Guy Davis Website update / new sketchbook
That time of year again for some shameful self promotion~ Just finished a big website update with alot of new images added to the illustration section. Also some news on the TCM Underground illos I've been doing and the second volume of Sketch Macabre is now avaliable in the "for sale" section.
Sorry, no sneak peeks at the new BPRD/Garden of Souls allowed~ yet...
Stuff looks great (as usual) Guy!
Awesome! gonna try and get me one of them sketchbooks.
Good to see another one of these babies comming up. I'll try tu squeez it somwhere into my budget. Also... great new Dick Tracy ilos!
I wanna get my hands on some Guy Davis style action figures.
Who do I need to speak to Guy?
Is Mezzco on the case?
Some Nevermen figures would be cool as!
I just want to say unabashedly that Guy Davis is a genius! I recommend that all of you check out his website, purchase his Original Art pages, or at the very least purchase his sketchbook. Please support Guy in any way that you can. He's one of the good one's for sure!
Told what to do by mice
I really like the new sketchbook!
It shows a wider variety of what Guy is capeable of doing. He can draw freaky Lovecraftian monsters, cartoony robot detectives, conan, victorian steampunk, the woiiks!
And I dunno if anyone has settled who owns the rights to Dick Tracy, but it seems like when it's sorted out the right artist to do a killer story is clear: Guy Davis!
I'll second that, as long as it wouldn't interfere with Guy's deadlines on BPRD. :)
Originally Posted by Petersen
Not a good monkey
The Night of the Living Dead art is great. I'd love to see Guy illustrate a graphic adaptation of some sort. I've always preferred Night to Dawn of the Dead--an unusual position, I realize.
Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Wow, that Shadow artwork is amazing! What's the story with it, Guy? Was it just a character you like to draw, or was it a commission, or (please be the case) are you maybe just possibly doing some prelimanary artwork because you're going to draw a brand new Shadow series? :D I know that's unlikely, but the mere thought of it has me salivating!
Anyway, I'll definitely be getting the sketchbook as soon as I have some money. It looks great!
The Dick Tracy rogues gallery was just for fun~ started out as a sketch of Flattop and then grew to me wanting to try my hand at drawing all the villians (or at least the major old ones).
Thanks Hellcow~ no plans for any action figures (not that I'm against the idea or anything), but I did get asked to participate in the Living Dead Doll show from Mezco this month. I'll have an update on my site after the show is done with images of the doll I got to paint, glue and butcher.
Thanks Poe, the TCM Underground illos have been alot of fun~ gives me an excuse to watch all those movies again. I'll update the news section of my site when the ones for the next batch of movies are coming up.
Glad you liked the Shadow drawings, Brisco~ those were done as commissions, but the Shadow is a favorite character to draw (and also one of my favorite old time radio shows). No plans to ever do a comic of him though, I'm having too much fun working on BPRD~ and that's keeping me nice and busy.
Great to hear you're loving B.P.R.D.
Any updates on the next chapter of the Marquis?
Still working away on the next Marquis in between B.P.R.D~hopefully I'll be finished with the new "Marquis and the Midwife" story in 2007. The "Horsemen" character drawing on the cover of the new sketchbook is actually from the "Marquis and the Midwife" and was also in the background of the Hell scenes to the last chapter of Danse Macabre.
Here's a quick contest!~ the first person to find and post a small scan of one of the "Horsemen" characters from Danse Macabre gets a free copy of Sketch Macabre #2. There's a few shots of them lurking around, so it shouldn't be too hard~think of it as a sinners version of Where's Waldo!
Here is one in left hand corner.
Do I win?
Here's the other one (left hand corner)