It felt terrific to have some uninterrupted time to work on this set of Trekker pages. Any artist will tell you that a nice block of time working on one project will get the best results. I’d love to have more of these chunks of time! And since on one is paying me to produce […]
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Excited for NEXT WEEKEND, March 27-29 when ECCC takes over downtown Seattle! I will be there as always. My table will be part of the large Periscope Studio Island of tables, Booth 1214. On hand will be various Trekker goodies, original art, commissions upon request, and also the snazzy new Ron Randall Sketchbook, making its […]
I just completed a very fun, somewhat challenging commission for a loyal Trekker fan. I was asked to “re-create” the cover of the first issue of Trekker, a work I had originally done for Dark Horse back in 1987. Other than the fan’s request that I include the terrific logo that John Workman came up […]
Just finished the terrific Baltimore Comic Con, and looking ahead to RCCC in two short weeks! Here are some of the commissions from Baltimore– a fun collection! Plus, many great conversations with Trekker fans, both old and new. Hope to repeat both the experiences at Rose City. See you there!
Thrilled to have both the Trekker Omnibus and the new TPB “The Train to Avalon Bay” out in print, we forge ahead with the next of Mercy St. Clair’s adventures at trekkercomic.com as Mercy becomes entangled with a desperate plan to get a young woman named Jekka out of the crosshairs of a team […]
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- Here are a few selected quick storyboards from a recent commercial project. The storyboard process, while similar in lots of ways to the breaking down of a comic book sequence, has its own rules and criteria. And in fact these change from one job to the next, given the specific nature of each particular project. […] Read More »
- I had the fun task of creating this over-the-top superhero-style poster for the great local beer meisters Portland Brewery and their seasonal special S.M.A.S.H. Pale Ale. These big, splashy images are always a real treat– a chance to stretch out and “get loud” with the art. And Portland Brewery was a dream to work with. […] Read More »
- I just finished this watercolor commission for a great fan. I’ve always had a liking for Supergirl, particularly after having had a run of issues a few years back. And being able to push some watercolor around is always a lot of fun. Plus, it gives me the chance to put in a word for […] Read More »