Hi folks! Long time no blogging! This whole month has been unfortunately busy for me due to MidTerms taking up my freetime-- as well as three more midterms underway. In the meantime, I would like to share with you some extra Comic Con art that I drew for my portfolio when I was preparing for Sunday's big event.
This has to be the third Hellboy drawing I've ever done. I really love the improvements here which are much better than the first two that I've drawn. The inking style really stands out.
I really like this concept. I drew this sort of as a love letter to Elmo, From Sesame Street, who was at Comic Con at the Variant stage. I never got the chance to meet Kevin Clash, so unfortunately, I never got to show him. ;)
Another retake of another favorite drawing I've done. I really loved the first time I drew Rorschach Gizmo last year, that I really wanted to preserve the idea and keep it in my portfolio, so I can demonstrate my inking ability.
Fundamentalist meets Trick O Treaters
This is actually for an upcoming Halloween issue, for an article that's being written by my friend, Brittany Wethrill. I decided for this to imitate some Tim Burton art, with a dash of Tex Avery. ;)
Justin 'Hawkeye' Casey
Yes, Flying House fans-- another crossover between the Avengers and Flying House. Once again, all apart of my Superbook/Flying House meets Avengers fan art idea I've been dabbling with. I figured Justin and Angie would make a great pair for my portfolio.
And of course, I can't forget my early Disney Afternoon roots with shows like Darkwing Duck. After all, because James Silvani was gonna be there, I wanted to show him my Negaduck drawing. Unfortunately, he never had the chance to look at it because he was extremely busy at that moment. But he was extremely nice at the booth when I recapped with him. :)
Anyway, that's all I have to share. I hope to go more into detail on Comic Con as soon as the Midterms clear up.
Being that this is the month of Halloween, I decided to celebrate this month through the art of Tim Burton. Throughout the month, I'm challenging myself through drawing Tim Burton art, as seen from my roommate's 'Nightmare Before Christmas' film/production art book he loaned me.