003 – Black Panther and Wildcat


Black Panther is the very first drawing posted on this blog (back when it was at blogspot). I figured it fitting to have a new B.P. sketch early on in this experiment. Added in Wildcat for kicks.

002 – Groundhog Day


Happy Groundhog Day.

001 – Golden Age Brave and the Bold


And awaaaaaaay we go!

With modern DC continuity, The Golden Age Flash and Green Lantern have sorta become the Superman/Batman of the G.A. I wanted to tackle a redesign of these two. Completely inspired by Tony Harris’ JSA: Liberty Files series, with a bit of Lee Bermejo for flavor.

I’ve also been trying to experiment with zip-a-tone patterns in Photoshop, so here’s the color version with zip.

And here’s the black and white version.

Day One, in the books! Starting off strong, it’s all downhill from here!

Ok, PANIC!: Golden Age Heroes


I love the Justice Society, and I wanted to play around with their costume designs, particularly Green Lantern. His original costume is so… anti-Green Lantern.

Sketch-a-Day


So, over the summer I got super busy and had a nervous breakdown. I promised that I’d start updating the blog with new art in 2011 on a more regular basis. I’m announcing for everyone now that I have ensured my next nervous breakdown:

I will be posting a new sketch/drawing every day of this year.

Starting on February 1st, 2011, I will post a sketch or drawing for (what I intend) the next 365 days.

I have a list of requests I still need to get through, plus all the stuff I’ve been working on in secret for the past six months or so, and I’m also still taking new requests to cut down on the thought I need to put into this project.

I have set up some ground rules for myself:

    1) I will spend a minimum of 10 minutes on any sketch or drawing posted.
    2) There will at least one color piece a week.
    3) Do it!

So, if you have any requests, or need to remind me of unfulfilled requests, please post ’em here!

Covered: X-Force #1


I did another Covered recreation. My thinking for this was “Anti-Rob Liefeld”.

Ok, PANIC!: Star Wars


Back when I did not give a whit about a Star War.

repaneled: Mister Miracle #12


I contributed this re-drawing of a Jack Kirby/Mike Royer panel from Mister Miracle #12 to the repaneled blog. Go check out the rest of the blog!

I’m pretty proud of the villain twisting the phone cord around his finger.

Ok, PANIC!: Winter


What’s more wintery than Captain Cold vs. Iceman? One of my first times experimenting with color holds?

Ok, PANIC!: The Room


Fake Criterion DVD cover for one of the worst movies ever made. Proud of this one. Nice to flex design muscles.