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Here’s a drawing of Christopher Reeve from the 1978 Superman film, which ushered in a new age of comic book movies.
James Marsters, A.K.A. “Spike” from “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”. This was drawn as part of the August edition of the ISCA Members Workshop on Facebook.
A year and a half ago, I began listening to this podcast: As you might guess, it reviews & talks about various Transformers TV shows & movies. It’s run by 2 musicians out of Chicago, and it’s VERY entertaining! And it’s what inspired me to begin doing the series of drawings I posted about recently. … Continue reading
50 years ago, I…I wasn’t born yet. But in September of 1966, the very first episode of “Star Trek” aired on TV. I never actually watched it when I was a kid, but as a fan of sci-fi, I was always aware of it. In 1996, during my last year of college, I decided to … Continue reading
Here are a handful of live drawings I have done over the last 4 months…at Rainforest Cafe, and at various events around the Dallas area. Super Heroes, animals, and Pokemon have been very popular themes lately!
Here’s another step-by-step color process. This time, we have my buddy Steve Hearn from London! We’ll begin with a finished, inked, black & white drawing (Steve is English, and folks over there tend to say “CHEERS” a lot…hence the silly gag). Next, the first bit of color, concentrating mostly on the flesh tones. Now for … Continue reading