Here’s some pics I took of my drawing table. Recent WW2 art. Look, ma! I’m drawing on paper!
I had a lovely Thursday. I Drove out to Dallas to draw on sketch covers of X-Men #1 at Lone Star Comics. There was a pretty decent turn-out despite the rain. The wonderful staff had X-Men cupcakes at the ready, vampire teeth and free drinks. I sat down at 2pm and finished drawing on the sketch covers at 8pm. My cell phone died toward the end of the day and I was not able to get pics of a few of the sketches I drew. Here are as many as I could take pictures of. The rest of the covers are going to be emailed to me and I’ll share those later.
Thanks to everyone who came out. I had a great time.
More classy comics from my buddies at Antarctic Press. They loved the art I drew for the Sarah Palin: Rogue Warrior comic and asked me to contribute a cover for the upcoming comic; Steampunk Palin. I love steampunk. This was a real treat. Although I’m not into Sarah Palin, you cannot deny her presence at this time in our history. I will be doing several more Sarah Palin covers later this year.
I did a random search on my droid phone for Star Trek near Dallas. Just wondering what kind of cool things could be found this way and look what I found- a street named Star Trek! It’s even at the corner of Apollo! Like that episode where Apollo was real and held the Enterprise in his disembodied space hand until Kirk beamed down and cock-blocked him from macking on Scotty’s hottie. Too bad for Apollo. But what a cool way to immortalize this clash of space titans. Here’s a shot of the street I got off Google Maps.