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.
Reading changes the world. It’s so easily forgotten and taken for granted that there just are no words, so I made a comic.
Comics featured here:
Saga (Brian K Vaughn & Fiona Staples - who is so incredibly skilled it’s still easy to follow along if you can’t read the words [sorry Mr. Vaughn])
Teen Titans (Scott Lobdell & Brett Booth - which I maintain is the most cracktasitcally entertaining Elseworlds fanfic to ever fanfic as long as you don’t read the words)
Nightwing (Kyle Higgins & Eddy Barrows - who know their audience, deliver like champs, and taught those guys making Gambit at Marvel how this stuff is done)
Batgirl (Gail Simone & Ardian Syaf - who brought me to relearn just how fun reading comics is as a group activity [it is really fun])
Friends with Boys (Faith Erin Hicks - who is currently serializing her latest book written by Prudence Shen, Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong, online and you should all be reading & preordering to support fantastic people and show publishers this format is AMAZING so I can see more comics in a format I can easily zoom in 2000% if I need to [not that I do here because Faith’s work is even MORE AMAZING])
The whole thing done in photoshop.
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.
Mystique & Rogue, a really old piece that I finally finished up.
8x11 ink marker and paint. I’m trying to do more larger pieces since it is far easier on my eyes, if you’d like to help me out with this shoot me an idea or hit me up for a commission, details are on this page.
The first piece of “fanart” I ever drew, in 1998 for a school assignment. We were asked to make a bookmark based on a book we’d read, and I had just finished the Generation X novel by Scott Lobdell & Eliott S! Maggin (an excellent read to this day).
Y’know, in case you needed more proof that it’s a $diety given talent that a person can draw well, and not buttloads of work, sweat, dead trees and marker fumes. This seems to be a debate in places I frequent, lately.
What was your first? I showed you mine!
Black Widow as a Magical Girl. I expect she’s got a piroette move that she uses to cut you up with her garrotte wire. It would include sparkles.
I can’t take full credit for this, It’s all Lilbit’s fault.
Photoshop all the way.
A commission for Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.
A pair of sketchcards, 2.5x3.5 inches each, ink and marker.
Jason Todd, having what would likely be an engaging conversation with his mask.
Sketchcard, 2.5x3.5 inches, ink & marker.
I wrote this comic forever ago, but lately there’s been a lot of crap on my radar about how girls shouldn’t or can’t do blahblahblah lately and to be quite honest it has gone beyond ridiculous and into jumping sharks.
Go cosplay, go make comics, for the love of $diety go make games. Just don’t forget that whenever somebody says that you can’t do something - particularly if it’s out of a gender norm - IF YOU DON’T DO IT, THEY WIN. DON’T LET THEM WIN.
Comic made in Photoshop, all the way.