Bantah 6 has been steadily developing. I’ve been drawing, inking and colouring the pages, love drawing the characters and the story is cool! Keep your eyes peeled in the upcoming months for this series!
I did a a commission for an American client and an image requested was a SpiderGwen Illutsration for a rather young fan for her birthday based in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
Was fun to draw and what a cool dad to give this to his daughter!
The finished image
The rough sketch.
I never played the games but I think the suit is cool. Had fun drawing and colouring this character. The Japanese translates to “Metroido” which I think sounds cooler personally.
I love working in the Solis Studio with the guys, I also love The Breakfast Club and have been thinking alot about it recently.
I always prefer my pencil roughs but I do plane to ink and colour the crowd in.
Got up early and bought my issue of SpiderGwen vol 1, love the artwork and costume. Fun morning in the SilverSnail.
Held by my lovely assistant Frank, I did another doodle YAY!
I have been super busy! Interviews in the past 2 weeks, doing design projects in the Solis studio and seeing freinds in the city I hardly have anytime or I’m way too tired to post anything. Have another interview today and to ease my nerves I sit down at the SilverSnail, have some coffee and draw.
I drew a Harley Quinn. This costume I love and Bruce Timm is a huge influence of mine.
I feel I haven’t drawn in a while so just having a wee practise of poses. Of course I use my favourite Herion to get back into the swing of things!
A sneak peek of page 21 that feature the elements of the Spiritual Forest… The physical comic is in progress.Air
Have been in Toronto since Thursday and so hence the lack of posts this week. So much snow and so much stuff to organise…Obviously saw the boyfriend and freinds last weekend which was so lovely!
The plane was delayed and long but did some creative stuff during it. Applied colour to an old sketch I did last year when I was flying back from Toronto….
Finally…The cover and 22 pages for SL2 are done! Now to assemble and letter it.