Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Merc with a Mouth!

So here it is folks! A long overdue sketch cover for a great couple of fans that are picking this up at the Baltimore Comic-Con! I present to you: DEADPOOL!


Deadpool #50 Variant Sketch Cover


This was my first time drawing the Merc with a Mouth, but it was definitely fun!

Thanks for stopping by! More to come...

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Ninjas, Ghosts & DVDs--OH MY!!!

    Welcome, welcome, welcome my friends!!! Things have been quite hectic around here as I scramble to complete my NEW creator-owned mini-series (which will be will previewed here for those of you that visit/subscribe to my blog)! Until then, however, I've also been finishing up some long overdue commissions for great fans that I've met at Cons! Below is an original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles sketch done for a cool guy named Nick:

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Sketch (Original Masks)

    Meanwhile, The Pehap-crew and I would love it if you visited The Perhapanauts' Facebook page and "LIKE" us to raise awareness of the new Haps adventures (coming this November)! You can head on over to Todd's blog (www.perhapanauts.com) to get a sneak peek of the new cover. Also, take a look below to check out this cool little logo that Craig worked up to get the word out on Facebook:

by Craig Rousseau

    Oh, and if you haven't heard already you can now get your copy of Morgan Spurlock's and Stan Lee's Comic-Con movie (available via Amazon, eBay, etc) featuring a whole lotta' fantastic people and co-starring yours truly too!



    Well, thanks for stopping by! I've got to head back to the "drawing board" to finish more commissions and comic pages! Stay tuned to the next edition of the blogfolio for a new sketch-cover:

DEADPOOL.

--Until next time, be blessed!
                              
                                 -Eric

Thursday, August 2, 2012

A Portrait Between Pages!

Here is a quick update: this is a commissioned portrait that I finally managed to get to. It's sometimes tough to knock these out between comic pages, but by the grace of God this one did get done!


Barnes Portrait (18x24, pencil & marker)
 
As for those comic pages...you'll just have to wait and SEE! But until then, check out this quick, Spidey cover I did for an awesome con-goer:




Until next time! Thanks for stopping by!