Tag: illustration

646. Superman

My friend and I were talking about 90s superheroes last night, and pouched-up belted Superman came up. I remembered him wearing this costume at some point, drawn by Dan Jurgens, so I decided to draw it (it was in the DOOMSDAY: HUNTER/PREY mini). But his mullet was not on display in that series, which is …

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645. The Bat

I haven’t drawn Batman in quite a while. I needed a fix. My Art Store Commission Info

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My Art Store Commission Info

643. Dr. Druid

I saw Doctor Strange last night. It was good, not great. Just a slight bump up over perfectly average. The sequel set-up has a lot of potential to be really good. Mads Mikelsen is wasted as the villain. Rachel McAdams is almost as wasted here as she was in TRUE DETECTIVE. Blufferbone Coupieschifdt’s American accent …

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642. Fate

I’m going to see Doctor Strange tonight. My Art Store Commission Info

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Back to subpar, half-efforts! My Art Store Commission Info

640. Spooky Lady

640. Spooky Lady

Leftover inky horror, drawn for my friend (which might be a strong word) Natalie. In exchange I got two awesome pieces of handmade jewelry from her company, Natalie’s Dark Arts. Google it, check it out and buy something. So… this is one of those rare instances where I actually really like this drawing. I might …

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639. The Marquis

639. The Marquis

Happy Halloween! Happy end of Inktober! I have long wanted to draw Guy Davis’ The Marquis. Almost as long as I have been waiting for a new installment of his comic series. But Davis has seemingly left comics for movie and television design, which I’m sure pays more. But it doesn’t make Davis’ lack of …

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638. Xenomorph

638. Xenomorph

The one and only time I’ll probably ever draw the titular ALIEN from the film franchise of the same name. Nothing against it or the movies, this was just really time consuming. H.R. Giger (Hey Really Giger) was a mad genius with a lot of time to work on this stuff. I have to have …

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637. Joseph Merrick, the Elephant Man

My childhood was spent mostly indoors due to my allergies and asthma. So I watched a lot of movies on HBO. The two I probably watched the most were the 80s Flash Gordon movie, and David Lynch’s The Elephant Man. So, that’s how my brain was formed. I’ve been endlessly fascinated by Joseph Merrick’s story …

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