Superman VS Darkseid. Warm up sketch.
Hey Ryan ! How tall is Former Regent Thragg ? ... im Joking ... Does Robert put a limit for you about the gore in your drawing ? or you¨re free to make whatever you want ... of course allways following the script .. thanks for bringing us this awesome comic every month along with Robert. PD: im sorry if my english is bad its not my native lenguage.... Greetings from Venezuela.
No limits! I go as crazy with gore as I want. And I want it intense because it shows how powerful these superheroes are, comics of my childhood couldn’t show that. And it frustrated me. A regular human fight can get pretty violent and crazy. A superhero fight would definitely be considerably worse to behold.
Superman VS Invincible. Believe it!
If Robert asked would you ever leave invincible and draw the walking dead? Your amount of detail would be sick on TWD.
Yes I would. Being a millionaire sounds like a lot of fun.
hello! I am doing a project for school and would be rally grateful if you could answer this question: When you make a comic, how do you do to create a nice flow/bring life to it? thank you :)
You mean Dynamism? I guess that just takes watching how others did it, learn what they did, and do it in your own way. Tweak it to the point where you feel life from it. Knowing anatomy and how to move it around is essential, exaggerating any punches or whatever you want to get across. Don’t know if that answers your question, it’s a hard one to explain!
I've been paying attention to your frequent responses on here and was wondering if there was any way I could possibly purchase a commission mailed from you or at least get put on a waiting list for one since I'm all the way down here in Texas missing out on the conventions across the country that you've popped up at. Haven't asked an artist for anything like this before and have actually been a bit nervous about doing so, but just let me know if that's in any way possible. Keep up the good work!
Don’t be nervous at all! Least that could happen is I say “No”! And yeah, my answer is No. Heh.
I only draw commissions at cons. Too busy with work right now to squeeze anything else in. Thanks for the interest though!
I heard you were coming to C2E2 in Chicago and I lost my shit! How can I contact you to get on a commission list while you're there? (I know its not for like 5 months, but I've been regretting not getting on the NYCC 2012 list for a year) Thanks!
The way I do commissions is at the convention you come find me at my table as early as possible, see my prices and see if I still have spots available on my list, and if you agree to prices and there is room on my list then you pay me, tell me what you’d like me to draw, then I stay up late and draw it, by the next day it’ll be ready for you to pick up, at that time we high five and part ways.
Here’s that comic strip I posted yesterday with some NEW dialogue. Don’t be this guy!!!