Nice drawing of GL Kyle Rayner reading. I'm going to post it in my classroom, since I had something to do with his creation. I teach middle school English now. Training the next generation of comic book writers. Great thing about being a GL, is you always have a nightlight to read by! ;-) Again, good job! ~Kevin Dooley, ex-GL Editor
Anonymous

Thanks very much! Really glad you liked it and also thanks for playing some part in the creation of why I got into comics. 

craigcermak:

Batman and Robin for the Omega-Sketch blog this week: http://omegasketch.blogspot.com/ I used the New Batman Adventures cartoon designs for the characters, because… I can…

ramonvillalobos:

Awhile ago I was having a conversation with my friend Craig about the Green Lantern and how it would be cool to approach his villains from the vantage point of Jordan being a clean cut successful white American male in the 1960s like on Mad Men and what kind of people would piss him off aside from the standard thieves, alien invaders, and whatnot.
I picked a few of my favorite characters and re-imagined them as part of the cultural fringe of the 60’s, the kind of people that Hal Jordan would just really want to punch in the face so Sonar became a burnt out hippy in the vein of Charles Manson, Tattooed Man became a communist with crazy mystic Russian gulag tattoos, Black Hand became a Satanic nihilist beat poet, and the Invisible Destroyer became a drag queen. Just representatives of ideas that would have challenged traditional American values for Hal Jordan to defend.
After I was done I thought these really don’t have to be Green Lantern characters at all and could easily just be a superhero team but you know… whatever.

ramonvillalobos:

Awhile ago I was having a conversation with my friend Craig about the Green Lantern and how it would be cool to approach his villains from the vantage point of Jordan being a clean cut successful white American male in the 1960s like on Mad Men and what kind of people would piss him off aside from the standard thieves, alien invaders, and whatnot.

I picked a few of my favorite characters and re-imagined them as part of the cultural fringe of the 60’s, the kind of people that Hal Jordan would just really want to punch in the face so Sonar became a burnt out hippy in the vein of Charles Manson, Tattooed Man became a communist with crazy mystic Russian gulag tattoos, Black Hand became a Satanic nihilist beat poet, and the Invisible Destroyer became a drag queen. Just representatives of ideas that would have challenged traditional American values for Hal Jordan to defend.

After I was done I thought these really don’t have to be Green Lantern characters at all and could easily just be a superhero team but you know… whatever.

craigcermak:

Tomar Re, of the Green Lantern Corps! Thought the black and white with the green behind it looked cool so I put that up as well. Done for this week’s Omegasketch blog: http://omegasketch.blogspot.com/

No answer. :( Please do a sketch of the Crime Syndicate, or at the very least Ultraman! You're so talented!
Anonymous

Sorry about that, we’ve both been super busy with work we haven’t had as much time to do sketches as of late. Maybe sometime soon one of us will get around to it.

craigcermak:

Pixar was the theme at the ol’ sketchblog this past week, so here’s my contribution. Go check out the others, lot of great ones: http://omegasketch.blogspot.com/

craigcermak:

Pixar was the theme at the ol’ sketchblog this past week, so here’s my contribution. Go check out the others, lot of great ones: http://omegasketch.blogspot.com/

Love your stuff, I wanted to use one of your images for my facebook profile pic. Lol Is that cool?
Anonymous

Sure, go for it, I don’t mind.

craigcermak:

Catwoman in her Batman the Animated Series costume head-and-bust-and-torso sketch done for my pal Carli’s copy of The Vitruvian Underground. She’s an amazing artist so you should check out her work and follow her and all that stalkery goodness: http://love-the-rain.deviantart.com/
I had offered free sketches to the first ten people to buy a copy and those slots have been filled. I did additional ones for those who bought more than one copy, so thank you to those who did!
You can read a good chunk of the book here: http://www.vitruvianunderground.com/index/webcomic.html 
And buy it here: http://clubchevon.bigcartel.com/
Only $3!

craigcermak:

Catwoman in her Batman the Animated Series costume head-and-bust-and-torso sketch done for my pal Carli’s copy of The Vitruvian Underground. She’s an amazing artist so you should check out her work and follow her and all that stalkery goodness: http://love-the-rain.deviantart.com/

I had offered free sketches to the first ten people to buy a copy and those slots have been filled. I did additional ones for those who bought more than one copy, so thank you to those who did!

You can read a good chunk of the book here: http://www.vitruvianunderground.com/index/webcomic.html 

And buy it here: http://clubchevon.bigcartel.com/

Only $3!

craigcermak:

MAD MEN piece featuring Pete Campbell for the sketch-blog I’m a part of. Lots of good ones so go check em out! http://omegasketch.blogspot.com/ 

craigcermak:

MAD MEN piece featuring Pete Campbell for the sketch-blog I’m a part of. Lots of good ones so go check em out! http://omegasketch.blogspot.com/ 

craigcermak:

Cobra Commander head-sketch done for someone’s copy of The Vitruvian Underground.
I had offered free sketches to the first ten people to buy a copy and those slots have been filled. I did additional ones for those who bought more than one copy, so thank you to those who did!
You can read a good chunk of the book here: http://www.vitruvianunderground.com/index/webcomic.html 
And buy it here: http://clubchevon.bigcartel.com/
Only $3!

craigcermak:

Cobra Commander head-sketch done for someone’s copy of The Vitruvian Underground.

I had offered free sketches to the first ten people to buy a copy and those slots have been filled. I did additional ones for those who bought more than one copy, so thank you to those who did!

You can read a good chunk of the book here: http://www.vitruvianunderground.com/index/webcomic.html 

And buy it here: http://clubchevon.bigcartel.com/

Only $3!