Thursday, October 27, 2011


So, forgive me for the slowness of the posting for the past bit. I'm working on a 125 page script and writing my thesis at the moment. They both took precedent after NYCC (darn school!). However, I'm working on a new set of Batman pages I hope to post within the week.

In the mean time, the awesome Geoff Shaw, whom I go to school with, posted a cover for a comic he's drawing aptly titled "Hulk vs. Swamp Thing." The darn thing (inside) is gorgeous. I wanted to take a crack at inking him cause his pencils are SO strong, but I've never seen anyone ink him right.

I don't think I did either - ha! But some things turned out nicely. So, here are his pencils and my inks.

It was fun to ink because it was the first thing I've inked with a brush since probably March. Took some getting used to and I wish I could redo certain areas over again, but, ya know, it's okay.

Friday, October 21, 2011


And here are the four, final pieces of my Mucha homage together at last.

Thursday, October 20, 2011


And the B&W for my last Mucha-inspired Periodic Heroes piece. Hermione Granger from Harry Potter! I'll be working on the colors over the next day or two and post the final piece (all four together) here in a few days.

Monday, October 17, 2011


The B&W of my PH post the other week. Number 6 from Battlestar Galactica.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Tuesday, October 11, 2011


These are sample pages from Fantastic Four 576 that I'm bringing to NYCC.

Monday, October 3, 2011


And I thought I'd post just the B&W version of The Descent.

Sunday, October 2, 2011


Scary movies. I've seen a LOT of them. And I will continue to. I like to be scared (like this).

The Descent is the scariest movie I've ever seen.
I could talk forever about it, but all I have to say is that it's terrifying. Watch it IN THE DARK (no lights allowed). Just do it. It's GOOD.

Saturday, October 1, 2011


200 posts. I did it. A bit less than a post everyday, but it's a place to start.

Keeping in with my Halloween pictures, I did a Scream picture. I've loved scary movies and stories since I was a kid - I loved being scared. Scream was one of the first horror movies I saw that I loved - that stuck with me. I saw the movie and absolutely loved it, but didn't own it (then). However, just after seeing it, while I was on this thing called "the internet" I stumbled across the "screenplay" (all newer things to me at the time (some odd 13 years ago)). This was the first script I can remember reading. And it was awesome. It's an amazing script.

And reading that one script made me fall in love with screenwriting (and for those who know me, you can understand how influential this one movie was on me).
Even though the "Ghostface" killer is iconic (now), it wasn't when the movie first came out. What was striking - was the poster - the picture of Drew Barrymore's scared face. So I had to draw that. Fun with a brush pen still.