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Cover art for Silent Hill #3

Cover art for Silent Hill #3

Featured in a massive gallery of amazing pieces based on Sega’s flagship titles, appearing in Archie Comics’ Sonic Super Special #12. In stores as of today!

Featured in a massive gallery of amazing pieces based on Sega’s flagship titles, appearing in Archie Comics’ Sonic Super Special #12. In stores as of today!

Star-Lord, Groot and Rocket. Quick and dirty.

Slimer with a Proton Pack. Tell me you wouldn’t want to see this shit go down. Scribbled out quickly while waiting for the scanner…

Slimer with a Proton Pack. Tell me you wouldn’t want to see this shit go down. Scribbled out quickly while waiting for the scanner…

LEARNING UNDER PRESSUREI’m about to wrap up a 20 page comic I penciled and inked in under two weeks. I’m exhausted in every possible sense, but the book is back on schedule, and I learnt a few new tricks I’ll be carrying over into any books I do in the future. I’ve kinda figured that for me to do a page to absolute perfection (and I’m an absolute perfectionist — something that doesn’t go hand in hand with work-for-hire gigs on licensed properties…) I need at least a day and a half, depending on the script. For this project particularly, a day and a half. Ideally two, and I think the same would go for colourists. Good colourists can probably chew up and spit out a great looking page in no time, but I think to really get an absolutely perfect page of art out of me (and whoever happens to be colouring it) you need at least a handful of days per page. Unfortunately, this is a comfort not even some creator owned books offer these days, which is a shame. OVerall, I’m pretty happy with the pages. I think a lot of them are on par with the best pages of the previous issue, and I have to thank Mike Spicer for being a rad dude.

LEARNING UNDER PRESSURE

I’m about to wrap up a 20 page comic I penciled and inked in under two weeks. I’m exhausted in every possible sense, but the book is back on schedule, and I learnt a few new tricks I’ll be carrying over into any books I do in the future. I’ve kinda figured that for me to do a page to absolute perfection (and I’m an absolute perfectionist — something that doesn’t go hand in hand with work-for-hire gigs on licensed properties…) I need at least a day and a half, depending on 
the script. For this project particularly, a day and a half. Ideally two, and I think the same would go for colourists. Good colourists can probably chew up and spit out a great looking page in no time, but I think to really get an absolutely perfect page of art out of me (and whoever happens to be colouring it) you need at least a handful of days per page. Unfortunately, this is a comfort not even some creator owned books offer these days, which is a shame. OVerall, I’m pretty happy with the pages. I think a lot of them are on par with the best pages of the previous issue, and I have to thank Mike Spicer for being a rad dude.

Wonder Woman commission

Wonder Woman commission

Cover bonanza! Silent Hill #4 and Ghostbusters/TMNT #2!

Back in my day, we didn’t gobble dumb shit up like this. #kidsmovies

Back in my day, we didn’t gobble dumb shit up like this. #kidsmovies

It finally arrived! Work jams for today! #vinyl

It finally arrived! Work jams for today! #vinyl