Alfonso, of Studio Comix Press,
had printed out some really old public domain comics
and thought it might be fun to redo the covers.
He was right.
Here’s the original:
and here’s my version:
Here’s another one:
and my take on it:
Okay, that’s enough of that…
back to work.
CB sent me this piece that Dave did back in 2010:
I couldn’t really add any more to the back ground, so I came up with this:
I still have to colour it. That may take a while.
I have a bunch of things I want to colour at the same time and I have to finish a few first.
Here’s a portrait of Jeff’s sister’s doggies:
And a fun one for David:
Okay… NOW what’s next?
Here is a drawing by Geoff Darrow that Benno wanted me to add a background to:
Here are my pencils:
My inks on the background:
And then I added some shading to the figures:
…okay… what’s next?
Studio Comix Press celebrated their first year
at their location in Frederick St. Mall in Kitchener:
We were there for the cake.
Alfonso (pictured above handing out cake)
had done this drawing for me to add a background:
Here’s my rough ‘sketch’:
…and the finished inks:
Congratulations and Happy Anniversary to everyone at Studio Comix!
Clint asked me to do another illustration for his Fiddler’s Green Peculiar Parish Magazine.
Here’s the pencil version:
…and the inked version:
I’ll post order info when we get nearer to publication.
I haven’t been able to get much drawing done lately.
Here’s one I did a little while ago:
I better get back at it…
… gotta go!
Here’s the best thing about going to all of these conventions:
Meeting fans of the book.
For example, here’s Jon:
He drove from Orlando to Tampa Bay to come to the show.
Here’s the sketch I did for him:
And here is Jon’s wall:
He had scanned the cover of ‘Flight’, printed it out in large banner-type strips
and wall-papered a 4 foot by 7 foot section of a room in his house.
I mean… how frickin’ cool is that?
This is our last show for the year:
Since it’s being held during the first weekend of Oktoberfest,
I’ll be sporting this t-shirt: