Sunday, January 23, 2011

Aragones draws Nuttall!!

This is one of the highlights of my life! Ignore my talk about my nose, though. Nervousness and giddyness cause me to make stupid comments. This is my lifelong hero! AND GROO! AND SERGIO!!

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Comic Book Greats Sergio Aragones pt. 4

This is from a series that Stan Lee had done in the 1990s that I was unfortunately unaware of. It's just fantastic to me.

Sergio Aragones.m4v

I just found this short documentary from 1991 of The moustachioed Maestro Sergio Aragones`, speaking mainly about the comic book GROO THE WANDERER, then with Marvel Comics.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Slow news day

Barry Stutesman of Michigan Magazine Michigan Magazine visited the studio today and interviewed me and shot footage of the studio. I think it went pretty well. I'll keep you posted when it airs, where it airs and who knows, I might have a viewing party at the studio (there's plenty of food left over from my Customer Appreciation party, after all)

Monday, January 10, 2011

Latest Duke drawing

I did a charcoal of John Wayne, 18x24. Commissioned for it. Kinda happy with it.

Sunday, January 9, 2011

2 Sides of Love

The drawing I did for Sammy and Kari Hagar in 1999 at the Cabo Wabo Cantina and the drawing I did for them in 2010 at the Common Ground Festival in Lansing, Michigan.

Thursday, January 6, 2011

It's never too early...

VALENTINE'S DAY SPECIAL!!!!!! 16x20 drawing or painting for only $75 (reg. $160) until January 20th!
(Special does not apply to any projects spoken about before today)

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Ringing in the New Year

Well, with the new year, I thought I'd post the first drawing of 2011, the first completed painting of 2011 and the first project of 2011.
The John Wayne is a charcoal that's not quite done for a commission. It's 18x24. The Sammy Hagar oil painting is also 18x24 and is also a commission piece. The final is the first oil painting I've started this year. It's 20x30 (I think).

Sunday, January 2, 2011

"I intend on killing you in one minute, Ned!"

How do I NOT have this drawing posted??? It's in the studio now. It's a graphite tribute to one of my favorite scenes in the ORIGINAL "True Grit", hence the title "Fill Yer Hands...". It's about 18x24. I realize upon loading the drawing that this photo of it is cropped a bit.