I’ve been inspired lately by Scottie Young, artist on Marvel’s Wizard of Oz and other titles. I really enjoy the sketchy look of his artwork and the motion his characters seem to have. I can understand getting that look with penciling, but he maintains it during the inking stage, too. So, I’ve sketched out a few poses of Ramone Cologne trying to get that loose feeling while showing more motion in Ramone’s poses.
Flashback to Ramone Cologne, Issue 1.
A very skunky Christmas.
First finger sketch on Sketchbook Pro on the Kindle Fire.
I had to get involved in the Dr. Who Fanart Giveaway! Here’s Amy, Rory, and the Doctor in their other versions as Prisoner Zero Hamster, Roary, and the Devil Doctor with Sonic Pitchfork!
Not a masterpiece by any means, but I couldn’t wait to do some finger painting on the Kindle Fire, via Sketchbook Pro, so I busted out this quick painting with Ramone. I can’t wait to get a stylus and start doing more advanced artwork on here! I’m hoping to do a complete book using the Kindle Fire as my only device.
Kindle Fire is a great device and Tumblr looks awesome on it!
A preview panel from the new Skunklock Holmes Ramone Cologne comic book.
Drawing of Benjamin J. Grimm by Super Genius Time Traveler Danny Limor. One of my favorite parts of the most recent con I attended was watching this guy create mini masterpieces in record time with…crayon! It was an impressive demonstration.
New fan colors his copy of Vertically Challenged Captain America.