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Wednesday, August 27, 2014



It’s DINO DAY again!

Week THIRTY! Wow… I’ve been doing this crazy thing for seven months. I’m not going to lie– at this point it’s getting harder and harder to figure out what to draw each week. Don’t worry. That doesn’t mean that I’m going to even begin to give up. It just means that things will probably get a bit goofy and weird for a while. And that’s kind of cool.

Today’s piece features another stegosaurus. They’re fun to draw and Owen really likes them right now. This one is all Zebra brush pen and Deleter pens on a 5 .5×5.5in piece of britsol board. It was fast and loose. I intended to go a bit more cartoony with it– there’s a bit of it in there, but not nearly as much as I would have liked. I’ll have to give that another go soon.

Okay, I’m on a pretty tight deadline on Constantine. I need to finish this issue by Labor Day.

See you next week!


Wednesday, August 20, 2014



It’s DINO DAY again!

I’m in a groove. Feeling it. Working on a new book times time– figuring out. I’ve figured out CONSTANTINE and I’m feeling good about it. It’s really nice.

Part of being in the groove is the sheer joy of being at the drawing table. This week’s Dino Day piece is a direct result of that.

Today’s piece is based on a study from the Natural History Museum in New York City. I wanted to just focus on shape and shadow with this one–  no line at all. I built it up from light to dark using warm grey Copic Markers (W1, W4, W6, W7) and a Golden Yellow  (Y17) for the background color to give it a little pop. It was drawn on a 5×5 piece of bristol board.

I’m really happy with the way it turned out.

Okay, it’s back to Constantine for me! See you next week!


Wednesday, August 13, 2014



It’s DINO DAY again!

This week, I’m hard at work on Constantine. I’m having a ton of fun with it– messing more and more with the brush and a few other fun tricks.

With all of the work on Constantine, I intended for today’s piece to be a quick one. When I sat down and pulled out the brush something else happened, though. I suppose it was still pretty quick, but the shadows and shapes kind of pulled me in. I’m perfectly okay with that.

Todays piece features a T-Rex, done with my new favorite brush, the Raphael 8404 #2 and FW Payne’s Grey Acrylic ink on a 7x7in sheet of Bristol board.

I hope you enjoy it as much a I did making it!

See you next week!

Wednesday, August 6, 2014



It’s DINO DAY again! This week…well, this week I’m a little annoyed. I guess I’ll kick off with that.

Today’s piece was done using Copic materials– the linework was done using the Copic F01 “COPIC PROOF” drawing pen and  a R32 Copic Sketch Marker. Now, look, here’s the thing– if you make a product that is “COPIC PROOF”, it’d better be COPIC PROOF! These were not. I’m pretty annoyed that Copic said that their F01 drawing pen wouldn’t move all over the place and it did. What you see here is cleaned up like crazy. What was a simple drawing ended up taking hours of editing to clean it up. Not cool.

Other than that…I love this piece. It’s based on one of the Mold-A-Rama dinosaurs from the Field Museum. I got a wonderful set of the Mold-A-Rama from some amazing fan/friends, The Fletchers this year at Heroes Con. I think they’re about the coolest thing ever.

The sketch was done on a nice 5x5in piece of Bristol board using the aforementioned infuriating pens.

I love Copic markers, but I think I’m officially done with their crap pen line. Just not good.

Anyway, forgive the umbrage. I’ll get over it. While the original is pretty smudgetastic, at least the digital version looks pretty darned good.

See you next week!