A commission for Harley Quinn and a Boy Wonder in peril.
5x7 inches, brushpen and marker.
A commission for the Young Justice version of Batgirl to give Black Canary a friendly ribbing for getting captured.
5x7 inches, brushpen and marker on cardstock.
Kevin (of Made of Fail Productions) is starting a new theatre company in the Chicago Illinois area and could use a hand!
You can check out the Kickstarter for more details here:
I may or may not have had something to do with some images related to this project. It’s not like I can see what my hands are up to even if I was paying attention (I’m not).
My dash has been nothing but Princeless (and nothing hurts!) lately, which has me wondering — What happened to that idea for a Princeless appreciation day? By which I mean the posting of fanart cosplay and related fannish things.
And for anyone not knowing what I’m talking about, Princeless is a story of a princess (Adrienne) locked in a tower who rescues herself and continues on with some new friends to save her sisters (and hopefully twin brother, as he isn’t any better off). It’s a fantastic all ages read, and if you like Adventure Time or Superhero Girl, Princeless has got something for you!
My first Damian (and Talia for that matter). I have been feeling like I haven’t been doing enough non-sketchcard pieces over the past few years (and especially lately), and this was a step towards correcting it.
5x7 ink and marker, on cardstock.
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Thought this one deserved a bump.
A preview from the webcomic I’m working on (Colt).
I love books, guys, a lot. If I could get away with it I’d just roll around on paper all day. Instead, I just surround myself with paper towers, and Sam (the little guy) is pretty much the same way.
He’s also the main feature in the short story I did for the Fearsome Fables anthology, which is also technically a Colt prequel. Check it out, and help out an awesome charity in the process!
This was a commission for Lois Lane I did while at Fanexpo in 2009.
With all the grossness surrounding Lois in comics and media lately I just feel the need to see more stuff like this on my tumblr. And also to go rewatch Lois & Clark.
Ink & Marker in a sketchbook.
Commissioned from C.K Russell
Auuugh how did I not know there was an H&J tumblr!
I did this for Gabi last Hal-Con, you guys all need to go check out her fantastic art & comics!
Star-Lord consketch, a commission.
5x7 inches, brushpen and markers with some paint.
Rocket Raccoon consketch, a commission.
5x7 inches, brushpen and marker.
Rosemary Wilkes, from the webcomic I’m working on (Colt).
Ink on paper and digital colors.
Caleb Bailey, from the webcomic I’m working on (Colt).The whole “how YOU doin’?” vibe not entirely intentional, but anything you do read into it is still probably accurate.
Ink on paper & digital colors.
Cassandra Cain, forever my Batgirl, who understood people about as well as I did at the time (as in, not at all) but what she could for the betterment of all anyway.
As much as I like kicking DC when it stumbles, it sure shaped the person I am today. So what has DC taught you? Positive or otherwise.
Image done in ink on paper, Sai and a bunch of photoshop brushes. I will get this digital coloring thing some day.
Original Rogue Sketch Card by C.K. Russell
One of the earliest sketchcards I’ve done!