Monday, July 25, 2011

Tough to the Finish

I hadn't drawn Popeye in a while, figured it was about time.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Twas beauty killed the COMIC TWART

Last week's theme at the Comic Twart was Giant Monsters, as picked by Chris Samnee, so I went with my favorite giant-- KING KONG. I'm a huge fan of Kong and I can't believe this is the first time I'm drawing him. Click the clip above to see the whole thing over at the Twart itself. Someday when I'm a billionaire I'm just going to sit around drawing King Kong comics.

Sorry for the infrequent posting as of late here, I've been lucky lately if I can find an hour in the day to draw while we race towards the baby's due date. I'll try to post what I can in the coming month or so.

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Ms. Marvel

This Ms. Marvel is for Joel Carroll. I don't know why she didn't hold onto this costume, I like it a lot better than her current one.

Thursday, July 07, 2011

Big Gopher

As part of my birthday, I sat down and watched the Rocketeer movie last night. I sometimes forget how much I enjoy that movie. It came out when I was 6 and I still dig it just as much (if not more) 20 years later. Anyway, I figure it's been long enough since I last drew him.

Update: Added a little color. The original inks are still here below:

Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Gee Whiz

Today's my birthday, and my schedule happened to allow me the chance to do just about whatever I wanted. What that means is drink some coffee, flip through a new batch of books, and draw Captain Marvel.

This one's based on what is probably my favorite Captain Marvel-related cover, Whiz Comics #22. I love whenever they have Cap and Billy inexplicably both standing around together, especially considering I think that there might be active volcanoes or forest fires going on behind them.

Alright, back to work tomorrow.

Monday, July 04, 2011

Tribute to Gene Colan

This past week at the Comic Twart we paid tribute to Gene Colan after the news of his passing. Here are the inks for my tribute, which I inked over Colan's pencils. To see the colored piece go here.