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  1. Let me slide in here and take a big ole image dump. From Titans #38 From Booster Gold #47 From Action Comics #529 These were the final issues of each of these books before the relaunch. Kind of bittersweet.
  2. I'll have to get caught up with posting some more of my interior work here in the near future. Things have been pretty hectic and I have to be sure of what I'm allowed to post and what I have to hold off on. More is coming though!
  3. I've been looking to expand my artistic wings a bit and learn some new skills, so while my penciling isn't where I would like it to be yet, I thought I'd try my hand and inking. This is my first attempt. The speed lines were kicking my a$$ since I don't have a T-square yet and my straight edge apparently wasn't exactly straight. LOL This was done digitally in Photoshop with nothing but the standard hard round brush. Anyone having any tips on a better brush set for inking though, please let me know as I'd like to experiment a lot more with this. Pencils done by Eddy Barrows The hi-res inks can be found at my Deviant Art page: http://thebdc.deviantart.com/art/Superboy-Inks-252954565? Comments and critiques are greatly appreciated. And here is a side by side for comparison.
  4. The brown and tan is my favorite. It's what I grew up with when I was a kid, and the blue and yellow one always seems off to me because of it. Cory always kind of reminds me of Rick Leonardi crossed with a little Eric Larson. I believe he makes his money as an inker predominately, but he's definitely got a killer style.
  5. Cory Hamscher posted this little gem and I wasted no time in asking him for a hi-res copy so I could color it. I loved the lines and the fierceness of it. Cory is a bad-ass! C&C's are always encouraged. Lines by Cory Hamscher
  6. A couple of Wolverine pics I was commissioned to color. Art by John Byrne Colors by me.
  7. Thanks, Mike. Of all the Pirates pages I did, these were by far my favorite. Speaking of.... Can't get enough Pirates! Arrrr!!! This was from a story titled The Last Shanghai Lines by Andy Kuhn Colors by me for Hi-Fi
  8. Well, it looks like Disney put the kibosh on this project. This was to have been part of a Pirates of the Caribbean anthology to be released along with the latest film. As far as I know, we had it completed in time, so I'm not sure why it didn't come out. From what I could find on the internet about the book, Disney scrapped the project, and may have released a couple of the stories in different books. Oh well. This was from the Young Jack Sparrow story. Art by (I think!) Jean-Paul Orpinas Colors by me for Hi-Fi Studios
  9. A page from the Titans Annual. On sale now! Art by Cliff Richards Colors by me for Hi-Fi Studios
  10. A page from Titans #37. On sale now! Art by Fabrizio Fiorentino Colors by me for Hi-Fi Studios
  11. True Blood Tainted Love #6 is in stores now! C&C's always appreciated. Art by Joe Corroney Colors by me for Hi-Fi Studios
  12. I did some more work on this one with all of the feedback I received in mind. I think this image works much better.
  13. Colored this little beauty for the back cover of the Sniper and Rook trade paperback coming out from Beta 3 Comics. I was originally just supposed to color Sniper and Rook and a bit of the background, but since Battle of the Planets was my favorite cartoon as a kid, I couldn't pass up doing the whole thing. Of course, I probably should have colored the background and stuff on a different layer, but I wasn't thinking that day so I colored the image as is, and then went back and removed all of the Gatchaman characters and drew in the missing background afterwards. *sigh* C&C's always welcome! Pencils by Jonathan Sukarangsan Inks by Gary Mitchell
  14. Colors for a print from my Fallen Justice running mate, Harold Edge. Harold will have this available in Chicago, so if you're in that area for the con, stop by and pick one up! Comments and critiques highly encouraged.
  15. Thanks, guys. I've been working hard to refine my style. Glad it's finally paying off. In the next few months, I'm hoping to have my first full book coming out from Marvel. Just have to get the artist off his duff to send me some more pages.
  16. Wow, I haven't posted here in nearly three years. I guess that's long enough. What have I been up to you ask? (or maybe not...) Well, I'm currently a colorist for Hi-Fi Studios (when I'm not busy helping to put the Space Shuttle into space) and have been sinking my teeth into a plethora of new work. I am available to do commission work, so if you have something that needs to be professionally colored, or know anyone who does, let me know and we can work out the details. Here are some samples of my recent work. I'll try to do a better job of updating this thread as I go along.
  17. Haven't posted anything in a little while so here it goes. Here are three pages from Fallen Justice #5 Lines by Harold Edge And this is the cover to an upcoming Mysterious Visions Anthology, featuring Totem Lines by Harold Edge
  18. Here is the final version of the Fallen Justice #5 cover.
  19. This is the 1st part of the cover to Fallen Justice #5. I plan on working the second part this weekend. The final image will be that of a shattered picture laying on a table. Anger management. :shake: I'll post the final image in here once it's finished. In the mean time, tell me what you think. Art by Harold Edge
  20. Your monitor must be like my 2nd monitor. Much too bright. =) I noticed that on my Cintiq and my monitor at my day job, it's just the way I intended it, with Batman's outline being barely noticeable. But, on my 2nd monitor he stands out like a sore thumb. The important thing (I guess) is that when it prints it comes out the way I wanted.
  21. The Dark Knight was without a doubt the best movie I've seen in years (if not ever), so when I saw this Joker drawing over on DA, I just had to color it. What do you think? Pencils by Jose Jaro http://lazeedog.deviantart.com/ Colors by Ross Hughes
  22. It's been a while since I've posted anything, so I thought I'd drop in some recent Fallen Justice pages that I've been working on. These are from issue #4. Lines by Harold Edge