A page from my sketchbook – some early ideas for a new story…
One of my favourites from the pages Starlord and 2000AD. Created by Pat Mills and designed by Kevin O’Neill. B*ll*xed up by me.
Snaggletooth, dressed as Michael Jackson, channeling Norm from Cheers.
New Sancho story written and on the drawing board
Don’t bother, Greedo: Han shoots first.
GUEST NOODLER This weeks Guest Noodler is Philip Barrett, who kindly contributed this great ‘Day at the Races’ piece. Don’t forget to check out more of his work at http://blackshapescomic.blogspot.ie/
This week we have Paddy Lynch (The Last Bus, Aquarium) stepping in as a Guest Noodler. Make sure to check out Paddys work on www.patrickl.net and www.patrickl.tumblr.com
More child-like indulgence, drew this guy and decided he couldn’t be anything other than a Mad Scientist :)
Less of a doodle this week and more of a sneaky peek at the finished, lettered art for page 28 of my upcoming book “…And The Blood Flowed Green”, out in October from the O’Brien Press.
Having a nostalgic summer noodling moment. Like a kid, just making sh*t up. On some planet that isn’t here, I’d have one of these to run amok in, Woohoooo!
Alan has been watching too much goram Firefly lately.
Last week’s pencils-to-inks posting seemed to go down well, so here’s an udder one. It’s a page from my last O’Brien Press release “Destination: Homicide!”, and shows the progression from blueline pencil to inks. I scan the A4 pencil rough of the page in RGB, and using Photoshop convert the (grey) pencil line to 100% […]
This is pencils to inks for a page from the book I’m working on, …And The Blood Flowed Green. I keep the pencils (Faber Castell Columbus 4B) very loose and add all the details and correction in the inking, which I do with a combination of Edding 1200 markers, Stabilo .4mm Finepoints, Mitsubishi Unipin .2mm […]
Here’s a sketch/recreation of a favourite childhood memory. Except I only had the one in real life.
‘It’s ICN’s birthday and the party’s been gate crashed by a zombie clown troubled by the eternal debate of ‘Brains’ or ‘Cake’