Sunday, October 7, 2007

WWE Sketchbook

Triple H, Kane, The Undertaker, Randy Orton and John Cena (took Kurt Angle out)

Saturday, September 29, 2007

Stone Cold sketch book

Here is a page (well a part of it any ways) from my sketch book. It's a caricature of Stone Cold Steve Austin. If I feel it in me to finish (or make better) I'll show the rest of the page someday containing a caricature of Rob Zombie.
Oh yeah, the left eye looks a tad odd because I pressed too hard on the pencil. Don't do that.

Friday, September 28, 2007

Skeletor movie concept (1 of many)

So with word of a new Masters of the Universe movie in talks, I decided to do some concept sketches.

Here is Skeletor.

Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Group Project

So it's been a week, and I have been asked to post more. Well this next piece was done back in April of 06. It's pretty much the last thing I scaned (probably the first I ever scaned) anyways...
We had a fan project over at where we took a select group of characters from the current 2002 Masters of the Universe toy line, and mimiced the Genndy Tartakovsky (Samurai Jack/Star Wars: Clone Wars) art style .
So the figure I chose to do was Man-E-Faces (Human...Robot...Monster!). If you ask me now why I chose him, I would probably lie and say "Because he looked easy to draw".
My assignemnt was to use this pose:
And this figure:

And come up with this picture:And the final product: Ric Nicholls put this project together, you can check out his AMAZING work over in my links section.
Well, time to go pack for comic con in Chicago :)
Love, J

Monday, July 30, 2007

First post and Venom!

So I finally decided to created an account here. After seeing some amazing stuff on here I figured what the hell.

So lets get on to it. Venom. I did this piece sometime back in the fall of 2002 for a friend. Todd McFarlane is a huge insperation to me, so to me the only "true" Venom was that from the McFarlane days.

Paper- I used 9x12 or larger sheet of Bristol board. Not sure if it was the smooth or what.

Ink- The black in the background was used using India Ink. As for the black on the figure, 100% home grown Sharpie along with some ball point pens that I can no longer find.

Colors- The blue highlights were done using... a blue highlighter (I use whatever looks good). As for the other colors, Crayola markers. Im a very cheap person, but if done right, who is going to question it?

Hope you all enjoyed this, I look forward to doing more and hearing from whoever reads these.

Love, J