Since I now have the reputation of being somewhat of a Scott Pilgrim nut, I have to keep that up. Last week I came across a couple of free hours to make a drawing and this is what I came up - a drawing inspired by Scott Pilgrim's movie trailer. I finished coloring it today. I'll update this post with the linework when I get the original drawing back (I wasn't home when I drew it). I hope you enjoy this!
And hey, movie distributors. Please make this movie open in Portuguese theaters. The sooner, the better. Deal?
segunda-feira, 28 de junho de 2010
segunda-feira, 21 de junho de 2010
Alright. You've been hanging out here for a while, plus you might know me from twitter and facebook too, and if that's the case, you know I think Scott Pilgrim is pretty much the coolest thing since the dawn of times. I really love the comic and I couldn't be more excited for the movie and the game. I mean, did you see those trailers? Epic stuff. Well, when the first movie teaser came out, I made this drawing. I did it very quickly (it's pretty much a glorified sketch), but I had to draw something Scott-related. Ta-da!
I'm sorry that this isn't exactly new work, but I'm still dealing with a horrible lack of drawing time. I hope you enjoy this either way!
terça-feira, 15 de junho de 2010
A new thing for today: this week's Kubrick's Garage strip is being released here first, so I can post it to the webcomic's Official Facebook Page. In a few days it'll be up at Cineblog (its regular home), so keep checking it out there, because we always release the pages first at Cineblog and on the facebook page - this is just a one time thing :) Enjoy!
sexta-feira, 4 de junho de 2010
A while ago I started talking art with Kelley, one of the members of the Night of the Living Podcast crew. He's also an artist and is currently working on his own webcomic project. Somehow we ended up talking about Hellboy, how awesome Mignola is, and how tough Hellboy really is to draw. I always have trouble drawing an half-decent Hellboy. It wasn't long before we challenged each other to draw an Hellboy, and here's my part of the challenge (it's a blog exclusive for now!).
Still not an ideal Hellboy. He's too rigid, but you know... practice makes perfect. I hope to one day post an awesome Hellboy in this blog, look back at this one and see how far I've come. I post these two versions because I couldn't decided on which I liked best - the right one looks strange at first, but I ended up liking the sort of watery look the colors had. Enjoy and let me know what you think!