Had a few days between projects, so i decided to draw something just for fun. BEHOLD, Many many many Iron men! Versus the HULK. Also, i prefer to draw the Hulk without hair. Just makes sense to me for some reason.
I recently did a signing with Bobby Curnow at San Diego Comic Con, he’s the writer for Battle Beasts (Incredible adventures, every step!) for IDW, and i did TWO variant covers for them! Hope you like them!
And for the mighty mega fans of BattleBeasts (of which i am one, i still have 3 of those toys) here are my designs i did for when they were seeking artists. They are much more similar to the original look.
Hope you like them! Go buy the comic! Battlebeasts #1 from IDW.
This past week, i went to Puerto Rico, for its amazing comic convention! If you’re an artist or a professional, i totally encourage you to check it out. It’s a new convention that totally deserves support. The comic-fans there are super nice and friendly, and I really enjoyed the show. One of the prints i sold was this Capt. America drawing:
I think it’s a cool drawing, but there’s a few things about it, that after some time has bothered me a lot about it. So i decided to GEORGE LUCAS it, and i drew up some new drawings and this is the final result!
I realized that i didn’t really have a clear image of this up online, where you can really dig in and see the characters. So here ya go! Hello, if you’ve come from io9.
I frequently think of superheroes, in their own little private universe in my head, in my own particular way. The way Superman talks, the way Batman thinks, and occasionally I like to draw my interpretations of them. One of my favorite pieces of mine, is the Batman is a Hoarder, mostly because it’s the most clear representation of everything i love about Batman. He’s lonely, obsessive, and a bit crazy, but he is more importantly noble and determined. So i decided to make a sister piece for the Hoarder drawing. It is sort of a thank you for Batman, a thank you to Batman, and a thank you to my friends and family this year for the constant love and support. Anywho, enough babbling, here’s the drawing:
TRAGEDY! What happens when everything that can go wrong, does go wrong? The Justice League is eradicated, but one hero is left standing. And it only takes one hero to do the right thing, to fight to the last moment, that hero is BATMAN.
Salvaging what he can from the destruction, Batman only has a few more hours before the Universe is destroyed. He only has one last night, to be a knight in shining armor.
The Ninth Doctor was the hardest to draw. But K-9 was the most fun, and i like the Adipose as minifig a lot. This would be a cool theme for Lego to make.
Tell me what you find!