Panel from page 14 of Dante: The Inferno
Here is some phenomenal colour work by @joaquinpereyra8 over my lines for Dante: The Inferno #1. Written by @JacksonRahl
Does 3 hours count as a warm up? Either way, I’m ready to draw some pages!
First off, let me just say that throughout my somewhat short career (so far at least) as an artist, I’ve always used a Graphics tablet – and that tablet has always been a Wacom tablet. From the first small and medium Intuos 3’s I had, to the large Intuos 4, the Bamboo so I could use it on the go, eventually the regular Cintiq and more recently – ‘The Cintiq Companion’. The mother of tablets, the top of the Wacom food chain, I’m excited to say the least. It arrived – JUST 24 HOURS later, wow Wacom you’ve really outdone …
Work in Progress – Sneak preview of a few panels I’ve been working on for Dante: The Inferno #1 today…
I’m proud to say that my first book with Ellipsium Entertainment is now on Comixology! The first issue of many… Download link: http://cmxl.gy/1Fvcm6V
A few months ago, I was commissioned to work on a 5 page comic/storyboard project. This was ALOT of fun. I’ve been working on getting more organic and energetic lines into my artwork and this was the perfect arena to experiment!
Snapshot of some colour work I’ve been working on for an upcoming game available on iOS.
Sample artwork from a Monsterverse submission, written by Adam Cheal.
Issue #1 of Dante: The Inferno is in full swing as I approach the mid-point of the project. Here is a small preview of page 9.
Hang on to your seats folks, issue 2 of Autogenesis will be with you shortly. In the meantime, you can enjoy some of the final inked artwork! The creative decision to move from pencil art to inked art has recently been made, which has really defined the overall visual aesthetic of the book. Often in one-time projects, these elements are defined early and are set in stone. Whereas in an on-going, ever evolving series, these creative decisions can be re-visited to create an improved end product. You can check out the preview art from Autogenesis #2 at the publishers website: …
Autogenesis, from Stasis Comics, is the first book and creative collaboration of Amrit Birdi and Leonie Bostock. If you would like to know more, please click here to visit the official Stasis Comics website.