Attached is another sketch of mine.
you have a unique style, it slightly reminds me of the cartoony feel of disney, but just barely so keep going =)
Some concept art for a story I'm working on.
A small sketch. :)
Merry Christmas, Folks! :)
A comic page I recently worked on:
dude kick ass drawings man!!! are they in pencil? did you ink em too? I was also wondering how long it takes you to create one page for your comic?
Monsters and Ladies. My favorites. :)
A sketch of an old character of mine. I'm experimenting with a new cartoonier style.
Ain't love grand?
Awesomeness is gathering up nicely here.
Surely the moral is much higher when there are females included
in your masterpieces.
A story by Larry King, art by me:
I'm trying out a more cartoony style. Part 2 of the story:
And here lies Part 3:
love your stuff, really great story telling
You've got some great stuff here! However, I'd love to see you work on race and size diversity as well as age diversity. All your women seem to be pretty white young things.
While I do agree with many of the other posters that there are issues that you need to work on; I like your style and creativity.
Your work is very entertaining; it has a lot of spirit and character, and your ink inspires me to do some inkwork myself. However, I think you should do more studies on arm/hand anatomy. It bugs my eyes in almost every pic.
Here are some designs for a story I'm working on based in the 60's:
And here's a sketch I did just for fun called "Lil' Buffy".
Another image of a story I'm kicking around:
Designs. Designs. Designs.
Blondie, groovy style.
Pin-up time. This is my depiction of El Vita, a creation of Jo Hartman.
A devilish update:
Morphs are fun to draw. One mutt morphs into another: