The past lurks!
I've been finding a lot of these pages online. I'm sort of running these things as i find them, because I won't be posting any of the work I'm doing now until the book comes out in August. It's good to know that these original pages are out there and all still loved by somebody. I certainly loved them when they were on my desk.
This is from the issue I really felt things click on Ron - I'd figured it out! So, of course, it was the last issue I inked over Ron. I loved that book, Ron's a great artist and great guy and Mark Waid had a great grasp on what it takes to write on Cap.
Another Blast form the Past-
Saw this on Comicartfans - and it brought back good memories.
I was living in the East Village in NY in my 20's back then. Seems so long ago. I thought I would have more peace of mind by now, but the same anxieties and fears still linger.
I wonder where the zip I put on the last panel, on Doom's back, went?
I see John signed it, which means he saw it.
Preview for X-Men: Forever #20!
I did finishes on this upcoming book by Chris Claremont and Graham Nolan. Enjoy the preview here and pick up a copy at your Local Comic Shoppe.
The next project that I'm working on won't hit stands until August or September, so it will be awhile before I post that sort of stuff. i will say that I am very excited about the artwork that is coming up. I really enjoy pencilling and inking my own work and that's what I'll be doing for the next 4 months.
From long ago (but not soooo long ago)
..tooling around the net, I found this-
Goddamn, did I love working on that book. Stuart's just a fantastic artist.
I did a nice sketch this morning that I'm proud of - Cosmic Boy, for Matt, of the Legion of Substitute Podcasters. They put on a great podcast, if you're ever so inclined to listen to podcasts (I listen to podcasts obsessively), and they had a fantastic interview with Paul Levitz last month. I'm really looking forward to seeing what Levitz does with the Legion on his 3rd time around!
Preview for X-Men: Forever #19!
I took a quick job doing finishes over the great Graham Nolan on X-Men:Forever numbers 19 and 20. I always wanted to work on something the Chris Claremont wrote, and I'm happy I got the chance!