I met Sergio Romo briefly in May 2012. I drew a picture of him and to my surprise he saw it on twitter and asked for a copy. I met him by the dugout during a home game – he was super appreciative and told me he’d hang up my art in his locker.
With the news of Romo going to play for the Dodgers, one of my first thoughts was, “He’s gonna need some new art for his locker!” So, I drew this for him:
Dodger fans, you’re gonna love him.
Thank you, Romo and best of luck!
For those of you going to CommuniCon on October 19th, check out a preview of the some of the art on my CommuniCon Prints Page.
I’m also working on some more pieces, so stay tuned!
Below are my pages for Bartkira: Volume 1, pages 61-65
Probably the most intensive comic project to date I’ve worked on – requiring me to use pencil, pen, wacom tablet (for inks), photoshop (for coloring), and illustrator (for lettering)
Not having done a proper comic page before, to do 5 was definitely a so-called trial by fire. I learned a ton on how to compose and execute a comic page from studying the original pages of Katsuhiro Otomo’s Akira.
More info on Ryan Humphrey and James Harvey’s epic project.