Sketch card of batam DKR! Pen and ink with copic markers.
Here is the final Stock*Pile Sketch of the week. I don’t know anything about Jacob Rhodes’ The Wild Riders except it has some dudes on horses that fight monsters. And that is all i need to know. I hope to see more of this someday. That wraps up the stock*pile comics week of sketches, so if any of these properties intrigued you, head on over to http://www.stockpilecomics.com and show them some support!
Here is a sketch of the two bad-ass brothers that I cannot wait to see in their own book! The story is intriguing and the art will be top notch. The story is from Jesse Munoz and Rian Miller, with Jesse doing the art. Go back this comic on kickstarter here http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/jessemunoz/broken-legacy-issue-1
Up next on my Stock*Pile Sketch week… K Rian Miller’s Man-Gull. If you can’t understand the premise from this image, then this book isn’t for you. Just kidding, this book is for everyone, go to stockpilecomics.com and get a copy! Let’s bug Rian to make sure he get’s issue 2 done for SPX2012!
I figured I would start with Mr. Joel Lolar’s Forever Winter. I have known Joel now for 15 years, and have watched this project evolve for the past 10. It was a great day that Joel came by my work and we had lunch and he showed me a freshly printed Forever Winter #1 with all that hard work he put into it. It was a great sight to see. Currently Joel has banded together with fellow Kubert School students to assemble Stock•Pile comics over at www.stockpilecomics.com, so go check out their books and purchase a few! I will be posting a pinup sketch of each of their projects for the rest of the week!
Chris Nolan movies made Alfred an awesome character. Usually Alfred is pretty 1 dimensional, and doesn’t have much depth, but his speech to Batman in The Dark Knight about how some men just want to watch the world burn is perfect. Let’s hope his advisory speech to Bruce in DKR is just as amazing.