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Sketch – AIR#55

December 29th, 2008 by

Here’s a sketch for the next Adventures in Retail comic. This will be #55. It’s been a long time, but I’ve been planning. Sketching. Scheming. It seems the longer I take between installments the better my work looks. Or is it just me? Click the image to see bigger.

adventures in retail 55 sketch

More Hitler

August 12th, 2008 by

I have so many ideas for random comics. This one involves Hitler. I got Hitler ideas coming out my ears. Here’s part of a panel for a comic about Hitler and Eva getting ready for bed. Enjoy.

More sketches

August 11th, 2008 by

Gotta go to bed, didn’t get too much done. Got home late and had to unwind with some Diablo2. Here’s what I drew in the past 45 min – 1 hour. More of Olga from photo reference and Jesus from no real reference.

A Jesus update

August 10th, 2008 by

This comic is taking me FOREVER to finish! I worked at least 4 hours today on this and i have about 4 panels inked. Also, that doesn’t include any backgrounds, either. Here is a preview of some “inked” panels. I haven’t used any real ink on this at all yet. All on the cintiq.  According to the references from that time period, i.e. paintings from hundreds of years later, everyone wore beards.


August 9th, 2008 by

I haven’t upgraded wordpress yet, so I’m going to do that as soon as this is finished. Here are some more studies, I guess, of nudes. The references I used are of a model named Olga and she’s so scrawny you can see pretty much all her bones and muscles. It really helps as the models I had in school had no definition to their muscles at all and it was really hard to see what was where. You can see all kinds of stuff on Olga’s arms and the backs of her legs that you can’t see as easily on most others. Anyway, here they are.

Olga from Hegre Olga from Hegre Olga from Hegre


August 7th, 2008 by

It’s late, didn’t get home till too late to do any real drawing. So, here’s a quickie of a guy sockin’ a nun.

Naked Ladies OMG!

August 6th, 2008 by

Day 2 of actually drawing on the cintiq, and it’s even more fun. Why, you ask? In a sketchpad, or on any piece of paper, eventually you make a bad decision and place a drawing badly and ruin any extra space you may have had. Not so anymore! Just zoom in until the free space fills the entire screen and you still have an entire blank page to sketch on! That’s why one or two of the women on this practice piece is made of thinner lines than the others. For these references, I used the (beware: nudity!)Beauty of the Day archive on DOMAI. I’m out of practice, so I’m sure these drawings aren’t as good as they could be, but I’ll get there!

DOMAI ladies


August 5th, 2008 by

As I just got the coolest digital drawing tool in the free world, here are some doodles. Think I finally have a good face for Jesus, too, for a project that has been in the works for a long time. I like the idea of a jesus that’s “with it” just enough to use some swears.

Jesus and some random doodles

Here’s some panels from a comic I am working on.  Just a one shot, 5 or 6 panels at the most.  They may or may not ruin the joke(?), but I don’t care, wanted to show it off as I haven’t done anything in ages.

jesus glaring

Fábrica de Heróis

May 10th, 2008 by

Fábrica de Heróis

Using the little flash app at the bottom of that page, I made Ultra Hitler. I even made him a snazzy logo.

Hitler- faster stronger

Ultra Hitler loves lookin good

After his right hand betrayed him and attempted to shoot him with his own gun, he had it removed and replaced with an atomic-powered hand created by Ernst Heinkel. Heinkel was working on nuclear powered robots when not researching propulsion for the Luftwaffe and Adolf liked where the future was heading. The atomic power source for the hand is contained in the pack on his back, which, through the miracle of radiation, has caused him to retain his youthful good looks and gain immense strength. He’s still a fan of khaki, but can you blame him when it looks so good? We look forward to seeing him fulfill his potential.

Mall Employees

June 14th, 2007 by

Haven’t posted anything for a couple days because I haven’t even been home at a decent hour. Been looking at places to live. Also haven’t produced anything at work too good lately either. EXCEPT TODAY! But you’ll have to wait a bit to see it. Brought my Burne Hogarth book to work and tried to make my sketches for the next AIR comic more dynamical. It looks better. Enjoy this for now and leave me some comments. Be constructive.

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