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Bleedback #2, page 3.

A page from the comic I’ve been working on: issue no. 2 of Bleedback (issue no. 1, with art by Giovanni Valletta is on Comixology now).

I haven’t posted anything from this project ‘til now because I wasn’t sure when I was going to be able to get the art finished. My wife and I had our first baby in May, and that pretty-much stopped production for a while, and I’ve been really slow getting back up to speed. But, I should have it wrapped-up within a month, so it’s time to start generating some interest!

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Space guy sketch EAL. Pencil, fountain pen & Sharpie.

A very quick one from me.

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Here’s a fun example of two artists starting with the same recipe for an image and yielding two significantly different products. On the right is a poster I did for Strange Kids’ Club last year, and on the left is Stjepan Sejic's cover for He-Man: The Eternity War #1, which is coming out in December from DC. The spec for my illustration was given to me by Rondal Scott, who asked for He-Man clashing with Skeletor while grappling with snakes, with a lightning bolt down the middle and the Heroic Warriors and Evil Masters rushing toward one another. I don’t know whether Sejic’s composition was all his own or whether it was similarly spec’d by a third party, but when I saw his cover I thought it was funny that we both ended-up with spiky rocks, the central lightning, and a prominent snake-feature in the lower foreground.

FWIW, I think Sejic’s battling forces came-out way better than mine, which by comparison look a bit spread-out and stiff — but my He-Man and Skeletor look pretty ace.

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James Eatock and I have produced a new (unofficial) She-Ra: Princess of Power story for his ’80s animation megazine, cereal:geek. Using the look of the characters as they appear in the Filmation series, but presented in the storybook format of the Golden Adventure book series, we cooked-up a kind-of “lost episode”, titled “The Secret’s Out”. There are fifteen illustrations total, and the story appears in two parts in issues 13 and 14 of the magazine, which you can order here.

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Some samples I sent for a prospective job earlier this year.

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James Eatock and I have produced a new (unofficial) She-Ra: Princess of Power story for his ’80s animation megazine, cereal:geek. Using the look of the characters as they appear in the Filmation series, but presented in the storybook format of the Golden Adventure book series, we cooked-up a kind-of “lost episode”, titled “The Secret’s Out”. There are fifteen illustrations total, and the story appears in two parts in issues 13 and 14 of the magazine, which you can order here.

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Supertox. Digital, 2014.

Warm-up doodle. Trying to find my style again.

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I have had a couple months more-or-less away from drawing and badly need to get back into the swing of things, so here’s some pen practice. Ref was a random Flickr find: https://secure.flickr.com/photos/50075819@N03/7160918814

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B.Y.O.Hackergrrrl. Digital, 2014.

Hacker-chick cliché paper-doll, for Entertainment Weekly.

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TTY Chimp. Digital, 2014

I wanted to draw an old Teletype, so I started drawing an old Teletype (a model 15 or 19 or thereabouts). Then I thought I could draw an ape operating this teletype, and I saw this advertisement, and everything just happened.

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Master Chief, digital, 2014

For the current issue of Entertainment Weekly (May 16, 2014).

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Leonardo (unfinished). Digital, 2014.

Part of a group picture I started a while back but haven’t made much progress on.

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