Hb lead and graphite dust on bristol board.
Grew up in the late 60s early 70s with SGT Rock. Attribute my fascination with history to this character. Big fan of the Haunted Tank as well. You've captured the old solder very nicely. Strong work. Thanks for the memory jog.
amazing work...love ur pencil stuff mostly...are u a self taught artist?
well i've always had a passion for drawing. and i also went to art school. i graduated with a BFA in illustration from the Savannah College of Art and Design.
would you say that the some of the skill you have today is down to what you learnt in illustration?...sorry if these questions are annoying
well i feel like i'm a constant student. i also learned a great deal after college from every studio i visited and every artist i hung out with. and i know a lot of pros who have no formal training and they are some of the best in the business. between the internet and your local library and bookstores you can learn most anything.
Sweet sketch bud!!!
Great tribute to a legend!
I love this sketchy look. You have the right amount of detail where there needs to be.
You really captured his face!
I hate you. And by "hate" I mean "love".
Absolutely. You captured that feel wonderfully here. I would love to see more Rock and Kubert inspired stuff. You have the knack for it.
Mind blowing pencils! I'd love to see Sean Murphy inks over your pencil-work.
Sketch has got PUNCH!!!
Great work--the graphite gives it a really good gritty feel to it.
Nice work. And awesome homage to Joe K.
yeah he was the man. lots of raw emotion in his drawings and ink work. you could smell the gun powder and burnt dead bodies and really hear and feel that primal scream.
killer! love it.