Thursday, 11 August 2016

The Dandy Summer Special

A cover drawn for the Dandy Summer Special last year. Presented here without the lettering and logos. Pedantic comic fans should note that I forgot to draw Korky's tail... 

Judge Dredd Dies!

Judge Dredd goes down fighting The Dark Judges! Only for fun... Dredd would probably win. He always does.

Halo of the Apes

Halo of the apes! Drawn but not submitted to the 'Halo Book 4' thread on the 2000ad Forum.

Dragon Demon

All consuming FIRE! Dragon painting in the iPad Pro in Procreate.

Sunday, 23 February 2014

Ol' Flintstony Face

No posts for a while. For various reasons, I haven't drawn much in the last two months.

So, to get back into the swing of things, I've drawn something for the 2000AD Forum February art comp. It's a new style for me, but I had fun so I may use this technique more often. Anyway, without further ado, here's Judge Dredd as a caveman...a look that just seems so 'right' for some reason....

If I'm honest, I think the drawing is a bit stiff and the 'cut-out' look isn't entirely successful. I also became a bit too preoccupied adding the little details. I blame the fact that I was experimenting with a whole bunch of new techniques...

Friday, 25 October 2013

Ace Trucking and Co. - Steampunk Style!

Over on the 2000AD FORUM, various artistically minded folks are posting Steampunk interpretations of classic 2000AD characters. And I couldn't resist!

Here's a picture of the pride of the Ace Steam Navigation Company - The S.L. Anime Expedius, hauling her cargo up The River Thames. On board are Captain Chase (Ace) Garp and his crew - George B. Hampton (A.B.) and Mr. Feek (Chief Stoker)...

Of course, she's based on the Speedo Ghost, Ace Garp's ship from Ace Trucking and Co. Designed and drawn by the Italian Great Master himself - the late Massimo Belardinelli.

Friday, 4 October 2013

Freddy Fear - Homeschooled In Horror

I have no idea if anybody is interested, but I was digging around my pile of unused artwork and I found this Freddy Fear proposal. It's one of my many past attempts to get published in The Beano, and was quickly rejected. But I still like it, so here it is as as a pencil rough. Freddy Fear is, of course, copyright DC Thomson.