Posted 8 hours ago

Rick ‘The Savage’ Cheek.
Great guy. Feels like fighting a mountain when we spar haha.

Posted 9 hours ago
I'm just doing a story that I started back in the 80's that I will put out as a zine for a few issues and see what happens. I just don't seem to have the control to do the loose kind of line I'm comfortable with in those tiny boxes. Makes me wonder how Dave Gibbons or Bill Sienkiewicz made it work.
drawhall asked

I have met and sat at Bill’s table a couple of times at conventions, he is great friends with my friends, not that he knows me, but the real trick is that he just draws all the time, big or small, all the time! Barron Storey, my teacher and a good friend of Bill’s draws in his Journals every second he can when he is out and about: dinner, drinks, talking, on the bus, where ever. He can draw anything because he is drawing all the time. I think you can teach yourself to draw any size and any way you want, but i understand. the most comfortable size is larger for me. I actually like to draw really big on the wall when i’m doing personal work but for comics, the 19x5x13” is as big as i’ll ever go. 

I am glad you are getting back to your old story, I think everyone has an interesting story to tell, and hopefully more than one, haha.  I will definitely keep watching your posts to see how it comes along. Please by all means send me a message if you have questions, want me to give my dumb opinion on some work or if you want to say hi. 

Posted 23 hours ago
Howdy, what size do you use for your comics? I'm finding 11x17 too small to get anything done to my satisfaction.
drawhall asked

Hi,
I like to draw very large, so i set my page size to 19.5x13 inches. I know its a little rediculous but it works for me. It might be slightly off for standard comics (proportionately) but i just tweek it when I’m resizing to go to press. Note that if you put a lot of detail in your work it will take you longer; more space to fill.

Are you working on a book at the moment or doing sample pages?

If you have other questions, ask away.

Posted 1 day ago

Morning sketch of MMA fighter Rick Cheek. Nice guy, heavy hitter.

Posted 1 day ago
Its probably time to shave.

Its probably time to shave.

Posted 1 day ago
Tony tony tony.. Hello
Anonymous asked

Hello there, nice to hear from you anon. How are you on this tuesday?

Posted 2 days ago

(Source: ted)

Posted 4 days ago

I’ve come to the realization that I have a very random assortment of subject matter in my work. Weirdo.

Happy day folks.

Posted 5 days ago

Mike Muir (Suicidal Tendencies), Tom Araya (Slayer)

Mike Muir (Suicidal Tendencies), Tom Araya (Slayer)

(Source: suburbanstorm)

Posted 6 days ago

selucha:

I shot this during a parade in Guanajuato this past Sunday, thought I’d share!

Posted 1 week ago
spooky-louie:

is this louie ck ??

spooky-louie:

is this louie ck ??

(Source: sifu-kisu)

Posted 1 week ago

Fighting

If you pair yourself against someone else and they best you, even if no one sees, acknowledge it. Own it. Don’t hide behind the ignorance of others just to further your career. It belittles the relationship you had with your opponent and makes you a coward.

Posted 1 week ago

Good luck tonite Nicolea! #phas3 #NicoleaCury #MMA

Posted 1 week ago

Issue 5 of #thefinalplague is out on the stands, if haven’t picked it up, you should. Also the trade collecting all 5 issues is ready for order from any of your shops, so ask for that as well. Thanks. #jdArnold #actionLabEntertainment

Posted 1 week ago

If you haven’t picked up your copy of The Final Plague 5, go to your shop and get it. This wraps up the first story arch and also wraps up my run in the story.