Illustration done for a friend of mine who is an avid surfer and meditator. Gave me a nice excuse to look up the work of Jack Kirby so I could get that classic cosmic look.
Did this Bat-Hobbes and Calvin mash-up originally for my Graphic Novels class in watercolor. I wasn’t happy with the results, so I went ahead and redid it digitally. I like this version much better, though I’m pretty sure in real life Calvin would make sure he got to be Batman.
I was up pretty late the other night trying to get this done in time for my final, and as I was working on the sign I realized, “This is it, my last homework assignment before I graduate. The end really is near!” Actually, it still could use a little work, but its already been […]
Here’s a quick color version for the Kid Hercules graphic novel. My professor was really happy with the comic as a whole (we were only required to do a part of it) and has encouraged me to finish it and get it published. So hopefully I’ll have some time over the holidays to get some […]
Here’s a preview of my upcoming graphic novel entitled: Kid Hercules and the Gigantic Angry Monster Sausage. I’ll have more to post about it soon…
The assignment was to do something for a “Holiday Calendar” for the Richmond Times. Difficulty: no religious symbols, no Santa, no elves. Here’s the final along with the original thumbnail sketch below:
Some more random silliness from my Graphic Novels class. We each had to come up with either a villain or a hero, then we paired up into groups to have our characters duke it out. I came up with the Mezmerizer. (Pictured above.) He’s a villain. He wins in the end ’cause he’s got style…
As promised, here is the inked version of my robot attack sequence. You can see the pencil version here. I think I may have to add an extra panel between the 4th and 5th frames to show the tower-bot in the middle of transforming. The way it is now, one panel there’s a tower, the […]
Here’s a quick scenario involving an astronaut who has landed on the wrong planet.
Some more random silliness for class…