Saturday, February 27, 2010

Because you asked for it...

I unusual 2 posts in one day (it's unusual for me to post twice in one month sometimes).
Anyway, someone, in one of the other posts, asked if I'd upload some Toad/Todd from  XME to my web-site and since that's more complicated I thought I'd post  a few images here.

Some more fan art...

...sort of.
I just read the TPB/Graphic novel (can never get those straight) of Battle Hymn by B. Clay Moore and Jeremy Haun. I couldn't recommend it more. It deals with a period I like quite a bit  - the Golden Age of Super Heroes. It' s kind of like the part in Watchmen where they deal with their past. Really great stuff! If you're interested and want to buy it just click on the link over there <<<< and, in case I never mentiuoned this before, anytime you click on anything on my web-site that takes you to Amazon I get a little kickback - so feel free to click away.

So here is another peice of Fan Art of one of the characters. The Artificial Man.

Thursday, February 11, 2010


Yep. Fanart. I consider almost everything I draw - unless I created it or designed it - to be some type of fanart. But this is fanart in the truest sense of the word. My good friend and colleague, Francesco Francavilla, has worked on some great comics and continues to inspire me (and he is also responsible for the design of my web-site and sketchbooks - he's quite multifaceted) has created a comic that you can follow on his Pulp Sunday blog called Kara Bocek (I've linked to the first page for you). It features a character called the Black Beetle. Several artists have already contributed fanart and I thought I would give it a go as well. This was fun and good practice - especially since I am working up the nerve to start doing some more in the way of comics.
I purposely left it without color because I know that Francesco enjoys coloring and he's a lot better at it then I am.
So head on over to his blog and enjoy yourselves. And don't foget to follow me on Twitter (if you're into that sort of thing) at s_e_gordon