Sunday, May 25, 2014

#LOSH (Legion of Super-Heroes) Sketch Cards





    



LOSH (Legion of Super-Heroes) Sketch Cards 2.5” x 3.5”
Pitt Pens on cardstock

Ultra Boy - 05/2014
Quislet - 05/2014
Kono - 05/2014
Shadow Lass - 05/2014
Element Lad  - 05/2014
Stone Boy - 05/2014
Matter-Eater Lad - 2013
Blok - 05/2014

I’m trying to get a sketch card drawn during break each day at the day job. Some are better than others, but with the Legion there’s almost no limit to characters to draw.

-Bobgar



Wednesday, May 14, 2014

b-one FUNZIES!

b-one FUNZIES! Uh, oh. Not another author draws himself into a comic strip! I used to do it a whole lot around the turn of the century. Wow, that makes me sound really old. Anyway, I used to do egotrip comics online back then. Maybe I'll dust off the old back up hard drive and see if I can locate them. They were a hoot, and were also a four panel strip.

I like this strip even if I'm not fat enough in it. Nor bald enough. One of these days I'll get it right. A word of advice to all if you do autobio comics; don't gain weight once you learn to draw yourself! Or go bald. Or listen to any of my advice.

Please enjoy responsibly,
Bobgar Ornelas

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Asthma 2002




2002 in the year of our lord I was afflicted and diagnosed with asthma. Not asthma attacks or what you would see portrayed on television.  Rather, my lung capacity was diminished to 25% of what it should have been.  I was out of work for eight months during that time.
One of the main medications was prednisone, a steroid, that is widely known to cause the user to gain weight and or swell up. The good news is that I had time to read and draw comics.
I'm not sure but I think this was supposed to be published in the never finished, never published b-one comics volume one #4. No touch ups done on this image. The paper aged oddly.

Ink on bristol board 9"x12". 2002

Friday, May 9, 2014

King Bone Press: The Early Years




In February of 2001 I painted this little postcard sized self portrait. Not a very good painting or likeness but I did seem to like it at the time. I don't know which came first, this or the ink drawing of the same image. What I do know is that the ink drawing  was used for the initial King Bone Press logo. This was long before Westhoff joined, and subsequently took over 95% of the KBP publishing duties, and adorned the back covers of the three issues of b-one comics volume one. I have not been able to locate that particular piece of artwork but when I do I'll be sure to post it.

Not all change is good, but holy hell am I glad that I got rid of this thing once we started publishing again years later.

-Bobgar Ornelas

High School Drawings!

 
I should have been paying attention in class, but I drew this Spidey in May of 1993. 21 freakin' years ago. When I had hair on my head.

Looks like felt pen ink and ballpoint pen colors.

Thursday, May 1, 2014

N*W*C


Was it ten years ago or longer when I was taken to see a play called N*gger W*tback Ch*nk? Also known as N*W*C. I remember liking it very much but what really stood out to me is when I examined the playbill, shown here, and saw that Steven T. Seagle was one of the writers. I was a big fan of Seagle's work on Sandman Mystery Theatre at the time and was pleasantly surprised to see his name on it.

I found this while moving some stuff around in the garage because I was working on my truck. Sometimes being a packrat has its advantages.

Anyway the play is about childhood expectations, prejudice, and coming to terms with racial identity.

Hey look, they're still at it.
http://www.nwclive.com/

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