A more polished version of the coloured pencil test sketch uploaded previously.
A quick coloured pencil sketch of old Web-Head!
And so, with Vietnam Zombie Holocaust finally complete, I thought it’d be cool to see all five covers side-by-side, along with their black & white variant counterparts…
Alongside Vietnam Zombie Holocaust and Surgeon X, the other big project I’ve been working on for the past couple of years (and remained tight lipped about until now) is Vampires Everywhere – A 52 page graphic novel from Cult Empire Comics. Gripping horror of the vintage variety with a modern twist, expertly written by George […]
A couple of weeks back George Lennox and I finally got a much-anticipated delivery from the printers – Issue #04 of Vietnam Zombie Holocaust: The double-sized, pulse-pounding finale! It’s been a wild ride. George has told a tale with many characters involved in various sub-plots, yet he’s somehow managed to tie all those story strands […]
Surgeon X #05 is probably my favourite issue from the series, at least visually. It might be something to do with the fact that the Science Fiction elements of the story are really at the fore here, with much of the action being set in a space station, and in VR simulations. This gave John […]
A selection of some cool pages from VZH…
All the while I was colouring Surgeon X, I was also drawing and colouring Vietnam Zombie Holocaust, the 4 issue, full-throttle action-horror blockbuster, with writer George Lennox. I’ve posted various bits and pieces on VZH over the past couple of years, but in a step towards filling in the gaps and bringing things up to […]
…And from Surgeon X #04.
Here is a selection of some of my favourite pages from Surgeon X issue #02. I think either this cover of the cover for issue #03 are my personal faves.
From mid 2015 through to early 2017 I was privileged to be the Colourist on Image Comics’ Surgeon X, a 6 issue limited series written and drawn by the brilliant team of Sara Kenney and John Watkiss. Significantly, it also marked the big return to comics of the legendary force behind Vertigo Comics, Karen Berger. […]
This month I finally found the time to try out my new Prismacolor pencils – A Christmas gift from the lovely Cheryl. Here’s a couple of quick drawings where I’m testing to see what I can achieve with the pencils. I must say, it feels great to work with a physical medium again after so […]
I recently dug out and scanned my photos from San Diego Comic Con, waaay back in 2001. Here’s a small selection. It was unlike anything I’d ever experienced, total sensory overload – but in a great way! Once you’ve been to a few of these events you get more used to it, but back then […]