Thursday, August 18, 2011


So, as we near Baltimore Comic Con, all the guys I'm going with (and I, to a degree) are rushing to finish getting things together. Getting prepped for a convention is a lot of work, believe it or not. Luckily, this being my third show this year that I have a table at, it's gotten a lot less work. I have most of what I need already.

My good buddy Dave, however, found himself in a time crunch trying to get things done, so I volunteered to jump in and help. He was working on two prints, and I volunteered to color (at least one). So I got to flex my coloring muscles and work on someone else's work - which was scary in a whole new way - ha! Here is the B&W and then my colors. How'd I do?


  1. It's a pretty solid pallet--kind of analogous/complimentary? Like blue, indigo, violet, and yellow mostly? I'm not too fond of really bright comic book colors, but it's working here. Though desaturating all but one color some might not be bad either.

  2. I think it looks great! I especially like the purple-ish sky.

  3. @ Adam - yeah, I'm a bit of a saturator. I find myself bumping it up as I adjust my colors - ha! And, yeah, my color theory is so weak I was like "What the opposite of purple? Yellow! Let's do that."

    And thank you to the rest, as well!