Ron will indeed be at the San Diego ComicCon again this year. He will be installed immovably at table space FF17 in hallowed Artist Alley, selling original pages and doing convention sketches. If you are at the show, he hopes you will come by and say Hello. A word to the wise: Artist Alley is an oasis of relative calm in the storm that is ComicCon.
While still busy working on the graphic novels “Silence & Co” and “Anne Steelyard”, Ron also recently executed this full-color piece of proposal art for a new client:
Here are two pages from the projects Ron has on the board at the moment: graphic novels “Silence & Co“, a crime action drama and “Anne Steelyard“, an adventure tale set in the deserts of the Middle East in 1909.
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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 »