Friday, March 16, 2012

2 Sketchys, 1 Go Figure!

Here's sketches from the last two Dr. Sketchy's, plus the only decent drawing I came up with at Green Brain Comics' first Go Figure session.

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

See Jeff's Insides

Some artwork I did for the Ellie on Planet X blog.

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Everyone's Favorite Wookiee

Just a li'l sketch of Chewie.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Logo Logo

Here's a couple fun logos I recently did.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

New Year, New Sketchy

Friday, November 25, 2011

Sketchy in November

Here's some sketches from last week's Dr. Sketchy at the Scarab Club in Detroit. I wasn't too pleased with most of my drawings of the models, so I switched to sketching out the art monkeys instead.

Monday, September 19, 2011

A Sketchy September

More Dr. Sketchy sketches for you to ponder. And yes, Spider-Man actually posed for us!*

* Okay, no. Not really. But I had you going for a second there. Huh, huh? Right? 

Friday, August 19, 2011

The Amazing Cynicalman! The Movie!

Cartoonist Matt Feazell has been creating his comic strip, The Amazing Cynicalman, America's Laid Off Superhero, since 1980. Now he's in the process of finishing up a live action film of his comic creation! It has an all-star local cast, and even yours truly makes a couple of brief appearances. Plus it's got the great Scott McCloud as the voice of Boardman. How cool is that?

Matt asked me to do some matte (Matt?) paintings for him, as well as an animated Powerpoint-like presentation that the evil Dr. Pweent screens to explain his dastardly plot. Here's some screen grabs:

The first is looking up at Dr. Pweent's lair. I constructed the model of the tower and added the smoke. Matt added the lettering on the side of the building.

This is one of the slides in the presentation with Dr. Pweent laughing maniacally.

Finally, here's our heroes, Cynicalman, Lizard Girl, and that might be me standing in for Sean Bieri as Loan Shark!

Dr. Sketchy's Fifth!

Seems like just yesterday the Motor City got its own Dr. Sketchy franchise. It's five years later and our pencils haven't been sharpened down to the nub yet. Here's what I figure is my best from the last two months. Thanks to Toni and all the girls for a great session!

Monday, August 8, 2011

There's Four of 'em and They're Fantastic

This year is the 50th anniversary of the very first Fantastic Four comic book. To celebrate, Green Brain Comics in Dearborn, Michigan decided to honor this auspicious occasion in a special way. They've invited 26 different artists to each re-imagine a single page from the comic in what ever way they choose. Here's my interpretation of page 21:

My favorite part, for whatever reason, is the Invisible Girl running.

And here's a video treat for you: Norm MacDonald tells the real story of how the FF got their name.

Friday, May 20, 2011

More Dr. Sketchy

Seems lately my blog is turning into just a Dr. Sketchy blog. I'll have to rectify that. But for now, here's sketches from last night's episode at the Scarab Club, starring Renee Daze of I Heart Burlesque.