Friday, December 19, 2014

Skater girl



Heat Miser on C-SPAN

The headline and the C-Span graphic are real. Reading it, I couldn't resist doing a "The Year Without a Santa Claus" joke.

http://jezebel.com/mom-calls-c-span-to-yell-at-her-arguing-pundit-sons-1671747153


Metro Med

A back cover pinup for a Facebook friend's indie comic: Metro Med.

http://www.metromedcomic.com


Friday, December 05, 2014

Climbing woman


Scary Mermaid


Warmup sketches





Skydoll

Done for the Trinquette drawing challenge on Facebook. I wasn't familiar with the book, but had a fun time with it.

Bodypaint sketches

A handful of studies from photos of models in metallic body paint.





Fashion sketches



Warmup sketches

Two versions of a sketch from a photo of Kate Moss. I ref'd the face and freehanded the gesture and body. The first came out too stiff so I started over.







Surfer girl


SpecOps girl


Capaldi Doctor Who


Miller Daredevil stuff

Two expressions of my love for Frank Miller: an attempt at inking Miller's very rough Daredevil layouts, done as an exercise without recourse to looking at Klaus Janson's brilliant original finishes; and a color sketch of Elektra.



Bob Kane-era Batman stuff

Three takes on old-school Batman: A Batmobile based on the Phantom Corsair and rendered in vector; a re-imagining of the cover of Detective Comics #27; and my take on Catwoman's original costume from 1941. I think if I ever got to do Batman I'd want to skip the modern paramilitary take on the character and just do hard-boiled crime stories set in the forties.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Daniel Bryan weather report



 

WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan responds to imminent storm warnings for the Northeast. Sent as a goof to my buddies at WWE Creative Services in Stamford.

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Trinquette: Miss Morrigan



This week's entry for the Trinquette pinup challenge. Subject: some video game character I never heard of. This one took me three days and three attempts, because I really struggled with the wacky, hyper-detailed costume. After giving up on my first attempt I hit on the idea of stripping her down and casually folding the two sets of wings. Even so the second attempt was still hopeless. Finally on the third try a cute Bettie Page quality started to emerge, and I felt satisfied with it.