Friday, March 29, 2013

Thursday, March 21, 2013


 At the end of last year, the esteemed James Stokoe inquired as to whether or not I could do a cover for his "GODZILLA: THE HALF CENTURY WAR" series over at IDW.

Obviously I couldnt resist.

The following is the process for the piece from conception to completion. FIRST: Concept sketches!

Next - preliminary drawing!

THEN - following some guidance from Toho, the godzilla license holders, revised pencils!


Lighting test...

And finally, with the UNSTOPPABLE Joseph Bergin the Third (also of prophet) bringing his A++ game, the final colors!

Tuesday, March 19, 2013


Get thee to a comics shop tomorrow for PART 2 of "Beneath the Ice", Jason Wordie and me playing on some ice-age psychedelic BADASSERY!
Dark Horse Presents 22 Out Tomorrow
More soon!

Saturday, March 9, 2013

I don't usually draw commissions, but when I do...

It's easiest at a convention (so I don't have to break up my ordinary workflow). Here's a couple of ECCC (and one for an original art buyer) commissions.

Ellen Page in space for Alison Sampson!
mignola wolvie for george
Mike Mignola-style wolverine in the savage land
Supes and Bats
Supes and Bats at 3AM

Thursday, March 7, 2013

Coming Down

Pictured here is what the emerald city comicon did for me - blew my g-d pants RIGHT APART.

Okay, well, THAT was from some power-squats at the booth, but generally speaking, Emerald City Comic Convention was amazing. Not only did I get to meet lots of the people who've been enjoying and supporting prophet, but I had the chance to FINALLY hang out with some of the prophet crew that I've been working with online. And they're pretty awesome dudes. 
Plus, we got a lot of good response to the copies of 'pilgrim' that we gave out - seattle is saturated with the thing!

Now, coming down off of the convention high and finding myself (ripped pants and all) back in the real world, the whole experience has left me re-invigorated and best of all, excited about the work I have to do. You can see a bit of the experience here at Andrew's "Art for Fun and PRophet" blog...