Here is my first Marvel comic submission. I chose Wolverine cause my father and I used to read and collect Wolverine and the story seemed fun. I first drew the pages laying out each shot as I read the script. I then worked on setting them to paper. After I finished drawing them I went back over them and shaded the pages also adding details i may have missed the first time around.
It was a great learning process. I hear from following comic book artists on twitter that once you are in the industry you can talk to the writer about scenes. Which would be great to be able to have that ability to help craft the story that much more.
So here it is in all of its glory let me know what you think!
Ps: Be honest if you don't like it, I prefer it!
Saturday, April 24, 2010
I have been obsessed with Mechs lately and i have no idea why, from that this page resulted.
This is my first real attempt at a Gundam (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gundam) and i have to say i.m pretty pleased with the results. I don.t have all the intricate details of the series designs but for my first real attempt and giant mechanical robots its not to bad...
Monday, March 8, 2010
This is a logo that i am currently considering for myself...
This is a finished inked drawing
And these are a couple of sketches done for fun and practice
The Spider-man and Batman drawings were used to help me find my own voice and style while drawing. Far to often in the past I have compared my work to existing comic book artists, and when I do that, I feel what I want to get down on paper and what I ultimately put down on paper get further and further out of my reach. These two sketches where the first step of me drawing to draw with no comparison in an attempt to finally get whats in my mind on to paper.