Seems “Fall of The House of Usher” got a French edition a few years back. Nice to see this is still making the rounds. Be even nicer to see a check. I haven’t worked in comics for a few years now, but my ass is STILL sore.
This image was done for the Title Page, by the way. What? They didn’t like the cover? Even for FREE?!?!
Whipped up a quick Skully for our new kitchen. Done in Sketchbook Pro, utilizing the symmetry tool.
Little late getting around to posting about this, but not as late as Marvel was getting around to publishing it! Neil Vokes and I did the art chores on this book some 12 odd years ago and it just got published this last month. If you hurry, you might still find a copy at yer local store. It’s been getting some nice reviews as well. Give it a look-see, won’t you? And if you DO find one, send me a copy. I think Marvel has lost my address. Go figure.
Found a house + Bought a house + Will be spending much time fixing up house = More moldy oldies for you.
The wife and I have been busy checking out new houses, so I haven’t had much time to doodle lately. Here’s an oldie to tide you over for a while.
My Pal, Chappy has been doing his “Uni-Girls” over on his site for years now, and if you haven’t yet checked out his stuff, I urge you to do so. His Gals are decked out in various sport related uniforms and he does a helluva job. A while back I had the idea to do some “Uni-Girls” of my own, but since I’m not much of a sports fan, I decided to deck them out in famous geek uniforms. Consider this the first in a series. Hopefully. If anyone out there has suggestions, please feel free to share. (Once again, this piece was done in Sketchbook Pro, with color in Photoshop.)
Doodled this up yesterday ( In Sketchbook Pro. ) while I was listening to Steve tell me what to do. Threw some quick color at it today, so here it is. Meh. I really need to start working out my stiff ass drawing muscles. After looking up some reference I discovered that Yeoman Rand was only in about 8 episodes of the original Star Trek. I always thought the character was kind of annoying, but there was no denying that wacky hair-do.
Last month the 100 Rogues crew held a “Design a Monster” contest, so I HAD to whip up an entry. Below is what I came up with, and I’m more happy than I should be that it won the contest. The Jani-taur will eventually get in the game, and I’ll score my first ever video game credit. Swanky!