TIFFANY WINTERS from the hugely successful webcomic EERIE CUTIES. Tiff here was done as an incentive for the incredibly successful PIXIE TRIX COMIX Kickstarter campaign. I’m new to webcomics but my pal, the talented Gisele Lagace puts out some of the most phenomenally popular webcomics out there like Menage A 3, Eerie Cuties, and more
Category Archives: Sketchbook
I know I’m getting REALLY self-indulgent with this guy, but I’ve always loved the goblin-like designs of Jack Kirby’s Skulls, the shape-shifting alien arch-foes of the Fantastic Four.
Sketch cards are always a popular convention item. I love them. Here is one of the greatest super villains of all time, DOCTOR DOOM. I was going for a Doctor Doom of the Jack Kirby vintage. When working on sketch cards, I often emulate Golden and Silver Age comic art styles. That deceptively simple and
My first ever attempt at the SHE-HULK!
A Copic marker sketch of Veronica at the beach!
Nothing moves at conventions like sketches of the Archie gang… especially Betty and Veronica… as other characters… especially super-heroes. Here Betty is sporting the classic original X-Men uniform. The original X-Men are my favorite era for the X-Men and the original five are my favorite line-up. Cyclops and Iceman are among my favorite Marvel characters.
Cheryl Blossom is one of my favorite Archie characters, but not one I get to draw too often. This sketch was done in response to a Facebook conversation where someone asked why there weren’t more Cheryl convention sketches. I think my friend and colleague, Dan Parent, may draw more Cheryl sketches than I do but
My favorite look for Rogue has always been the costume she wore when I first discovered the character in Uncanny X-Men #171, the issue where she shows up on the X-Men’s doorstep and ends up joining the team. Here she is just prior to that appearance when she was still a member of the Brotherhood
Here is a marker sketch of Marvel Comics’ The Scarlet Witch, always one of my favorite characters with a rich history. I used to find her original head dress to look clunky but it’s grown on me over the years so I added it to this version of her costume. I had to really bolster
Archie Comics’ Betty Cooper in her super hero identity, SUPER TEEN. Drawn in pencils, inks and colored with copic markers!