Robyn Hood # 4 hits the shelves today. I'm still trying to get used to seeing a book I drew on the shelf of my local comic shop. It's a wonderful sight to see your name on a book... I know a lot of you out there have been doing this for years and that's old hat for you, but I am really enjoying these little moments. I'm proud of this book, this issue in particular was a little tough on me. Graduation scenes, and like a million crowd shots... all stuff I haven't tackled many times before. This issue is colored by Adam Metcalfe, and lettered by Jim Campbell, written by Pat Shand and the zenescope brain trust. I finally got to draw Robyn in her costume which was a plus. This issue sets up the mega sized issue 5 coming out in January, which, I will be drawing as well.
I've seen these covers floating around the internet for solicitations, so I figured I could show them here. I had the pleasure of doing the interior artwork for this book, and will be back for issues 4 and 5! So do me a favor and pick up the book! There are several covers for this issue (by some of my favorite artists!) including the great Ale Garza, Anthony Spay, Tommy Patterson, & CS Moore.
Some more info
Robyn Hood # 2! Written by Pat Shand, interior artwork by Larry Watts, colors by Andrew Elder, & lettered by Jim Campbell. Published by Zenescope Entertainment.
i really have been enjouing the legend of korra on nickelodeon. I decided I would try a quick sketch piece thing earlier- my intention was to give her my "spin" - but i think in the process I just sort of aped the style of the show. I like no hatching and little to no spot blacks in this type of work ... anyhow, I was so happy with the pencils I thought I would just ink and color it quickly.
I haven't posted in a while. Being a Dad is hard work! Also, I'm not sure if I am allowed to post any of the pages i've been working on recently. Things have been good- lots to do! I thought I would share some funny and or interesting pages of old journal pages. I used to carry around a sketch journal everywhere I went, at least all the way through college. Man are there some horribly self important whine sessions in these things- but there are also some sketches that I totally forgot about. More to come!
Please do come by and check out all the cool stuff the studio and I have been up to. I am excited about the trip- I know I will miss my family, but I havent been to chicago since I was a teenager. Walter Ostlie is meeting me there and we will be sharing a table at the convention. This is the first convention I have attended in the North Eastern region of the country to date, so I have no idea what to expect.
i've been working on pages - and my internet connection has been pretty much hit or miss, so I'm a little disappointed with the frequency of my posts. However, I thought I'd share some random sketches and roughs from the last few weeks.