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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.

Friday, April 30, 2010

Never Let Him Down Again

Superman and Dad. Sketch cards for Blue Line Pro's Comics for Cures.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Hammer pummels Horrible

And these... are not the hammer.

Odd. This one scanned a little washed out. Looks like both characters haven't seen the sun in ages.

Captain Hammer sketch card. More of these Dr. Horrible themed cards to follow for Blue Line Pro's Comics for Cures Cancer Charity Auction (that's a long title).

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Walking in Luke's Shoes

Some Star Wars sketch cards. More to follow next week.

As much as I love all things Star Wars, I rarely have the chance to draw stuff from that universe. When I was a wee lad, it was ALL I drew... ALL the time.

Now, I have a couple of projects coming up that actually calls for Star Wars art, so I get to release some of that pent up 10 year old fascination.

Just Can't Get Enough Sketch Cards

More, more, more...

Breygent Golden Age of Comics series.

Look for cards of mine in their upcoming set, and later this week I'll be posting the rest of my Blue Line Pro Cancer charity cards.

Friday, April 16, 2010

Enjoy the Sketch Cards

More sketch cards finished from Breygent's Golden Age of Comics series. I don't know if I'll post all of the ones I did up here, but I'll get most of them. While these have been a blast to draw, they all needed to be full color, so the pencils and plotting was a little time consuming. I'm glad these have shipped out.

Working on a big 11" x 17" charity piece now. Hopefully that will be inked and colored by next week, so I can show it.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Reach Out and Touch Sketch Cards

More scans from the Breygent Golden Age of Comics sketch card project. You can learn more about the set over here:

I'll be filtering out some more of these cards to show over the next few weeks. These Golden Age characters have been fun to research and draw.

Friday, April 02, 2010

Let's Play Master and Sketch cards...

More Breygent sketch cards for their collection. Miss Victory and Tygra.

Tygra was interesting, because this character (essentially a female Tarzan of sorts) pops up in many forms in these Golden Age comics. Simply change the hair color and Tygra could be Jungle Lil, Princess Pantha, or a number of others. Seems in the 40s, us men may have had a thing for crazy, jungle fighting women.