Last week I had the opportunity to head over to Balance Studios in beautiful Philly where Phil Migliarese was having open mat allowing students to pick his brain over the intricacies of Jiu Jitsu. Had a really good time and got some great tips regarding technique - here's some pics I took while there.
At the Baltimore Comic Con, I was also promoting my new webcomic, Monsters of MMA. I am putting up one page per week and am allowing the viewers to cast their vote and decide who wins the match. Page 1 and 2 are already up and stay tuned since this is gonna get better and better. Here are some more sketches, photos, etc. of the con!
This one was for an all Hulk sketch book so I figured I'd try to do something a little different and show Hulk doing a scene from Macbeth using Wolverines skull.
I was a bit surprised that an 11 year girl wanted me to draw Jack Skelington and Marilyn Manson together but I aim to please. Apologies for messing up the tie - didn't have reference.
I did a whole bunch more but in the craziness didn't get a chance to take a photo every time - anyone who's got one please let me know and I'll hook ya up!
Lastly, a young girl who stopped by the booth named Ebony Burns was kind enough to give me her own rendition of Kimbo Slice and I promised to put it up here for her. I'm heading over to Balance Studio in Philly for their seminar and some training - I'll be sure to post some pics from it soon - ciao!
Last week's convention was a ton of fun and definitely the best turnout I've had so far. Did tons of sketches and sold copies of crap so good times was had by all. By far the highlight of the convention was stopping by and chatting with Erik Larsen, creator of my all time favorite comic, Savage Dragon. I have him briefly in First Fight #2 and he was kind enough to ink up a quick portrait of me which will be framed and hung and stared at constantly by yours truly. I'll be adding more sketches and pictures in the next couple days.