9×12, copic marker and colored pencil (no inking). Richard sold this Luke Cage pinup in under 5 minutes to a Patreon backer. With the majority of the funds going to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
His Royal Purpleness, a tribute to Prince. 11×14, Copic marker and colored pencil.
The last of my three #HeroesCon pre-con commissions. a 9×12 greyscale (w spot color) of Meghan Hetrick and David Baillie’s Red Thorn.
A terrific look at the creation of Richard’s stunning Batwoman sketch card artwork. Everything from color layout proposals to through to the final full color art.
This is a look at the process I went through in creating my recent Galactus AP. Really, it’s the different stages at which point I send my clients a cell cam shot for approval before I move on to the next stage. So we have:
More about Richard’s adventures at this year’s Heroes Con in Charlotte… Hi all; Yeah, it always takes me forever to write one of these up. This time I blame con crud, allergies, and work load for the delay. ANYWAY, apologies, and let’s get started!
Richard was recently interviewed by Copic Marker Brazil for their new website. Since it was published in Portuguese on their site, I thought it’d be nice to have it presented here in English. Enjoy!
Every morning for the last couple years, I have written down three things for which I’m thankful. I keep a pad and pen next to the bed and write them immediately upon waking, so I begin the day in a grateful mood. They can range from the specific and self-focused (finding a great deal on […]
Images of several of the con sketches I completed at heroes Con 2010 have started creeping in. Here’s the first batch:
Okay, I’ve been back from Heroes Con since Sunday night, am mostly unpacked, and still pretty tired. I had a great time, and I’m planning on being back at the show next year, barring the usual unforseen circumstances caveat.