Here's a quick sneak peek at a variant cover I did for Top Cow's WITCHBLADE comic, written by my long-time friend Ron Marz. It's one of their convention variant covers, this time for the upcoming Albany Comic-Con.
Charlie Kirchoff, who's been doing an amazing job on my pages for the DOCTOR WHO ongoing story arc I'm currently working on, stepped in to do the colors for this.
Can't show you the whole thing. You're just gonna' have to go to the show and pick one up for yourself.
And on a personal note, this is my first piece for Top Cow, which means I have now worked for every major American comic book publisher.
Just saying. Kind of a milestone for me.
Monday, September 21, 2009
Friday, September 11, 2009
And here's a look at my penciled and inked variant cover for DOCTOR WHO #5. It won't be truly finished until Charlie Kirchoff does his coloring magic with it, which I'll try and post once I see it. I really like what Charlie's been doing with the colors on the book and the reviews for our first issue (#3) have been pretty positive so far -- which I chalk up to Tony Lee's excellent script and Charlie's great coloring -- so hopefully we'll get a chance to do another arc at some point.
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Here's a sneak peak at the thumbnail design of my cover for Doctor Who #5. The amazing Paul Grist is doing the main covers for all the issues of my story arc, but IDW asked me to do a variant cover for each of them. The hard part is coming up with something that can compete with Paul's covers. Haven't even gotten close yet, but I keep trying.
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
The first issue of my story arc in the new DOCTOR WHO Ongoing series hits shelves today, with a script by Tony Lee, art by myself, and colors by Charlie Kirchoff. I did a variant cover (see above), and the regular cover is by one of my artistic heroes, Mr. Paul Grist.