Sketch o’the Week

May 26th, 2010 | Posted in Sketch O'The Week

I’m sort of taking this week off from the “Sketch o’the Week” after spending quite a bit more time than usual on that series of ink wash sketches over the last two plus months. This week’s sketch is actually the rough sketch for a small project. It’s a trading card that is part of a series being used in an ad campaign for a company. Once the campaign is launched I’ll post the finished art here, and tell you about the project and the rarefied company I am keeping in doing one of these cards… some of the artists they have doing art for this series are legends.

Comments

  1. corey cooley says:

    Looks great! When is your book going to launch?

  2. Curtis says:

    One point for an awsome sketch, one point for it not being a Lost character.

  3. Mike Wade says:

    I have read several books on drawing “comic book super-heroes”. How does one get an individual look, so that you don’t end up with the same body and just put a different head or face on it? Is it acceptable to make the muscles and bulges all look similar? (Or, did you stand in front of a mirror and draw yourself!!??)

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