Walking Dead Sketch Cover

Hey all, I am sure many of you know that Boston Comic Con was postponed.  Fortunately, I was able to hang out with some of my favorite and talented friends.  During this extra free time, I made this sketch cover of Walking Dead #109.  Contact me if you are interested in purchasing.

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Cable & X-Force #1 Sketch cover by ME!

Yet again, i bought the sketch cover variant of the new Marvel Now book Cable & X-Force #1.   I decided to draw the new design of Cable ::cough(Solidus)cough::

I used the usual Copic toolkit of pens brushes and markers to put this together.  Hope you enjoy!

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Tony Sedani here again and like 99.9% of the comic world, I loved Avengers, and it is definetly in my top 5 movies of 2012. I think my favorite part was our Big green friend. I loved the last HULK movie, and I thought this one built off of what they were doing and refined him perfectly. The look is perfect, the humor was perfect, and his smashing was perfect. So for this card, I decided to just do an extreme close up. It was penclied, inked and colored traditionally with all my favorite copic pens and markers. I wanted to get him smirking like he does in the movie, but I couldn’t find a reference clip of it, so i tried to make a head on view of him smirking. And of course, I can’t wait till Avengers 2!



Next up on some of my favorite films of 2012 was DREDD.  I am pretty sure it will make my list for top 10 of 2012. But for all it’s worth, this film was the one that blew away my expectations.  I wasn’t thrilled to see this, but decided to give it a shot.  I liked how it really kept the storyline simple, and focused more on the action, and characters.  A few twists and turns and lots of blood later, and i was leaving the theatre wanting more!  It hooked me so much that I am buying the monthly IDW Dredd book now.

As for the sketch, I penciled and inked traditional, and colored digitally.  The perspective is off a bit, but I think we get the point.

~Tony Sedani


Marlee • Novembrrr

My first Forever winter sketch for Novembrrr is Marlee. I did a backup story for Joel’s book a few years back and involved this character Marlee.  He is heir to an organzied crime syndicate.  When I first thougt about him, I just pictured a no good whiny brat that got everything handed to him.  But then you start to think about the setting.  The type of world it is.  It doesn’t really seem like a world where people get spoiled, it’s a dog eat dog world out there.  And Marlee probably just wants to take what is his.  And considering what is going on in the backup story I worked on, I can see Marlee will have some difficult decisions he must think about.  Hence why I drew him in this situation like he is extremly stressed out.  So hopefully this month of Novembrrr will make Joel even more pumped to draw FW2 and we will get it even sooner!  Great job Joel, on creating a great universe of interesting characters.  See you next week!

Frank from Hellraiser • Stock*tober

My last entry for stock*tober and yet another movie that scares the $h!+ out of me is Hellraiser and Hellraiser 2.  Again, like most horror series, the rest of the sequels are very lackluster, if not downright disgraceful.  I saw these movies when i probably shouldn’t have.  I think I was about 10-12 when seeing them both on HBO and they are burned in my brain and make me hope to god that I never encounter the cenobites!  Clive Barker really made you think that Hell was what you saw on this movie (although it is revealed that it isn’t actually hell) .  The torturous designs of the characters as well as the sounds of the chains and those weird pillars spinning.  It gives me chills just typing about it. I couldn’t figure out what character I wanted to do, i actually did a  Pinhead card who is the poster boy for these movies, but the other cenobites are even more gruesome.  But what always freaked me out was Frank.  Frank is a man who is trying to rebuild his body by consuming the blood and organs of poor victims brought into the house and slowly regenerates his own body.  Quite amazing effects for the time, and downright horrifying..  If you haven’t seen these 2 flicks, be warned they are very gory, and definitely have multiple occurrences of peoples skin being removed.  Yuck.  This card was done with copic sketch markers on top of some pen and ink work. I used the color blender to get a wet look. See you next halloween!

Leatherface • Stock*tober

Tony Sedani up at bat again!  My next choice for Stock*tober was Leatherface from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

(To my surprise Joel and I actually made a card exactly the same!)

This movie still creeps the hell out of me everytime I watch it.  I have seen it numerous times, and it never gets easier to watch. Right from the beginning the film almost makes you think this is a true story by intro by John Larraquette.  It literally feels like you are watching a home movie since the film quality and audio wasn’t so great as I mentioned in my Excorcist post.  Again, the movies that scare me the most are the ones that can actually happen.  And this is horribly possible! I buy that there are families out there right now capable of doing this and probably have. This card is from the end scene when Leatherface chases their captive girl from their house as she tries to escape.  A very suspenseful scene ending in such a realistic series of screams from the girl.  Chilling Movie to say the lest.  Later remakes and prequels of remakes and prequels to prequels are all garbage and will never re capture the original’s horror.

The Excorcist • Stock*tober

Continuing with the 5 movies that scared me the most is The Excorcist.  I know it is cliché  to say that it is one of the most scariest movies ever, but it is damn true.  I think they claim that it is a true story in the beginning which gets your mind racing thinking this really happend, a clever trick many horror movies use to strike fear even further into you.  It has a very creepy haunting feeling throughout the film.  What makes alot of 70’s horror films scary is the quality of the film and audio.  It almost makes them feel like they were filmed with a home camera.  Nowadays we get HD quality films that feel way too polished and doesn’t trick our mind as much.  So as for the card, I took a very gross scene from the flim and exagerated it a bit.  This was done on 3.5″ x 2.5″ card with ink and Copic sketch markers.  See you next week!

Michael Myers • Stocktober

When I was presented with being part of the Stocktober daily event over at stockpilecomics.com I decided to pick the 5 movies that scared me the most in my life, and sketch the characters from said films.

First up is my all time favorite horror character, Michael Myers from Halloween. I have seen this movie over 50 times, and I make sure to watch it every Halloween Season. This movie scares me because it is very simple yet realistic story. Michael escapes from the loony bin, and goes on a murderous rampage, no supernatural nonsense like later sequels bring into it. And to top it off has one of the most creepiest endings in any movie, and if you have never seen it please put it on your “to see” list this month.

Later sequels of Halloween fall extremely short in living up to the original. Halloween 2 is good, basically a direct sequel and really ends the story. 3 is irrelevant, but decent in its on regard. 4 is atrocious, 5 does some cool things, but still falls flat. 6 is a mockery of the series. And H20 is actually a personal favorite of mine, disregards every sequel and keeps it simple a good bookend to the original. But of course part 8 undoes and pisses all over 7. Then we have the two remakes… and that’s all i really have to say about those…

Heisenberg Sketch Card

The man the myth the legend.  Heisenberg aka Walter White from Breaking Bad.  I decided to make this sketch card after being so caught up in this current season.  Best show on tv right now.  This was my usual pen and ink with copic sketch markers.  3.5 inches by 2.5 inches.