1. scott snyder’s Severed
2.Farel Dalrymple’s Pop gun War
3. ECCC Heroes designed by Michael Avon Oeming
4. Mike Norton’s Battlepug
5. Wendy and Richard Pini’s Elfquest (petalwing on top of the Invincible dude’s head)
6.Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky’s sex criminals
7. Joe Ketinge and Leila Del Duca’s Shutter
8. Robert Kirkman and artist Cory Walker’s Invincible
9. Egypt Urnash’s Decrypting Rita
10. Rob Liefeld’s PROPHET (that me and Simon Roy and Giannis Milonogiannis and Farel Dalrymple and Joseph Bergin III work on)
11.Mike Kunkel’s Herobear and the Kid.
12.Aaron Diaz’s Dresden Codak
13. Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor’s & voiced by Cecil Baldwin Welcome to Night Vale
14.Paul Tobin and Colleen Coover’s Bandette
15.Ron Randall’s Trekker
16. Damon Gentry and Aaron Conley’s Sabertooth Swordsman
17. Rick Spears and Chuck BB’s Black metal.
18 Stan Sakai ’s Usagi Yōjinbō 兎用心棒
19. Jeff Smith’s Bone
20. Mike Allred’s Madman
21, My (Brandon Graham, me me me ) King city.
22.Adam Warren’s Empowered. (that I just drew a one shot issue of)
23.Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Ríos’s Pretty deadly.
24. Erik Larsen’s savage dragon (Malcolm dragon)
25. E.K. Weaver’s T.J. and Amal (my favorite ongoing web comic—sooo good)
26.Corey Lewis’s Sharknife. (YOSHHHHH!!)
27. Kenichi Sonoda Gunsmith cats. (I’m sooo hyped that Sonada is gonna be at the con this year)
28. Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt’s The Sixth gun.
29. Kenichi Sonoda’s Bubble gum crisis. (this is basically an anime con from 1994 now)
30.Greg Rucka and Michael Lark’s Lazarus
31. David Petersen’s Mouse guard.
32. John Graham and Victor Steinbrueck’s The space needle
33. Ryan North’s Dinosaur comics
34.Richard Starkings Elephantmen.
35. H. G. Wells invisible man
36. Shannon Wheeler’s Too much coffee man.
37. Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson’s Happy!
38.Rob Guillory and John Layman’s Chew, CHOG
39.Chris Sims, Chad Bowers, and Scott Kowalchuk’s Down Set Fight
40. Kurtis J. Wiebe and Roc Upchurch’s Rat Queens.
41. Eric Stephenson and Nate Bellegarde’s Nowhere men
42. Kevin Church & Grace Allison’s Wander
43. Noelle Stevenson, Grace Ellis and Brooke Allen’s Lumberjanes
44. Cat Farris’s flaccid badger
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I think the only real way to get better at drawing and get work done is committing to little rituals. Draw every day, keep a sketchbook around, — even if you just draw lines, it’s still better than not holding a pen at all. Copy from pictures, copy other people’s drawings, copy from the mirror, from outside the window, do stuff that you think is fun.
For me personally, the best ritual to learn how to draw with was doing comics. It creates a little system that helps point out things you can and can’t draw, it helps you think in story, it forces you to think about environments.
An anatomy study is always just going to be a dead thing, no matter how well drawn. A comic is a living world where things happen, even if it’s horribly drawn. I’m saying this because it’s addicting to make up people and places and have them interact and it helps take away the focus from fearing the empty page and bad drawings — and the more you do it (while consciously pushing yourself and yeah, studying) the better your drawings will eventually get.
Sketchbooking. I draw a lot of owls… Yes I do.
One of the best artists in the game right now.
Alright folks. This is it. The final push! Final orders for THE FIELD #1 are due on Monday, March 10th. That’s in just a few short days.
If you haven’t asked your LCS to carry the book, please do.
I’ve said it before, but I’m saying it again: I’m immensely proud of this book and thing that readers are really going to dig it. You’ve got an underwear clad amnesiac; and ex-Bible salesman on a meth induced murder spree; a bunch of bad assed bikers and a cavorting crew of cosplayers on a quest to save civilization. What more could you ask for? We’ve got Simon (PROPHET, JAN’S ATOMIC HEART) Roy’s incredible art between (and on) the covers. We’ve got the amazing Simon Gough throwing down some sick, sick colors. Published by Image Comics.
So, please, walk on down to your LCS and make sure that they’ve got your back.
All retumbls and retweets and repostings of any sort are greatly appreciated.
Diamond Order Code: FEB140485
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There’s a pretty amazing Spera gathering going on. I’m not there, but here’s a peek at some of my pages for the book.
Had this idea for a DieHard centaur thing. Wanted to try a slightly different style and work on my coloring. Pretty fun. I loved the solo Diehard issues of Prophet, and would love to see him on his own cyborg Conan type adventures.
It’s been quite a month for me with Inkstuds. I posted my 500th inkstuds episode, which is pretty impressive marker to hit for a podcast. I have been doing inkstuds 8 and a half years and it’s been a blast. My ability to get shows done, goes up and down. Sometimes my energy lags and I just want to…
Hey guys, here’s a little pdf collecting odds and ends from the past few years. The vast majority of the stuff is from this blog, with some things I haven’t shown and plenty of Prophet pencils and inks.
Coming out of this slump, I thought this might be a good way to seal off and tuck away the old stuff and move onto new things. It’s basically just an abridged version of this blog that you can take offline if you want. The drawings are in roughly chronological order, from old to new.