Here are some commissions I've done recently, just to help show what I can do in case someone decides they want one. I like to play with new things with these. so they'll tend to vary. Some of these, the less complicated images, were done for suggestion Saturday and were free. I may end up selling them if people want them.
Sunday, September 21, 2014
Recent Commissions and Sketches
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Labels: batgirl, captain marvel, carol danvers, cassandra cain, daimon hellstrom, emma frost, flash, jorge santiago jr, kurt wagner, laura kinney, magik, mister miracle, nightcrawler, scott free, x-23, x-men
Saturday, September 20, 2014
Requiem Sonata, prologue page 1-3 inked
Here are some of the inked pages for Requiem Sonata. I still have much I want to do with these, so they're very work in progress. I do hope they look interesting though. I've been inking with the Zebra Fine Sign Pen and Copic multiliners in a Stillman and Birn Alpha sketchbook. The heavy black areas are filled in with the above and a Permapaque marker.
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Labels: comics, death, depression, detective, drawing, graphic novels, indie, indie comics, inks, jorge santiago jr, keys, making comics, music, mystery, pianist, piano, promise, requiem sonata, sketchbook, stillman and birn
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Requiem Sonata pencils, prologue: 1-4 and Chapter 1: 1-4
I've been drawing! It's been too long since I was making comic pages, and yes I still want to finish Curse of the Eel, but I needed a break and this is what I've got. Requiem Sonata is about a detective named Simoné who is a big fan of Zhi, a young professional pianist who has been performing worldwide since she was a little girl. I won't say too much but I hope you like the pages. Also this comic is drawn in a Stillman and Birn Alpha and Beta sketchbook, as I plan to use watercolor, WC pencils and pastels on the music scenes. This is the only paper I'd trust for a comic like this, but yes, I have pages to show. I'm sorry some of the scans aren't super crisp, my pencils are a little light in spots so if I push them up too far in Photoshop the lighter tones which hold some drawings together just vanish. For the sake of clarity, I've made them as dark as I can and pushed the white as much as I can, but you'll see it a lot more crisply in the inks and beyond.
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Labels: auditorium, comics, concert, depression, detective, drawing, indie, jorge santiago jr, making comics, mystery, original, pencils, pianist, piano, requiem sonata, sequential art, sketchbook, stillman and birn
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