Friday, March 31, 2006
Here is a panel from a project I’m currently working on for Repercussion Comics. It’s called “Our Flag Was Still There”, and it’s written by the extremely talented Jason DeGroot. It’s something I’m pretty proud to be a part of so I wanted to share it here with you fine people. It’s not finished yet, so keep under your hat.
Monday, March 27, 2006
I’m going to take this Illustration Friday topic as an opportunity to debut a feature I was talking about in a previous post.
Hence, it shall be known as... MYTHIC MONDAY!
I’m in the process of re-imagining heros, beasts, artifacts and etc. from mythology (all sources of myth, not just the big-’uns). I’ll try to post new sketchbook pages of the work-in-progress here on Mondays. The sketches may not always be linked to Illustration Friday topics, but they will be when applicable, for the sake of my own sanity.
Who knows, we all just might learn something...
Jörmungandr, the World Serpent- In Norse Mythology this is a venomous sea-serpent so large it actually encircles the earth and is able to grasp it’s own tail. In the apocalyptic battle of Ragnarök, (the battle at the end of the world between the gods and their enemies) Jörmungandr and Thor are destined to destroy each other.
How’s that for a bed-time story?
Wednesday, March 22, 2006
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Friday, March 17, 2006
Wednesday, March 15, 2006
I know it's almost next Friday, but hey, I’ve been busy.
This is a sketchbook page for a project I have been kicking around lately. I don’t want to say too much about it at this point. It’s a long way from being much of anything yet. I can tell you that it's a re-envisioning of the Norse God of thunder (that's Thor to all you kids). I'll post more of the same soon, maybe even make it a regular feature... Weekly? Bi-weekly? Monthly? We’ll see, but you’ll have to behave.
Wednesday, March 01, 2006
Well, I still haven't had time to tweak the blog, but I couldn't very well start the new month without a post.
In order to keep up appearances, I decided to do a sketch of everyone's favorite funnyman, ...
Unfortunately that didn't pan out, so I did one of Tim Burton's most enduring creations...
Once again, it didn't work...
This is a bit of a departure from my usual style, but I'm trying to loosen-up a little in order to be more productive.