Tuesday, December 25, 2007
Well I hope you all are having a great Holiday! I thought I would post my most recent Munny I did for my brother as a Christmas/birthday gift. I did it in marker, just to keep it in the true Haring fashion. And the heart on his chest is in red acrylic. I really like doing these. It's just that it ends up taking me a long time to do one. I simply don't have enough time to do as many as I would like to. But I do have the next one planned out already.
It might be a bit before I post again. Probably after the new year. Just so I can catch up on some work and get some more sketches done. That way it doesn't take me so long to post. Well, be safe out there kids.
Friday, December 21, 2007
And the last two pages of the Campbell work I inked. I liked how clean this page was to work over. It allowed me to focus on the stroke of the line more than "correcting" anything. Not that I would, mind you. I would have been hauled off by a mob of angry fanboys had I even dared to do so. I might have a few more inked things to post in the upcoming weeks. But then all I have left are the pages I am working on for Viper. And those won't see light of day until they are printed first. Cause you know, contracts and stuff.
Images solely for the purpose of scholarly review.....and all that jargon.
Tuesday, December 18, 2007
As I sorta promised. Here are the sequential ink samples I said I would post. These are of J.scott Campbell's Danger Girl. I had a lot of fun doing this. It is a real challenge to do as well as a great inker like Alex Garner. Hopefully I didn't mess it up too badly. I always wondered why inkers don't get the praise that the pencilers get, but then get all of the blame when it doesn't look good? Hopefully I don't get too much blame for this.
Again...blahh, blah, blah....all images here solely for the purpose of scholarly review....yadda, yadda....
Sunday, December 16, 2007
So I decided to add a couple of ink samples from my last SDCC inking portfolio. I have been knee deep in stuff to ink for the last week, so it is only fitting that I share what got me there. These are two images from Terry Dodson and J. Scott Campbell. I tried to choose a range of different pencilers to ink over to show what I could do. Like I said some people liked them and some didn't. Now you get the say so. I have some sequential pages as well to put up too. But that will be later this week. Maybe next week? Hey, I do the best I can people.
Again, these images are here solely for the purpose of scholarly review. I am not the original inker at all