Another sketch of Loki, this time his Agents of Asgard incarnation
So for the past mount I’ve been developing my own web comic called “The Youth” so I though I’d post up the cover page I made as well as the first page and some character designs.
Once I get the ball rolling the comic will be about the main character, David, an average high school student, who lives in the future where everyone has superpowers, except him.
However, until I get the story fully developed Im going to make single page stories just to keep the artistic juices flowing!
I always prefer my pencils to when I go through and ink and color, so I decided to do only pencils and have the finished pages done entirely in my Moleskine sketchbook (hence the cover)
hope you enjoy!
By: Michael Kemp
Good evening my good sirs and madams my name is Michael Kemp: Co(s)mic Illustrator.here’s a link to my website: mkempillustration.comI just finished this illustration about a month ago and entered it in a contest to hopefully be the cover art for AFI’s new single “A Deep Slow Panic” It went through a lot of different stages…I initially envisioned it as a black and white graphite rendering but soon realized that I am more of a pen and ink kinda guy so I stuck to my usual method of focusing on the line work and coloring it in photoshop, this time around however I wanted to add an ink wash texture to the black-ness, so I did a few ink washes and scanned in my favorites and dropped um into photoshop which helped ad the “airiness” that I initially wanted to get with the graphite approach.
I also made a pin-up for my friend’s all-ages comic Ragged Rider : Tales of a Cowboy Mummy, I really enjoyed making my own type with brush and ink rather than digitally making the type (something I though I would never enjoy!)
Finally, the last drawings are a promo cover and some character designs for a comic I am working on. Hopefully will get developed enough to pitch to some companies. Working on having some more work form this project to show soon.Cheers!
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Design for Afi’s contest to design a cover for the single ADeep Slow Panic
New pin-up for my good friend Seth Kumpf’s comic Ragged Rider: Tales of the Cowboy Mummy
The Final Summer of Battling Boy Give-Away!
Reblog for a chance to win a Battling Boy shirt or a copy of Paul Pope’s Battling Boy from First Second and Destroy Comics! If this blog hits 2000 followers in the duration of this giveaway, the 2000th follower will win a shirt or a book!
For the final Summer of Battling Boy Give-Away series, I’m combining the give-aways for the Battling Boy Shirt and the Battling Boy book into one post, so all entries are counted for both the shirt and book give-aways.
The shirt winners will be selected at the end of September.
The book winners will be selected on October 5th.
Simply reblog, like, and/or follow. The more reblogs you get from your followers, the higher your chances of winning in random selection!
Recent half page comic commission for rpg game called Valhalla to explain some rules.
Superman/Batman #79, Written by Chris Roberson, Art by Jesus Merino, Colors by Pete Pantazis
“I was helping my cousin, the Superman of the 5th dimension, deal with an invasion of carnivorous colors from the outer spectrum.
But then my 5-D hearing picked up Batman’s distress signal, and I came running.”
I’ve been on a real DC One Million kick recently, and I read this two issue, millennia spanning storyline written by Chris Roberson a few days ago on comixology because of it. I was not disappointed.
World’s Finest 1 Million.
“The blank page is an endless landscape”. “All of this is Battling Boy.” “I always keep the computer at a lower level so it knows who is in charge.” Paul Pope. Paul Pope Talks BATTLING BOY, HAGGARD WEST and More.
Here’s another infographic I did for HalloweenCostumes.com, this time illustrating the history of the emblem on Superman’s chest.
Until I researched this, I had no idea just how many variations the shield went through in its first five years, before they settled on the classic design that went mostly unchanged for over five decades.
My previous infographic (illustrating the evolution of Iron Man’s armor) can be seen here.
Somebody on Twitter was bitching about how they wished the Man of Steel chest emblem was more “historic” or something and I wanted to be like, “Son, which historic chest emblem do you mean?”
Moon knight meets Batman Art by Bill Sienkiewicz (first picture) and Neal Adams (second picture)