Sunday, July 27, 2008

Godless Page 5 Color

So here are the final colors for page 5 of Godless. I'm pretty happy with it, I opened it up the other day and thought I had more work to do but decided that it was done. The file was so large (over a gig) that I had to do the last panel on it's own so that my laptop could handle it! I've been working on keeping layers to a minimum but that big panel was a beast. I will also have some more inked pages up soon and colors for page 6 should be done this week as well.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Godless Page 4 Color

So I finished this up the other day, I might make some small changes but I'm pretty happy overall. I've been really branching out, trying to push the work past any preconceived rules or regulations. After all, I think an original style is an artist's main selling point. I hope you like it.

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Sneak Peek

This is a peek at the colors from Page 4. I should have the color for pages 4 and 5 both done within a few days. I'm pretty happy with how it's going, I've been learning a few new tricks and it doesn't take that long either, if it was published I could do a full page drawn and colored every 2 days I'm sure.

Monday, July 7, 2008

Crazy Character

I did this really quick last night to demo how I work for a friend. This is one of the main characters from a graphic novel that I'm currently writing. He's pretty insane due to a gunshot wound to the head (the scar is on the other side of his head) but he's actually my favorite character to write due to his imperfections. He was also and aspiring artist like myself before the "incident".

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

300 Print

So I finished the colors for this 300 drawing that I did last year so I could sell the print at Wizard World Chicago. Unfortunately, my buddy wasn't able to share his table so I couldn't sell anything, but I actually had a great time and met tons of cool people. I'm pretty proud of it, especially the fact that I buckled down and redesigned my website and colored this in the week before the con.