Thursday, May 03, 2007

A word on tracing.

I am an absolutely awful inker.
No one is going to try and tell you otherwise, but if they do, they are lying.
I hate it.
I've been working on this one page comic about "Streets of Rage" all week for Lifemeter. I liked my pencils fine, but I feel like the inks I've done for it are just awful and soulless.
It's done though.
For better or worse, it's done.
Well, the inking is. I started coloring it, and I'm hating how that's looking as well. Understand, I'm not a negative guy.

I've taken to drawing on CDs. These two feature Sagat of Street Fighter 2 fame and Erik Larsen's Dragon.
Sagat says get it together!
The Savage Dragon feels your words. Your sexy words.

Wednesday, May 02, 2007

I've got the greatest view from here.

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April and I made Miis of Clark Kent and Selina Kyle.
The Wii is awesome for allowing us to do this.
Do you have any idea how much fun it is being on a baseball team with Superman?
I've made Bruce Wayne and a Scott Pilgrim as well.
It doesn't get much better.

Tuesday, May 01, 2007

More Batman Birthday-ness.

I forgot this one.
I drew this on the side of a box full of figures.
I hate moving.

Happy Birthday Batman!


On this day in 1939, Detective Comics #27 was published and so today we celebrate 68 years of Bat-Mania!

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This Batman is on my desk at work.

Here's a little bitty Batman I painted on a little bitty canvas.

Here's a Batman wallpaper I made. Pencils by Ed McGuinness. Inks by Dexter Vines. Colors by me.

Monday, April 30, 2007

Let's do this thing.

I need to play some catch up with things I've intended to talk about, so I may have to do the quick and dirty version of some of these.

If that doesn't make you want to read The Spirit I don't know what will.

A quick little comic I did on a Post-It note about year ago. Click on it why don't you?

Rock 'n Roll Monster! (If you've seen the MST3K episode where they watch Merlin's Shop of Mystical Wonders then you know exactly how that should be read.)

Ah, happier times. Sigh.