So at the moment I am working on the colour for issue 4 of my creator owned book. Only 2 issues left. I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. With this cover I wanted to do something special, I have a comic book I got from my dad in April 1989. It's actually the oldest thing I own. I remember the day he got it for me. With my book, I wanted to pay homage to the 1989's cover and my old man. The cover ties in great with the story from my own issue.
Here is a little side by side.
Issue 4 Cover
Flash #24 March 1989 .
Bill Messner-Loebs, Greg LaRocque, Tom Dixon & Michele Wolfman.
Here is a quick Update on how things are shaping up with my Creator Owned Book. I am almost finished all of issue 4 of a 6 issue mini series. The book is taking time but that's alright because I am busy with some TV projects this year too. Here are a couple of fully rendered out of order pages to wet your appetite. Let me know what you think.
I listen to this podcast every week and these two lads have me in stitches. Both very funny guys. I did this at a time when I didn't know what Mr Sunday Movies looked like. Still, at least we have internet celebrity Nick Mason's face in there to help keep the mystery alive.
"Mr Sunday Movies & Internet Celebrity Nick Mason"
Poor Finn Jones has been taking a bashing from critics for his portrayal of Danny Rand in Netflix's Iron Fist. The truth is that the show is good. (IMO). Now is it as good as Daredevil season 1 or 2 or Jessica Jones, then no it's not. It is however, just as good as Luke cage though and Luke Cage was great. I recommend you give it a shot. Anyways here is something quick and inky. I might update this later. Put some more time into it.
In honour of the 100th Episode for Collider Heroes, I made up a couple of variation comic covers for the occasion. The image is inspired by the All New X-Men cover by the extremely talented Mark Bagley.
Collider Heroes 100 Starring Jon Schnepp, Robert Meyer Burnett, Amy Dallen, John Campea, Ashley Robinson, David Griffin & Jason Inman.
I saw this film and it stuck with me for days after. It is fantastic. Not a perfect film but a very strong film that I will see it again. Hugh Jackman, Sir Patrick Stewart and the rest of the cast were great and I am sad to see this being the last one with Jackman and Stewart but the finished up with one hell of a bang.
UPDATE: I Changed the head because I wasn't happy with how it looked.
I wanted to do a rendition of Spider-man like the old Steve Ditko/John Romita comics. I haven't done one like that before. I went for a Vintage feel. I like how it turned out although I may change the head as it feels a little weird to me. The background is based of one from the great J Scott Campbell.
Just doing a quick bit of art today on lunch. I love the invincible books, the story will be wrapping up this year and that's a shame but it was a great run. I would like to see this as a live action feature one day. Anyways here it is.
So as you know I am working on my creator owned mini series. 6 issues that will hopefully lead to more. I have 4 covers done and am finishing up issue 3 as we speak. I have to balance the comic work with my Film and TV work, as well as every day life but I am enjoying it and look forward to having my own books out later this year.