So this past year I´ve produced a bunch of covers for the swedish and norwegian The Phantom comic books (swe: Fantomen/nor: Fantomet). I grew up reading this magazine so it´s been great fun and an honor getting to work on it now. I´ve already finished one cover for next year and I will be drawing a second one shortly but I thought I´d share the ones from this year here for now. I´ve posted them in the order in which they were drawn.
Whoa, long time no post! Jeez!! Shamefully I´ve been neglecting all my social media because of working on a bunch of different projects.
Anyways, here´s a drawing I felt inspired to put together last friday night when I really should have been doing proper work. I just couldn´t help myself after seeing stuff from the new Batman/Turtles crossover and had to get this fan art out of my system.
I´ve been busy drawing a comic together with Daniel Freedman (Undying love, Burn the Orphanage) called Onyx. Now Mr. Freedman is looking into getting backing to also turn the script into a short film so I´d like to promote that project here.
I´ll soon return to the blog with some art for the comic as well as other doodles and scribbles but in the meanwhile check out the kickstarter:
Over christmas vacation I took some time to sit down and draw some comic book pages. All of this was done purely for my own enjoyment and it´s not work produced for anyone.
First up is a couple of Conan pages. I found a script online somewhere and decided to take a stab at it.
The pages in B/W line art for anyone interested in that.
A small pause between comic book pages in form of a quick sketch of the caped crusader.
Then back to more comic book pages featuring none other than the caped crusader. This is all just made up by yours truelly, no script used. Obviously.
And that´s it for this time! Thanks!
This is obviously my humble go at redesigning some awesome DC comics characters in a noir kind of way. It´s so obvious that I had to write it on every single one of the images.
Sometimes you just have to draw monsters fighting eachother. Over what is irrelevant.
Felt like I haven´t been painting in forever so I´ve started doing studies just for fun.
These are a couple of those quickies. First one is from True Grit, second is from Jacob´s Ladder (I think).
This is a study from a photo of a 1968 Camaro. I have no clue when it comes to cars but I had tons of fun painting this one.
The title of this post specified “automobiles” as in plural. I lied.
Some personal stuff in this post. First up, a drawing of some minigun/gatling gun toting girl.
Can´t say I prefer the original, more pulp-esque Batman to the modern version but I felt like drawing him.
Quick sketches done to try out some digital brushes.
A quick sketch to try out a physical brush.
And lastly it´s my version of my friend Joakim Hellstedts design of a post apocalyptic me.