HEAD LOPPER 2: The Wolves of Barra (written and drawn by me, colors byMike Spicer) will be on Kickstarter during the month of October to raise funds to cover production costs.
This chapter is over-sized. It will be 40 pages of story with a HUGE pinup gallery… I may have gotten carried away.
The fund raiser will have a bunch of rewards: copies of Head Lopper 1 and 2, digital and tangible, autographed prints, sketches, commissions, and lots of original art including this piece here which is also the lines for the artwork of a limited edition “Wolves of Barra” t-shirt.
More info as it becomes available, but hopefully… you are already excited.
I think it’s safe to post this test cover I did for DC Comics. I finished it back up in November before I left for Hong Kong (and started art directing at GURU). I was never really happy with how it turned out so I spent a couple hours bringing it up to the norm.
(A side note… I seem to have a thing for drawing gooey liquids).
scotts been drawing some shit. and its good. very good.
Dancers in the Scala Theater Sun. Isaac Israëls (Dutch, Amsterdam Impressionism, 1865–1934). Oil on canvas.
Israëls moved to Paris in 1904, establishing his studio at near Montmartre and just yards away from the studio of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec whom he admired, as he also did Edgar Degas. As in Amsterdam, he painted the Parisian specific motifs: the public parks, cafes, cabarets and bistros, as well as such subjects as fairgrounds and circus acrobats.