Final cover design for Ronin Dogs Zero.
One of my Auto Assembly preshow commissions. Lines by http://kingoji.tumblr.com/ (who is available for commissions ahead of the show). For details of all the artists sketching check out the details here:
And full details on how to get your sketches coloured by me my earlier post explains it all (mostly… in part…): http://wordmongerer.tumblr.com/post/91993683270/so-all-the-artists-attending-aa-have-put-up-their
Going to Auto Assembly? You could pick up a robotically beautiful commission coloured by John-Paul Bove. Details are above!
Captain America gets a new shield.
So all the artists attending AA have put up their preorders now for black and white sketches so now comes the colours!
Let me know which artist you have ordered the sketch from and which character/s you have ordered. You will also need to let me know which days you will be attending. I will contact them and arrange (if possible) to get a scan of it ahead of the show to have it ready for collection. Where that isn’t possible I will be able to collect it during the show, scan it, colour it and print it.
UNLIKE HAND COLOURED SKETCHES YOU GET TO KEEP THE BLACK AND WHITE VERSION AND YOU ALSO GET A DIGITALLY COLOURED VERSION ON GLOSSY PAPER (pretty much like the pic).
A4 Prices are:
Head shot: £10
Full body: £20
Anything in-between: £15
Simple backgrounds; +£5
Extra characters full body: £15
I will also be able to get A3 commissions printed but these would have to have linework completed before the show to have time to colour and print for collection by Sunday and if not the commissions will be done and posted after the show. A3 commission prices depend on the complexity (an 11x17 inch cover with 10 characters involves a lot more time and work than a pin-up). Let me know what you have ordered and I can give you a quote!
PAYMENT by PayPal in advance means the sketch will definitely be ready sooner than payment by cash on the day. Any questions or to confirm a colour commission and leaving me the info above at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks guys - SEE YOU SOON!
Transformers fans would be as mad as some kind of Starscream to miss the chance to get their con sketches coloured by John-Paul Bove at Auto Assembly this year!
Welcome, brawny reader to the first chapter of The Mighty Gorebrah’s Mighty Dinner Party! When he’s not Barbarianing around the place, Gorebrah loves to cook tasty dishes for his friends and enemies alike (the enemies find it a bit odd at first, but a free meal’s a free meal).
Click and open each page in a new window to see it at its full, hefty glory. More adventures with Gorebrah soon!
Have some nonsense.
Here’s another of the 30th Anniversary Covers I did for last month’s TF books. I really REALLY wanted to pull off the G1 animated look here so I had great fun dropping away all the black lines to the background and painting it.
In cel animation often the backgrounds would be painted in a lot of texture and detail as they would last for whole scenes (and often be reused) while the objects designed to move would be more simply drawn and rendered as they would be drawn hundreds of times to cover the movement. Hence why Megs has the only black outlines on the page and why he pops forward on the page like a good ‘un.
Hope you managed to pick one up!
Another amazing Transformers cover by Guido Guidi and John-Paul Bove!
Guardians Of The Galaxy’s Starlord and Rocket Racoon from a recent set of “Phase 2” prints I did with my legal guardian, John-Paul Bove on colours.