The Penguin

He’s a tough character to get right. I made about 12 sketches before penciling this. Please follow and like us:

The Red Hood

I just finished reading a Red Hood: Outlaw TPB so I was inspired. This is just from memory, and I’m sorry his chest symbol isn’t visible. Please follow and like us:

Spider-Woman in Moleskine

I try to stay limber by sketching in a Moleskine every chance I get. Here’s a loose, energetic, sketch of classic Spider-Woman, I used to LOVE that comic when I was a kid, so dark. Please follow and like us:

Wreck of the Halifax

I drew this in a Moleskine while waiting to be picked at jury duty. I used a Pentel mechanical pencil and Faber-Castell Pitt Pens. This piece is totally off the dome, so it’s not based on any real ship or wreck, and the name “Halifax” is probably already used somewhere Continue Reading

Red Co’s Impressions Notebook is a Genetic Freak With Two Tails

To be totally candid: I’m just trying out different notebooks that cost less than Moleskine’s, the “budget alternatives” if you will. So the Red Co Impressions series clocks in around a tenner, and it’s got 240 pages, they are a good weight, but unfortunately the hardcover is not very hard Continue Reading

Lost Light Rodimus

Just starting to read IDW’s Lost Light. New Faber-castell brush pen greys I bought on sale at Utrecht. Please follow and like us:

I’d Know it Anywhere

As always, I’m using the trust P22 Sharp from Pentel and Faber0Castell Pitt Pens, and a highlighter. The quote is from “The Outer Limits” episode “Soldier.” Please follow and like us:

Jason Voorhees

Faber Castell Pitt Pens and the new Pentel GraphGear 800 0.7mm mechanical pencil I’m trying out. As always, I use White Pearl erasers. This is Jason from Part 6 seemingly…     Please follow and like us:

Titans Return Optimus Prime

I’ve been using the Pentel GraphGear 800 (PG807), 0.7mm mechanical pencil, and inking with Faber-Castell Pitt Pens. This is an homage to the Generation 2 Optimus Prime that came out in the 90’s, but this is the new Prime from 2017’s Titans Return line. Please follow and like us:

Flying Dutchmen

I’ve been fascinated with the tales of The Flying Dutchman, a ghost ship never allowed to return to port. It may have been based on reflections on the ocean’s surface making ships in the distance appear to float several feet off of the surface. Please follow and like us:

Transformers Combiner Wars Autobot Optimus Prime

    The Combiner Wars Optimus Prime is actually a really great mold. He’s a little short and stocky, but well articulated and powerful looking. Please follow and like us: