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Storm & Dark Phoenix PSC

These are from my Artcast last night on uStream.

On March 3rd at 9pm I’ll be doing a show on the Artcast Network screening room.


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Ebay Sales – Warm up sketches

There’s a pile of my warm-up sketches for sale on Ebay. The user name is dghartsales. These are quick pencil warm-ups. Every week new sketches go up. They’re inkable in case you want to have someone ink them.

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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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Black Cat artist proof card

I can finally post one of my Spider-man artist proofs. I’ll be putting this one up for sale pretty soon

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Snow day sketch

Life here has pretty much come to a standstill thanks to a decent snowfall this weekend. I celebrated by sleeping in (which mean 8am) making breakfast, working on a script outline, and then taking a walk while being pelted with wind and sleet. After 2 weeks of constant work, it was a welcome and needed break from the drawing board. I did manage to sketch a little this evening though.

I know, very uninteresting. Make up a story to go along with it if you want. I imagine that he’s the perfect man for a cigarette ad. Unfortunately, he was born to late and is instead the spokesman for a generic brand of disinfectant wipes.

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Thor! (now with 86% more Chesterton)

Blasphemy depends upon belief and is fading with it. If any one doubts this, let him sit down seriously and try to think blasphemous thoughts about Thor. I think his family will find him at the end of the day in a state of some exhaustion.” -G.K. Chesterton, Heretics

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Another Voltron Study

Spending a little time in the sketchbook this evening. More Voltron, this time playing with markers and color, and trying to figure out how the body is put together. I think I’m getting more of a handle on him. The above sketch was done with sharpie, Prismacolor markers and a white charcoal pencil for highlights.

I spent the last week working on Marvel 70th Anniversary cards, taking some time to slow down and do a little more detailed pieces before the deadline. I’ve slowed down to about 4 cards a day, and I’m really liking the result. I wish I could post them.

The slower and more thoughtful, the better the work. At least in my case.

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