Super Pets, two of my favorite aspects of the Legion Of Super Heroes mythology. One of my earliest avenues into
This piece is a full color private commission featuring Archie characters as they appear on the popular CW TV show, Riverdale. The original measures 10″ x 15″ and is colored exclusively with Copic markers. Riverdale, now in its second season, is unquestioningly popular and it is easily one of the things I’m asked about the
Meet Boilhead! This character was created by Trey Patterson, one of my students at the Kubert School, who commissioned me to draw his boil-brained beast! In other news… Today I leave for Vancouver where I’ll be attending Fan Expo Vancouver this weekend. I’ll be at Artists Alley along with Dan Parent and Gisele Lagace.
Here is a book illustration I did for the short story, Sanctuary, by my friend… and Scrabble nemesis… Scott Young, a fellow graduate of the Kubert School. The story appears in Scott’s latest collection of stories, his book, Coming Into Focus. Scott is currently holding a Kickstarter campaign for his book which you can
This one is pretty self-explanatory. More re-stocking for the portfolio. Archie’s girls, Betty & Veronica, have always proven pretty popular. There are Betty fans and there are Veronica fans but there are LOTS of fans who want items… sketches, pages, covers… with BOTH of them.
The rebuilding of the portfolio continues! Supergirl is always a popular piece in my portfolio and Betty as Supergirl is usually especially popular. Here I’m drawing a slightly realistically detailed Betty as the Girl of Steel. I’m not sure if she’s “Betty” enough because most people are just taking this one as a straight
The post-NYCC rebuilding of my marker portfolio continues with this marker color sketch of DC Comics’ Power Girl. I did this one during my night class at the Kubert School. This one measures 9″ x 12″ and it was colored using a combination of copic and chartpak markers. I’m still in the process of