ghosttthead asked: Damn, your Traci Lord drawing is just perfect !!!!
Gillott 303 steel nib practise, with some brushwork and digital colours.
It’s the strangest thing - I look away for just a bit and suddenly I have 2145 followers. Thank you all.
Here’s today’s warm up; Gillott 303 nib and brush, with digital semi-colour.
Heh. I’ll put it up on my site at least, when I find the time to letter and colour what’s left.
pushedbyboredom asked: I can totally see you working on a graphic novel with someone like Alan Moore. If asked to do so, would you do it?
Absolutely, there are some people I’d work with regardless of story or subject matter, trusting their intellect and mindset completely.
The mini series I’m working on is written by one of these people…
frikkeninthekitchen asked: Please tell me you have comics or plan to!?!?
I’m doing a mini series for one of the US publishers and covers for another on the side from my normal work. Will definitely do more comics stuff when time permits.
auto-spiral asked: I also think your work is amazing. Do you think I can be as skilled as you when I grow up? :)
Absolutely, I taught myself by constantly drawing, observing and obsessing. All it takes is time, determination and controlled mania (or discipline, it just sounds less cool).
The late Bernie Fuchs’ story is incredibly inspirational - I wish I’d heard of him when I laid down my pen for a few years… Check him and his outstanding stuff out.
xsweettreatx asked: Your work is incredible. Do you take commissions?
Yes, sometimes I do, depending a bit on the request and time available.
sashathefrustratinglamp asked: Your style is rad as heck.
totalnerdalert asked: Hey there, great work! The illustration you just posted with that girl on the large tire. Was that inspired by something? I vaguely recall an 80s toon that had these huge tire vehicles and I can't for the remember the name of it. Do you know? Thx!
Thanks a lot! It’s actually pretty old but no, wasn’t inspired by anything in particular, just aimless doodling turned into that.
But as far as 80’s cartoons and wheels go - Jayce & The Wheel Warriors maybe?