Monday, May 25, 2009
Monday, May 18, 2009
Here's my cover variant for Wonder Woman 32 more info can be found here: DCU Blog Jeremy Roberts did an amazing job with his digital painting over my art, quite happy with the results you can view more of his art here: http://jprart.deviantart.com/
Saturday, May 16, 2009
Here is the solicitation:
ADVENTURE COMICS #1
Written by Geoff Johns
Covers by Francis Manapul
It's the return of one of DC Comics' longest running books and one of its greatest modern-day heroes – Conner Kent! In our first heroic issue, Superboy can't wait to jump back into his life – but which life will it be? With a clarity he's never had before, Conner makes a beeline for the greatest place on Earth...Smallville?
Plus, in the wake of FINAL CRISIS: LEGION OF THREE WORLDS, Starman heads off on an all-new mission in the present. And it's one that will not only impact Superboy, but the future of the DC Universe itself. Fortunately, the off-kilter Legionnaire won't be dong it alone! And in the upcoming months of ADVENTURE COMICS look for Lex Luthor! Brainiac! Lightning Lad! Superboy's pal Simple Simon! Sun Boy and Polar Boy! Ultra, the Multi Alien! Wonder Girl! Black Lantern Alexander Luthor! And many, many more new and familiar faces!
Retailers please note: This issue will ship with two covers. For every 10 copies of the Standard Edition (with a cover by Francis Manapul), retailers may order one copy of the Variant Edition (with a cover by Francis Manapul and renamed ADVENTURE COMICS #504). Please see the Previews Order Form for more information.
On sale August 12 • 40 pg, FC, $3.99 US
Friday, May 08, 2009
Agnes and I got the honor to draw the poster image for this years Joe Shuster Awards. It's a collaboration piece so it was drawn in separate parts which we put together afterwards. I'll post up the final image with her part in it once they release the image. For now this is one of the portions of the poster that I had done. We decided to go with the original designs for Superman to really achieve that retro feel since this image will be a poster within the poster. The background was inspired by Darwyn Cooke's original poster for the awards inaugural year.
Inks with a #2 Escoda brush. The washes were done with Reeves watercolor Ivory black. Colors done in photoshop. I scanned a page from my brown sketchbook and layered it under the image to create that textured look as well as grabbed some aged paper textures from [link] great site for free resources for things like this! I really wanted that old school feel to it so I went very minimal with the color rendering. Pretty happy with the end result. It kinda made me itchy to color more of my work in the future.