Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Marvel Masterpiece III Sketch Cards, Part 3

Here are some more cards from the Marvel Masterpiece III set that will be released in November. So, my first 45 cards were all rejected by Marvel, but out of the next 355 that I sent in only about 30 of those were dismissed for one reason or another. All in all, not bad, but I am disappointed that I can't show some of those first cards. Some of my favorites were in there. 
1. Ronan, The Accuser (already shown) 2. The Sandman (already shown) 28. Sasquatch
29. The Scarecrow 30. The Scarlet Witch 31. A Sentinel 
32. Shanna, the She-Devil 33. The Shroud 34. Sidewinder
35. The Silver Samurai 36. The Silver Surfer 37. A Skrull
38. Snowbird 39. Speed Demon 40. The Sphinx
41. Spider-Man 42. Stingray 43. The Super Skrull
44. The Supreme Intelligence 45. The Taskmaster 46. The Thing
47. Thor 48. Tigra 49. The Titanium Man
50. Ultron 51. Union Jack 52. Valkyrie 
53. Viper 54. The Vision 55. The Vulture
56. The Wasp 57. A Watcher 58. Whirlwind
59. The White Queen 60. The Wizard 61. Wolverine
62. Wonder Man 63. The Wrecker 64. Bulldozer
65. Gabriel, The Airwalker 66. Baron Blood 67. Baron Strucker

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Muck Man #2

I haven't posted a Muck Man adventure in quite awhile. This one was supposed to be in the next issue of Rice On The Other, but I have not heard anything from that camp in some time, so I will go ahead and post it. I have more, really I do.
Muck Man #2
ink and black gesso on bristol board

Monday, September 8, 2008

Husker Du

My buddy Chris Quigley has recorded another song and he asked me to do the artwork to accompany the tune, which is called Husker Du. He wanted a take on the Clash's London Calling album cover, but instead of a guitar Chris would be smashing a sax as the good 'ole sax hater that he is. It really has nothing to do with the song, but not going off on a tangent just wouldn't be our style. 
So, go to his blog and have a listen.

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Detroit - Riverfront Series

Some time ago I had wanted to do a series of water color and ink pieces from various locations in and around the city of Detroit. Of course, being how lazy I can get at times, it's taken awhile to get started. But lo and behold, I did one. This is a view between two towers of the Renaissance Center from the Riverfront side. My goal is to have prints available from these series, so stay tuned.
Detroit - Riverfront Series I
mixed media