Here are some pencils for an 8 pages mini story I did for Marvel, this story involve some of the Marvel characters and the TV show Runaway. I wasnt very excited with this project at first but I was really happy with the final results
Here is some pencils, inks and colors for the upcoming Hulk title I'm working on, Im having a lot of fun doing this, I got the chance to do all the work. The scrip was really fun to work with, it was written by the great Jimmy Palmiotti. There is not release date for this title yet, but I keep you posted. Hope you like it.
Here is one of the sample pages I did for Top Cow.... I had to change my style for these pages..for a more dark style..more shades and stuff. I'm not a big fan of shading, although I admit the pencils look way better shaded...but once inked they loose so much life..plus that much shading limits the colorist in picking the light sources and such...but any ways...here it is. ENJOY!
I finally got work at Marvel..and after a year of pushing them, they finally gave me a shot. Working on a "What if" title about Dr.Doom, which it was pretty cool cause I got to draw all the main Marvel characters. Anyways, here is this piece I used as a teaser.
I started this image just as a worm up for a couple of tutorials I wanted to try on. But I started to like the whole image and I ended up spending like 10 hours on it :S One of the very few pics where I did everything digitally, I kinda liked it.
The first is just a quick piece I did, trying to practice "speedpainting"...took me about 3 and half hours...I know compared to the speed of other people around here I'm no match..but I'm getting started, I want to try to do one per week. ( but as you can see is not working at all, I have a lot of work)
The second one is a quick painting I made while I was doing "urban myths" project with top cow, I was very busy at that time and I wanted to do something for myself, even thought the deadline for that project was tight I REALLY had the urge to do it, get it out of my system, so this is what came out . All done in photoshop, no pencil no paper. Which is kind of weird for me. Buy I think I started to enjoy working digitally. Photoshop CS. 3 hours . No reference
This was a test made for Marvel from now on it's all up to the editors to see if they have something for me. Anyways...this is one of the pages ink and color just so they can see how my lines would look.
Urban myths was a pilot project given to me by Top Cow. Top Cow makes this "Pilot Season" Which are like 6 pilot comic stories put together. All by different writers and artist. The idea..is that out of those 6 titles..only 2 get to have their own series, sadly it didn't make it, it wasn't what I expected but I move on.
SO...the first image is the cover for the comic of Urban Myths published by Top Cow.I had to rush on this cover since they needed it right away for publicity and stuff...I wish I had more time to detail some stuff, still I'm happy with it. And the other ones are pieces of the work
Here are some pages of the latest tittle I worked for Marvel, it's basically a "one-shot" story of Nightcrawler quitting the X-men. Unfortunately due to deadline issues, I wasnt just able to do pencils , inks and colors where done by other artist.
Here is page 1 of another title I worked on. I wanted to do a good cowboy story for so long. For me it was one of does "must do" projects. I read the script from Jose Torres and I knew this was my shot, I love how the story was written, leaving room for a more cinematic feel to it.
The tittle It's called "Outlaw Territory" basically is a bunch of short cowboy stories put together, I believe there are few people from DA who are part of this project as well.
It's suppose to be out sometime in October and it's being published by Image comics. Check it Outlaw territory
So, this is my first Marvel cover ever. I loved doing this cause for the first time I had the chance to draw all the Marvel main characters that I love (no FF...I'm not a big fan after "those" movies) It was just a very special experience to finally say " I'm drawing Marvel characters for Marvel" finally after so many years of dreaming of it and sitting in my room when I was a kid coping comics...I'm finally there!
Here is a quick commission I did for a clothing company called Hizoku. Here I show the process work from the sketch to pencils and colors. The clients asked for some changes on the last panel shot, although I still think the sketch composition works better...but hey...they got the money, so gotta do as I'm told :S check it Hizoku