Monday, April 19, 2010

Up to no good.

After a couple of months unemployed I've gotten a job at a digital press. I was also doing some more roller derby freelance art. Once I acclimate to my schedule I'll start kicking up more cartoons.

Friday, April 9, 2010


Saw these young men and woman at 821 Cafe 'round supper time. The girl was cuter than this toon and I didn't get her tattoos on her arms. But I totally made that guy's tats up as he was kicking back what the RVA Proles call the 'Peoples' Beer of Richmond'.

p.s. - Supper was delicious.

'Ey, Remy! Where Y'at!!

From my last sketchbook, a sketch that I decided it wouldn't hurt ink to tonight and toss some digital colors on it. It doesn't hurt, does it?


In my current sketchbook I had done a not so inspired interpretation, much cartoonier but not as realized in expression. Around that I'd sketched out a Gambit melee that was based on the 26 Movements of the Shaolin Staff Kung Fu form. I may panel it up for entertainment consumption at a later date. Maybe with some beignets or a shrimp po' boy. Lagniappe.

puh-puh-puh previous post process pictures


ROLLER DERBY: Geez Louise!!! If you haven't seen this image enough...

HERE IT IS AGAIN! But... something's... different...

You bet your sweet ass...!

Upon closer inspection...

Monday, April 5, 2010

ROLLER DERBY: Block Rock & Roll ! ! !

I actually finished this a week ago, just now posting it. Mainly just design here, reusing the image from the t-shirt because of short notice. This season the team decided to go with a sponsor to do their flyers. When they got the sponsor's flyer they called me again. Sponsor's flyer was hurting. The client, she told me, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it!"

I'll take it...

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Back Alley 1

Tuesday I took about 350 pictures in the neighborhood of Jackson Ward in which I live. The photos are reference for cityscape studies in ink and wash. Most, if not all, of the photos feature derelict buildings, graffiti and refuse.

This piece is calligraphy ink with a crow quill pen in my sketchbook. The tones are digital in Photoshop.