DC Comics Licensing Cover Project Green Lantern 52

While searching for something on the net I came across this mug with art I did for DC Comics Licensing. I've mentioned before that I was one of a handful of artists that were working on digitally recreating comic covers in a vector format. My favorites were the Golden Age and Silver Age covers. 

The art used here (on the right) was my "try-out" job. I was given a scan of the cover and recreated it in Adobe Illustrator, both line art and color. Some logos had been done before and I reused them, but the lettering had to be done as new. And in some cases that meant outlining every letter. Below is a scan of the original cover image...

And below is the full size image for comparison...

Interview with Mischief

I was recently interviewed by the nice people who created the digital drawing application Mischief. I use this application everyday and find it to be an incredible part of my work flow. You can read the interview and discover Mischief by clicking the link below...

Mischief Blog

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HeroesCon 2014 - Extra Innings

Here are a few pieces I did at the show. I am terrible about remembering to take pictures of pieces so if you got something from me, please send me a scan or photo. I would like to share it here.

First up is Wonder Woman for Pat. He also commissioned Joe Pekar to do a Wonder Woman at the same time and allowed us to choose the version we wanted to draw.

Ink on 11" x 17" bristol board

Next up Hawkeye. Shane was getting this for someone else as a gift. (Updated image sent by Shane to replace my poor photograph of the art. Thanks Shane!)

Ink on 11" x 17" bristol board

This next one was a tough one. Jeff was getting this for someone who couldn't attend the show. The request was for the artist to illustrate his/her favorite scene from a movie. I love THE FIFTH ELEMENT so that movie was my choice and the "Mul-ti-pass" scene is one of my faves. Tough to do likeness at a show.

Ink and Copic Markers in sketchbok

There are others I did but like I mentioned before, no pics. Sunday was quiet at the show I so started doodling The Flash. Then ended up painting him as well. I still have him and will probably put him up for sale.

Col-Erase pencil on 11' x 17" bristol board

Col-Erase pencil and acrylic on 11' x 17" bristol board

Lastly, a picture taken by Shane as I worked on another piece for him. And that is Joe Pekar behind me.