Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Drink n Draw Quickie

I didn't expect to do any drawing last night at the bars but I did manage to squeak this one out. Still in the Halloween theme, it's a good ol' mummy. A fairly static shot, but in my defense it was pretty dark in there.

3"x 5.75"  pencil on newsprint


Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Warm Up Sketch: Capwolf!

Another warm up sketch that took a tad bit too long (darn research). This one is of the infamous "Capwolf". Yeah, Marvel decided to turn Cappy into a werewolf in a six part story way back in 1992. Sounds kind of ridiculous, but let's face it, it looks pretty cool. In the tradition of October & Halloween I thought it was a fitting little sketch. I hope you like it.

Capwolf. 5.5"x7" Ink on Bristol

Friday, October 7, 2011

Apocalypse...Meh Process

Process.

For todays post I thought I'd share a little bit of my process from script to inks and partial letters. This is the first panel to the next Apocalypse...Meh two page short story scheduled to be printed in my self published comic, b-one #6. Jon Westhoff wrote the script as per usual which I included here. Next on the list if the blue line roughs which were hard to show so a turned up the contrast and threshold. Next are the pencils. Since I ink my own pencils I tend to leave them pretty rough. The next step is my favorite! When I ink I add depth and weight to the figure work and put in shadows and fill in blacks. This story doesn't have many shadows, since it is set in the day and is a light comical piece. Next is logo placement which I do in phostoshop. I usually letter my own comics as well, but that step is missing here because I will not be lettering this story.

So that's a very truncated view into my process for a panel. I'd like to note that there would be much more here if this had been my first time depicting these characters, There's be character outlines, roughs etc. Because I was already familiar with the characters and the way they interact I did most of the placement directly on the artboard. I love these characters, I had a lot of fun doing this story.

Well that's it. This seems pretty self indulgent to me but I have been asked for process stuff, so here it is.
P.E.A.C.E.

Apocalypse Meh Process

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

More random commissions & sketch cards

More random commissions, sketch cards, warm ups, EOC Sketchbook Challenge and Drink n Draw pieces.

I hope you like what you see. Left to right, top to bottom: Shetterstar, Cable, Cerebus, Calvin and Hobbes, Doomsday, Sandman, Madman, The origin of Deadpool, Black Bolt, Usagi Yojimbo (for LA Rabbit), Star Wars bounty hunters, and Wildcat.

All pieces are 5.5"x7" Ink on Bristol except The Origin of Deadpool 12"x9" Ink on Bristol

Comissions_Ornelas

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Spider-Man Rogues

I'm a little late in posting these little peices. I did them in Augut for the oft mentioned EOC Sketchbook Challenge. They were all fun to do, I tried new things with each susequent piece. People seem to like them. What do you think? All pieces are 5.5"x7" Ink on Bristol

Left to Right. Top to bottom: The Kingpin, The Kangaroo, J. Jonah Jameson, The Spot, Venom (Brock), zombie Kraven the Hunter, The Spot, Venom (Brock), White Rabbit, and The Vulture.

Spider-Man Rogues by Bobgar Ornelas.

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