I was the colorist of this page when it was originally published. It was a Zenescope book, so it wasn’t inked. However, I believe Sheldon Goh is an up and coming talent and I wanted to showcase how I envisioned his work presented. He does great with pencil, but I think he would really shine at one of the bigger publishers with a good inker (not claiming to be that inker, just showing my version).
Can’t complain. When the work is flowing and the paychecks are coming in, I’m a happy camper. Here’s a few things that have come out since my last post about a month (yikes!) ago.
Call of Wonderland [Zenescope] #1, cover A. Pencils by Anthony Spay.
The Jungle Book [Zenescope] #3, cover B. Pencils by Carlos Granda.
Currently been very busy with Ron Randall’s Trekker series. Publication announcements coming soon, I promise, but for now you can see some of it online at trekkercomic.com where Ron is posting all the old work. We’re about half through posting my new colors on the old Trekker Color Special from Dark Horse.
I was asked to color this exclusive cover for Zenescope’s Kickstarter campaign. I guess it is going to be used on only 250 copies of Grimm Fairy Tales: Myths & Legends #18 as an incentive reward to larger contributors to the Kickstarter thing. I don’t know much about that stuff, though. I just color.
I thought this cover would be a good one to use for recording my process, too. Normally, when I post them to YouTube, I speed them up, but this one I kept actual speed. That’s how I like to watch others work, so I can really see what they are doing and how quick they do it, so that’s why I did it this time. I’d love to do a commentary, but I just don’t have the time. Someday…
Anyhow, here’s the cover with awesome lines by Jamal Igle and a link to the video. It’s 3.5 hours long and available to watch at up to the full res of my Cintiq (1600×1200) so you can watch as if you were looking over my shoulder. Thanks for checking it out.
I noticed this page was posted on the Zenescope blog (http://blog.zenescope.com/2012/04/zenescoop-previews-alice-5/) so I figure it’s safe to post here. Awesome lines by Sheldon Goh who I worked with on the Grimm Fairy Tales: Special Edition 2011 a while back. I’d love to be able to work with him more. Enough yammerin’. Here’s the page.
Just noticed the solicits were out for these books that I did the covers on.
First up is a Call of Wonderland #1 cover by Anthony Spay. I colored an alternate cover of this, too, but don’t see it announced, so you’ll have to wait to see it.
Publisher: ZENESCOPE ENTERTAINMENT INC
(W) Dan Wickline (A) TBD (CA) Anthony Spay
The COUNTDOWN to the brand new WONDERLAND ongoing series begins here!!! The Jabberwocky has been defeated. The Queen of Hearts is dead and Wonderland is in a state of chaos with no ruler on the throne. Enter the Red Knight who is determined to destroy all of Wonderland and the world at large by unleashing a deadly ancient force long thought to be gone. Meanwhile on earth, a literary student researching Lovecraft will discover a long forgotten secret that could save or damn us all. Don’t miss out on this incredible mini-series that sets the stage for the upcoming Wonderland ongoing series! Featuring covers by Zenescope superstar artist Anthony Spay and long time Wonderland fan favorite Rich Bonk.
Item Code: MAR121288
In Shops: 5/23/2012
Next is a Grimm Fairy Tales Presents: The Jungle Book #3 cover by Carlos Granda.
Written by Mark L. Miller, art by Carlos Granda, covers by Pasquale Qualano, Carlos Granda.
As tragedy strikes and mother wolf lies dead, Mowglii sets off on a quest for vengeance against Shere Khan and the rest of the tiger clan. With the treaty now broken, nothing will stop Mowglii from getting her revenge. But even her determination may not be enough when she comes face to face with the unpredictable apes of the jungle.