Tag: blank sketch cover

441. Nine and Rose

Spent the day at Queen City Comic Con. Did this sketch for a young Doctor Who fan.

275. Captain America

275. Captain America

A commission done for DeMario Winston that he gave to a friend. You too can buy a commission for a friend or loved one! Do it! My first time drawing Sam Wilson, aka Falcon, as Captain America. What a needlessly complicated costume.

246. Deadpool

246. Deadpool

Hey, it’s Deadpool, again. Also, another commission! This one was purchased by my friend Shiloh and her husband Anthony. I had posted a photo of all the blank covers I own, and she asked for this one, but wanted Deadpool as a zombie. It was fun to do. Even painting over the printed parts of …

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034 – The Flash

Back cover to yesterday’s blank variant cover. Again, this will be up on eBay soon, unless perhaps you’d like to make an offer, Joe (or anyone). So y’know, yesterday’s relevant text here. Also, still, the new Flash TV show delights me. So does the original. That said – and I know I’ve mentioned this multiple …

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033 – Reverse Flash

I believe I’ve made my love of the blank variant covers publicly known. Seriously. I love them. The paper… oh lord, the paper. I’ve drawn two of these in as many weeks, and I think I’ve officially become addicted to drawing on them. Seriously. I’m jonesing for the next one. Unfortunately, I don’t have any …

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024 – Captain Carrot

Today, after a very long time, I have been Rejected by Covered. Covered was a comic cover recreation art blog that I visited almost every week and had contributed to, I think 4 times. During it’s run, the site’s curator would turn down some submissions. So my friend JB Sapienza and his friend Josh Blair …

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471. Gambit

If everything went to plan, I am currently in Fort Wayne, Indiana at the Appleseed Comic Con. I should be hanging out with my pals Jason Young, Brian John Mitchell and Kurt Dinse. About a month ago, Kurt sent me a package with two sketch variant covers. It was an unexpected surprise. They’re pretty awesome, …

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