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
Rogue of The X-Men!
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
The Scarlet Witch!
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
BETTY as SUPERTEEN
Archie Comics’ Betty Cooper in her super hero identity, SUPER TEEN. Drawn in pencils, inks and colored with copic markers!
ARCHIE DAY JHU Comic Books Staten Island
ARCHIE DAY! This Saturday August 8th JHU Comic Books on Staten Island will be celebrating the FIRST ever ARCHIE DAY! Come and see me and Archie superstar, DAN PARENT! Plus live band PUSSYWOLF will be there as JOSIE & THE PUSSYCATS! Many more surprises! Don’t miss out!
STORM from Marvel’s X-Men
My favorite look for STORM! Done in pencils, inks, and copic markers.
DC Comics SUPERGIRL color sketch
Supergirl in her classic look from the late 1970’s and early 1980’s. Done in pencils, inks, and colored with copic markers.
Animated Advertising Storyboard Example : SkeevyToedBob
This is a video made from storyboard illustrations I did for Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide. The video was used as part of an advertising – marketing proposal. Sorry, Folks, but the Spambots have declared war on this post so until they back off, I’m going to be disabling the conversation on this one.
Life With Archie Cover
This was the cover to an issue of the popular LIFE WITH ARCHIE magazine which I pencilled for three years. Unlike most covers, this one was never inked. The colors were added by Archie’s coloring master, Tito Pena, directly over my pencils for a more painterly, pulp magazine look.