Tag: superheroes

Midnighter

Other than a Jenny Sparks, I can’t recall ever drawing any members of THE AUTHORITY. I enjoyed the hell out of this one. This was a patreon reward. You can get something like this on the regular if you join my page! ***I’m still here. ***My Art Store My Patreon Page Commission Info

Sgt. Fury

Celebrating the new holiday, Kirby Day, with a quick and dirty Nick Fury. Happy birthday, Jack “King” Kirby. ***I’m still here. ***My Art Store My Patreon Page Commission Info

Spidey

Working in advance for the brief Sketch-a-Day return and wanted to draw something simple, quick and familiar. 2 hours later… ***I’m still here. ***My Art Store My Patreon Page Commission Info

Legion of Super-Heroes vs. The Dark Judges

11×17 commission. Contact me for yours! *** I’m still here. *** My Art Store My Patreon Page Commission Info

Spider-Man

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1469. Golden Age Brave and The Bold

1,469! Up top, my brotha! So. This is it, this is the end of Sketch-a-Day version 3.0. Some numbers: S-a-D v1 started on February 1st, 2011. I did it for 1 year and 4 days. 369 days. S-a-D v2 started on February 1st, 2013 and ended on December 1st, 2014. Two months shy of the …

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1468. Ambush Bug

Margaret Cross was a big supporter of the Sketch-a-day in the early days of the 1st year I attempted it, and I’ll never forget that. I offered her a request, and she issued a challenge. Ambush Bug in a Mike Mignola-esque style. Accepted. Achieved? Nope. Now I’m just thinking about how Keith Giffen – creator …

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1467. Usagi Yojimbo

I wanted to try a “realistic” approach to Usagi here. So, this is heavily referenced from a picture of a bunny. This was requested by Ivan Martin. I don’t know him, but he has pretty much been the only person that keeps my artist page on Facebook afloat, and for that he deserves a request. …

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1466. Moon Knight

I’ve always been fond of Moon Knight. I am definitely not fond of the dissociative disorder that writers have been forcing on the character. It really does not make him more interesting. Oh well. This was requested by Chris Jones, whom I’ve known for a while. He is fond of saying that my work “rules …

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1465. Xemnu

Back before Marvel Comics became what we know today, they published a lot of monster and sci-fi comics. One of those had a monster called The Hulk. This was he. Eventually they made another character named The Hulk, and so when someone decided to use this character, they called him Xemnu. Neil Soblieski doesn’t exist …

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