Category: Sketch-a-Day

043 – Catwoman

Need to draw more lady characters, need to get better.

042 – Original X-Men

Post-it sketch.

041 – Golden Age Starman

A redesign of the Golden Age Starman, based on my previous attempts at G.A. redesigns. But not as successful. I was kind of going for a mix of crazy mad scientist combined with the James Robinson Starman. Eh. Another one for the “retry later” pile.

040 – Wheeler of Oz

Over at Ok, PANIC! (the nifty artist collective of myself, Jason Young, Kurt Dinse and Jeff Potter [yeah, I left someone out]), we tackled The Wizard of Oz. I decided to do a mash-up of Oz & The X-Men (and I could have done so much more with it too, but I ran out of …

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039 – Robot

Just a robot. On a post-it.

038 – Skin Mask

Sort of a Batman-y Rogue that I thunk up all by myself, though I’m sure there are similar looking characters somewhere. I just wanted to draw a dude with most of his head skinned, except for a domino-esque mask of face. I like masks. Done on a post-it.

037 – Clark Kent

I tried to draw Clark Kent as kind of a schlub, in the style of a Frank Quitely from All-Star Superman. But Frank Quitely is a special kind of genius, and I am a special kind of failure.

036 – Diabolik and Eva

Tying in to today’s episode of my podcast, Gutter Trash, where we review Mario Bava’s 1968 adaptation of the Italian comic book, Danger: Diabolik.

035 – B’wana Beast

Fulfilling a request by my pal Joe G. The only thing I really know about B’wana Beast is from his appearance in Grant Morrison’s Animal Man comic, and appearing on a Batman: Brave and The Bold, the Justice League cartoon (which I Joe and I do a podcast about) and having more action figures than …

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034 – Daredevil vs. Daredevil

I have gone on at length about my love of Marvel Comics’ Daredevil before, so again, he’ll probably pop up once or twice throughout the next year. Decided to have a DD vs. DD faceoff with the Golden Age Daredevil (or Death Defying Devil, if you’re Alex Ross and Dynamite). I love the bizarreness in …

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