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Sketch card commissions, for any character(s) or any subject.

$15 for pencils. $25 for gray scale. $35 for full color.

Saturday, March 22, 2014

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Thursday, October 06, 2011

Ms. Marvel for the Marla Bea Benefit

It has been a LONG time since I posted any art up here! I'll blame school and my inherit laziness for that.

This piece was done for the Marla Bea Benefit for Breast Cancer, a charity fundraiser that Jason Gavin has done for the University of Iowa Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center, now in it's 3rd year. Jason has raised over $6,400 for the Cancer Center, and is looking to break the $10,000 mark this year. He is tireless in his pursuit to get artists to donate items to the cause, and I am always more than happy to lend a piece to this great charity.

This piece is on 11" x 17" Bristol, with PrismaColor markers. I will admit to shamelessly stealing poses for Supergirl from Michael Turner, and a Ms. Marvel by (I think) Greg Land, and meshing those poses together to get this one.

The running theme for the Marla Bea Benefit it that all original sketches should be of a "strong" female character that uses the color pink and/or the pink breast cancer awareness ribbon within the sketch.

Jason does this fundraiser in honor of his mother (Beatrice) and sister (Marla) who were both diagnosed with breast cancer within 2 months of each other. He donates all proceeds of this fundraister to the Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center to help with their research.

If you want some AWESOME artwork from some great artists, head over to Jason's website he has dedicated to the fundraiser, make some bids, or pass this information around the web to help make The Marla Bea Benefit a success!


Thursday, March 17, 2011

Sketch cards of the universe

Four recent commissions, from the Marvel Universe. Mulitple Man (from various X-books, and then Hawkeye, Hulkling and Wiccan (from the Young Avengers series). The Multiple Man card was one of the more fun pieces I've done in a while. I thought about filling up the entire card with him, but ended up leaving the blue to follow that pesky rule of thirds, and allow for a bit of color contrast.

Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Pencil before color

Sampling of some sketch cards I've finished over the last month. Pencils only for now; color later.

Here we have Multiple Man, Hulkling and the female Hawkeye, all for private collection commission.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Enjoy leftovers

These are a couple of card puzzles I did back in the summer for Breygent's SciFi/Horror series.

The one with the werewolf fighting the vampire came from this horrible, horrible B (C?) movie, of whose title escapes me, but the image was iconic in a sense, so I took it. Made a nice sketch card puzzle, horrible movie scene (Yes I watched it. Thank you, Wonders of the Internet).

The other is one that I rather liked how the lightning effect turned out.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

The Spider-Man Vault

Back in the Spring of this year, I inquired to Peter David about participating in a Spider-Man book he was writing, which followed Spidey from his early years at Marvel comics, up through modern times. It sounded like a very cool project, so I submitted some art to be a part of it.

I had two pieces accepted for it, and it's been published by Becker & Mayer!. The book should be coming out in early November of this year. I know Peter was selling copies of them at this table at NYCC, so they may pop up at other cons as well (though we're almost out of con season).

It's a very cool coffee table/collection book. Lots of info on the character of Spider-Man/Peter Parker and his publishing/tv/comics/movie history. There are also a lot of pull out, colelctibl pieces of art, trading cards, and reproductions of memorabilia. My art appears on page 151 of the book.

Keep an eye out for it! I feel very lucky to have been a part of a very cool project. It would make a great Christmas present to the comic book/Spider-Man fan in your life!