Tag: drawing

Dagger draws Dagger. This was bound to happen one day. I first encountered the characters Cloak and Dagger in a Spider-Man comic book (not their origin) that they guest-starred in. Did they Marvel Team-Up?

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Its funny how sometimes 20 years could just fly by without you realizing it, until something reminds you of the past. In 1991, X-Men #1 came out, written by Chris Claremont and drawn by none other than Jim Lee, would change the way I draw forever. From then on, I’ve collected every book Jim has drawn.

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[And] when I draw the character [Superman], I put the ‘S’ on last, because that’s the thing that defines him and empowers him. Without it, he’s just another superhero with a cape. But when you put the ‘S’ symbol on, it raises him to an iconic level.

— Jim Lee, on drawing Superman for DC’s “For Tomorrow” story arch

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I created Alex, Charlie and Joey during my college years. They were nothing more than doodles of my ideal girls, made mostly out of boredom waiting for the next class to begin. Its only fitting that on this day, November 11, 2011, that I solidify them.

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Back in 2008, I was given the honor of drawing a two-page short narrative from writer Cherie Donovan called “The Sweetest Thing”, and was published through OrangUtan’s Eleventh Hour Volume 1 Anthology graphic novel. When me and a friend of mine got to talking about art and comics, he never knew my art got published. He said it should be in my site, and I said it was.

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