A homage to the Star Wars A New Hope poster, part one of a set of 3! Lines by Ed Pirrie, digi paints by me. Will be bringing these to conventions with me from here on in. If you’re not attending any cons this year then drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Cute and the Weird Volume 3 will be available to buy at the MCM Expo this weekend! Come join me at table M1!
My wife’s new book will be available at MCM this weekend!
I’m very soon to be an Uncle. So as a present for my sister, her husband & their new arrival I decided to paint them a canvas for their nursery. Took a while to decide but I’m really pleased with how this turned out.
Lines by Roche
Colours by Bove
I coloured this pic of MTMTE’s Rung. Lines by Nick Roche.
Megatron (and other assorted Transformers) by Nick Roche. From next week’s TF Spotlight: Megatron. Colors by Leonard O’Grady.
Another class act from Ed Pirrie (with me on colours) of the Hulk making short work of ol’ Wolverine! Again this should be available at MCM Expo on 26th October 2012. Come and say hi!
The deadly duo of Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy. Lines by the super talented Ed Pirrie, with colours by me. If all works out I’ll have some of these at cons with me from MCM expo from 26th October onwards. Hope you dig!
Here’s another NYCC exclusive cover, this time for GI Joe as published by IDW. Linework by my art hero Casey Coller with colours by me. The 2 characters featured are the 2 characters played by acting legend Michael Bell who was will us to sign throughout the con.
The cover is a very deliberate homage to the Apocalypse Now movie poster down to the smoke and lights and colour hues.
This was a cover that was an exclusive at New York Comiccon where I was signing with line artist Casey Coller and the legendary voice actor that played all these characters, Michael Bell. I’m forever endebted to my amazing mate Mario Coleman for the opportunity.
This is different from the final version as we weren’t allowed to use the retro title font as we had to use the Hasbro approved TF logo. The version show here is a homage to the X-Men title from which this cover references.