Saturday, October 31, 2009

Newer stuff

Been working on some sequential stuff recently of my own- and by 'my own' I mean 'my pencils'
Hope you guys like em.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Harley Quinn, for the hell of it. I've been doing a lot of flat shaded stuff recently, so it was nice to do something more painterly.
Some Miller inspired Batman. Pushing my linework a bit more than normal.
Mock Spidey cover. I tend to work quite small, usually taking up about an A5 sheet for most of my work. This was a full size bristol board drawing, inked and coloured in Photoshop.

Harley and Bats are DC's, and Spidey's owned by Marvel.

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Manifest Destiny

Coloured this one up just for fun. Lines by the amazing Dan Panosian
I love Dan's work, particularly in this issue- with some artists getting tighter and tighter with ridiculous amount of detail, his brushwork is a breath of fresh air- he gets the detail where it needs to be, and has gestural brushwork where its useful. Great storytelling, great style- Dan Panosian is definitely one of my favourite artists out there.

Thursday, March 26, 2009


Little known fact, the real source of Wolverine's super strong bones.
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Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Balrick Pencils

I've never been mad about posting pencils online, but I'm happy enough with how these are turning out. This is some of Balrick's origin story, which I'm using as a warmup for Lykos.

Friday, February 27, 2009

Trying out for a job for the Zuda competition. Didn't get it, but I'm happy with the result. Story by Shannon Cronin. Lines and colours by me.

Test page for Lykos, one of my personal projects. Lines, Inks and colours by me.

A couple of bits from Angel: Not Fade Away, writted by Scott Tipton, Lines by Stephen Mooney and colours by myself

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Some pages I coloured for Vincent Price Presents #7, 'Night of the Skunk' written by Chad Helder, Lines by Brain Hess and Colours by myself.

Comics Blog

Right, so this is my new blog to focus purely on my exploits in the comic book industry, be it writing, pencilling, inking or colouring.

I'm always looking for more work, be it for comics or otherwise. A wider range of my work can be found here

You can email me at charco productions at g mail dot com, except without the spaces.