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Iron Man 2 Sketch Cards

My Iron Man 2 cards were approved. I can’t remember when this set comes out. Pretty soon I would think.

One of the things I learned on this set is that the old, bulky costume was more fun to do. It was easy to reflect the background into the armor giving it a little more life.

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more Zombies vs Cheerleaders

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Zombie vs Cheerleaders

Here is the first batch of cards for 5finity’s Zombie vs Cheerleaders set. I don’t relish the idea of girls being eaten by zombies. So in my world, cheerleaders always win.

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Spider-man Archives released this week

Rittenhouse released their Spider-man archives set this week, which means I can finally post some of the cards I worked on. I did 150 cards for this set. These are the ones I think turned out best. (I used Prismacolor and Copic markers, Staedler and Pitt pens, and acrylic white on all of them.)

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Virginia Comicon pinup – final

I finally finished the colors to this pinup, and as promised I’ve included the original picture it’s a parody of. (Well, maybe an homage more than a parody.) The show is the weekend before Thanksgiving. If you’re in the Richmond area be sure to check it out.

I would also like to say that finding and inserting all those comic covers was tedious. But at least I was able to find the Sea Monkey ad and the cover to the Kool-aid man comic. Ahh…the 80s.



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Still working on the graphic novel – now with end in sight

I’m full steam into trying to finish up Vex. I’m almost through with the third section, then two more to go. I feel like we’re over the hump and gaining momentum to finish.

Here’s a random panel with Danny’s colors. What’s going on here? I’m not telling. So feel free to make up your own dialogue until you purchase your copy*.


*or twenty

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Va Comic con inks

The inks are finished on the Virginia Comic Con piece. Rick Ketcham inked my Hulk and Betty, Steve Bird Batman and Spiderman, and John Wycough did Randy’s Wonder Woman.


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