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Artist’s Edition Sketch #1

Here’s an example of the sort of sketches I’m doing for the Artist’s Editions. (I do actually sign it TO you — or someone else, if you ask me to; I just digitally removed the person’s name for privacy reasons.)

Most actually don’t have this much black on them, because it actually starts to make the paper curl a little bit. Also, since I’m left-handed and the paper (although it’s a matte stock) has a bit of gloss to it, I have a tendency to smudge the marker, so I need to avoid very detailed sketches in the books. That’s why they’re only $5 more than the regular edition, not $10, like most Artist’s Editions of webcomics collections.

If you’d like something extra complicated, I’d really recommend getting one of the sketches from the store instead. I ink those with a brush or crow quill on Bristol, so I can get much more detailed with them.

Oh, whoops, and I just noticed I missed a line along the left side of Kurt’s face. I’ll fix that before I mail it. Anyway, I’m sure most of you aren’t expecting too incredibly much; I mean, it’s not like I’m known for my hand-drawing skills. :)

Your favorite Multiplex character naked (probably NSFW)

This is a sketch for a reader commissioned recently via the Multiplex Store. (Thank you for agreeing to let me post this, Mike!)


“You always did ask too many God damn questions…”

I don’t really know what this is, but that’s the line of cliché-ass dialogue that was running through my head the whole time.

Green Lantern

Good ol’ Hal Jordan. How I hate him — he’s just so damned boring. DC dicked him up, killed him off, and couldn’t leave him dead when they had two far more interesting replacements waiting in the wings: Guy Gardner and John Stewart.

And yet, I love the Green Lantern comic right now, because Doug Mahnke and Christian Alamy are freakin’ brilliant.

(Originally posted on the Multiplex Facebook page a while back.)