Thursday, 27 November 2014

C is for Captain Marvel

Here's another of these, and this time it's the wonderful Captain Marvel.

Captain Marvel is © Marvel Comics and is used here in a fan-arty non-profit way!

Thursday, 20 November 2014

F is for Falcon

Here's another one of these, and this time it's The Falcon.

I know he's Captain America now, but I was reading Mad Bomb recently, and liked him there, so here he is!

It's out of order too, but when I started pottering away on these I was doing each character in a different style. That really wasn't looking good however, so I'll be re-doing earlier ones as well as doing new ones.

The Falcon is ©Marvel Comics, and is used here in a strickly not-for-profit, fan-arty way!

Tuesday, 11 November 2014

J and K

J is for Jocasta and K is for Klaw...

I liked both of these at their creation, but not so much after they were developed over the years.

All the characters I'm doing here are ©Marvel Comics, and it's just a bit of fun.

Sunday, 9 November 2014

H and I

H is for Hawkeye, and I is for Invisible Woman.

The Invisible Woman one is supposed to be like the 1960s Kirby version, as that's the best one!

Both characters are obviously ©Marvel Comics!

Friday, 7 November 2014

G is for Ghost Rider

I always have some things on the go for when I have a day free, and one of those is an A to Z of Marvel characters. Mostly I just potter away on this and it sits in a folder on my hard drive, but I thought I'd post the latest one up here: G is for Ghost Rider.

I may shove the others up too.

The Ghost Rider is ©Marvel Comics, and this is simply part of a fan-arty tribute!

Sunday, 12 October 2014

A conversation, in colour!

This is page one of my painted version of this conversation. I felt that I had to try it painted to see if it'd work, but to be honest, I'm not sure if I don't prefer it in blue pencil.

Drawing bits are done in MangaStudio, painted bits are all Photoshop with my own crappy brush.

There is no dialogue. We've all had (or will have) conversations like the one I'm trying to show here, and I wanted the reader to be projecting their own story onto the page. Acting as a voyeur into both this story and their own.

Comments and Critiques gratefully received!

©2014 Jonathan Wyke

Friday, 10 October 2014

A conversation comes to an end

Third page of this mini-story, now onto finishing it somehow, and I still haven't decided on inks, painting or textured pencils...

©2014 Jonathan Wyke