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Keiren took photos of all my con sketches at Denver Comic Con in June and I was intending to do a blog post about them (and how much I loved Denver!) but…no time for anything but drawing Batman 66!
So here’s Bat-Mite. 
This was the first con where I started putting color on sketches. I generally do greys and the occasional red, but I asked Keiren to get me a red and blue for superhero colors, and a flesh tone. Forgot I was asking a colorist! She ended up buying a handful of colors and I ended up using them. Planning to buy some more markers before FanExpo—I kept borrowing a green marker off of the artists beside me, and more than once I was wishing for an orange.

Keiren took photos of all my con sketches at Denver Comic Con in June and I was intending to do a blog post about them (and how much I loved Denver!) but…no time for anything but drawing Batman 66!

So here’s Bat-Mite. 

This was the first con where I started putting color on sketches. I generally do greys and the occasional red, but I asked Keiren to get me a red and blue for superhero colors, and a flesh tone. Forgot I was asking a colorist! She ended up buying a handful of colors and I ended up using them. Planning to buy some more markers before FanExpo—I kept borrowing a green marker off of the artists beside me, and more than once I was wishing for an orange.

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Granny Goodness and Virman Vundabar, a sketch from March’s Toronto ComiCon, 

Granny Goodness and Virman Vundabar, a sketch from March’s Toronto ComiCon, 

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My very first con sketch last weekend was an unexpected request—Golden Glider! Luckily, the request came with pages of reference…not sure I would have known where to start. Toronto ComiCon 2014

My very first con sketch last weekend was an unexpected request—Golden Glider! Luckily, the request came with pages of reference…not sure I would have known where to start. Toronto ComiCon 2014

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Wonder Woman sketch cover, Toronto ComiCon 2014.

This ended up being one of my favourite drawings of the weekend (got to do a Big Barda which automatically wins). Made the owner nervous with my method though…  In order to make sure my sketch fits and includes all the elements I want, I sketch it first on a piece of paper overtop the cover. Then I just cover the back of the sketch with pencil for a MacGyvered carbon copy—when that’s done, I position the sketch over the cover and just quickly draw over my sketch with a sharp pencil or a pen. Then…all I have to do is tighten the pencil lines and ink/colour. But this poor guy panicked when he saw the paper—thought I’d misunderstood and I was just drawing on that to give him. Had to reassure him that all was well…

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