Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Time to buy a Refrigerator!

If you want to sell a consumer a kitchen appliance, it's best to put a family in the kitchen. The family starts the day in the kitchen and it's the center of the home. Take a look at these three Ads from different companies.
Moms, dads, children and your fridge. Your appliance is a part of the family!

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Another DrinkyDraw Event!

We had another SketchFest this past Thursday on West Adams! This time the theme was Mad Max.
Take a look at a few of my quick sketches.

Friday, November 13, 2015

My SECRET DEFENDERS issues reprinted!

There was a point on my run of Secret Defenders, where the story focused on Marvel villains instead of heroes. Instead of Dr. Strange calling the shots, Thanos was the boss of a group of powerful beings. I did the inking on issues 12 to 14 of Secret Defenders with pencils by Tom Grindberg.
You will find those stories and another that I inked over Grindberg in this Trade Paperback!

Friday, October 09, 2015

Draw From Life

There was a Drinky draw event last night in West Adams! The regular venue (a bowling alley) was undergoing a renovation, so we did something different. Namely, we got a model and started drawing. The theme was Barbarella.

The 2 minute sketches kicked my bottom, but I think I did better with the 5 minute and longer sketches. 

Saturday, October 03, 2015

Art by Jack Kirby

Time is running out to see the Jack Kirby exhibit at California State University Northridge! My friend Steve and I drove to the Art gallery to check out 'Comic book apocalypse: The Graphic world of Jack Kirby'. I am a big fan of The King, so I was eager to see his originals.
The exhibit covered his career by decade and comic company. No art from his Animation jobs, but covered all the creative comic achievements. Fantastic Four, Thor, New Gods, Kamandi and much more.

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Sketch of the Day

I managed to get some quick sketches done for my blog!

Saturday, May 30, 2015

My SHIELD Issues reprinted!

This volume reprints 10 issues that I worked on. It was fun inking over Wyman, Hoover and Stiner, but I would say that Ernie Stiner was the bigger challenge. His art was extra tight with no room for improvisation. He was a really nice guy and his time on the book was short. As for me, I would stay as the inker until issue 47. I would work with the excellent John Heebink. More on that later.