After my little break (pun intended) im back doing my T.L.I.I.D pictures and catching up with commissions
This weeks theme was "As the new year begins, I think of fresh starts, like perhaps a brand-new #1! So suggest lesser-known Marvel characters that you’d like to see be given the Marvel Now treatment and our artists will work up a cover of their first issue"
Copic commission by Neil Vokes and Tom Smith. Here is a one of a kind commission of a full Copic Gray 9" by 11" drawn by legendery comic book artist Neil Vokes and gray toned on a copy of art by DC & Marvel and Phantom Sunday artist Color artist Tom Smith also signed by Tom Smith
The Hatter is definitely one of Batman's lesser villains, but I think he can be pretty wicked when handle correctly. I've always thought of him as a bit of a child predator, possessing them by his signature mind control.
I think Tim Sale and Jeph Loeb handled him best in Haunted Knight.
i'm a little late in posting this but here's week 98 (99 to follow shortly) this week was Comic Book Characters and Star Trek Characters i went with Captain Kirk & Captain Mar-Vell (had to throw a little bit of Spock in there too) suggested by [link]
check out the awesome work of everybody else here: [link]
this weeks The Line It Is Drawn Challange, In honor of the late Tony DeZuniga, come up with ideas for drawings starring his most famous creation, Jonah Hex (which he created with writer John Albano), in some fashion
i went with Jonah Hex meets Sheriff Bart, the Waco Kid & Mongo (Blazing Saddles) suggested by [link]
didn't have time to colour it this week
check out the truly superb work everybody did this week [link]
Here's the black & white artwork I did for the the BATMAN: RACE AGAINST CRIME storybook. Inks on Batman and the Joker were done with a brush--a Kolinsky Red Sable Raphael #3. The clock in the background was inked with a Pitt Pen.