Idris Elba sketch for another illustration I hope to finish sometime soon. Here’s the reference photo shot by Sebastian Kim. I’ve been doing some photograph studies to take a break from the cartoon style of Son of Bigfoot

St. Vincent sketch for a digital illustration I’m hoping to finish sometime. You may recognize the pose from this amazing photo taken by Kara Smarsh at SXSW earlier this year.

Since my Vengeance Trilogy posters have been getting pretty consistent attention for a while, I thought I’d share some images showing the different stages of creation for each one.

The top three images are from 2009 when I first wanted to make a poster for Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance. The rest are from 2013 when I decided to make the whole trilogy and reignited the old idea. 

It wasn’t until I decided to redraw the whole thing with bold black ink that I figured out how the color should look. The stark contrast felt more appropriate and made a bolder statement than trying to give it a realistic color scheme. The red and blue is meant to echo the South Korean flag

Prints available at my Society 6 store!

Process for Oldboy and Lady Vengeance.

Since my Vengeance Trilogy posters have been getting pretty consistent attention for a while, I thought I’d share some images showing the different stages of creation for each one.

Prints available at my Society 6 store!

Process for Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance and Oldboy.

Since my Vengeance Trilogy posters have been getting pretty consistent attention for a while, I thought I’d share some images showing the different stages of creation for each one.

Prints available at my Society 6 store!

Process for Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance and Lady Vengeance.

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Iseq (the son of bigfoot) and his best friend Elile when they were little kids. An out of context panel from Son of Bigfoot chapter 2. Inching closer and closer to launching the comic…

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Spat and Thaxel (the skunkape and bigfoot) as teenagers - by Kevin Johnson

Kevin’s working on his four page flashback sequence that will appear in chapter 2. Love this stuff. I think Spat may be my favorite character to look at in all the work we’ve done on this series so far. 

My first self-written comic and I’m already recycling visuals from my first comic collaboration back in 2011 with my buddy James. Tsk tsk

Son of Bigfoot's almost ready to launch. Just want to solidify my two chapter buffer before it gets going. Also getting my Patreon pitch video ready. Yeah comics!!!!

The Geek Zodiac Compendium hardcover is still available via Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

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Not “a” raven.

Not “the” raven.

Just “Raven.” This is Raven.

The little amount of art I’ve shared for Son of Bigfoot so far must look so random. There’s a method to the madness, I promise. Soon you will see…

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It may have been quiet around here for a bit, but Son of Bigfoot is still on track to launch before summer’s end! Chapter 1 has been completed for a while now, and I’ve been busy behind the scenes, plotting and sketching and writing various portions of the later chapters as well as preparing the website.

These are the titles for all five parts of the story:

I: The Flip
II: The Loop
III: The Merge
IV: The Creep
V: The Reach

Each part will be told through a series of 20-page chapters (aka standard comic single issues). Right now Part I is clocking in at six chapters but that could end up expanding to seven or eight if the story beats need more breathing room.

Each chapter will be released monthly (or bi-monthly) for free at sonofbigfootcomic.com. For fans there will be many ways available to show support. I’ll be launching a Patreon campaign when the first chapter is released, as well as an online shop with some sweet Son of Bigfoot merch. Of course, simply spreading the word is also a HUGE way to support this. I’ll be grateful for whatever traction this thing can get.

I cannot wait to show you this stuff. Stay tuned!

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