More unpublished work from 2012. This one is about monster hunting on the ocean…
Gotham Academy Downloadable Line Art
Download the full-resolution line art for this Gotham Academy scene from Issue 1!
New Short Story Page Speed-Draw
A black and white page from start to finish, including a lot of halftone pattern use, which Clip Studio makes very easy.
New Short Story – Page Progress
I’m drawing a new webcomic! It’s sort of a cross between Metroid and Hellboy and I’m posting pages here as I finish them, exclusively for subscribers. When it’s done it’ll be free for everyone, but until then you can read it here as it unfolds.
Miki: The Original Pitch Bible
In 1999, Brenden Fletcher and I worked on a sprawling comic story called MIKI which would be the foundation of much of our future work. Here’s the original Pitch Bible for you to see, complete with drawn comic pages and script…
ISOLA Volume Two Extras
I’m creating a dozen or so extra pages for the second volume of ISOLA. Here’s a preview…
Cliff the BAO Mascot – Speed-Draw
I’m happy to announce that ISOLA is being published in Italian by my good friends at BAO Publishing! It’s become a tradition for the artists to draw a version of Cliff, the BAO mascot for the back of the book, so here’s my version…
Judge Dredd – Cover Process
I was asked to do a cover for the new ‘Best of 2000AD’ series featuring Judge Dredd. This is a video of the entire inking and colouring process and there are lots of mis-steps along the way, like bad/redrawn hands, foreground elements that weren’t working, aborted crowd details, etc. It’s all in there for you to see as I stumble blindly toward a finished piece.
New Project – Design Phase: Characters
I’ve been working on a new project for the past year or so. It’s intended to be another webcomic, released in chapters (or maybe scenes, I don’t know yet). I’m still writing it but I’m getting closer to a place where I can start doing some actual drawing. Here are the very first character sketches.
ISOLA Tree Drawing Process
I draw a lot of trees. ISOLA is pretty much designed so that I can draw lots of trees and animals and not a lot of real-world architecture, vehicles and crowds. So I thought it would be nice to post a video of the tree drawing process.