Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Draw!

Six Gun Sally! It's my pet project that will be coming out from Image Comics one fine day! Can't wait to work on it some more! By the way, a friend of mine, Rich Faber is running a little contest at his blog! Check it out!

38 comments:

Jesse said...

I've been counting guns, literally, for like 2 hours now. And I can only see 5 guns. I hope you find time to make that 6th gun.

It looks entertaining though. Is that robot comic you were working on out yet?

UrbanBarbarian said...

LOL!

The robot comic is part of many stories for a trade paperback called 24/7, coming out around San Diego Comic Con time.

Ivan Brandon of NYC:MECH is publishing it through Image Comics and Adam Hughes has provided the cover. He's got stories from 100 Bullets, Eduardo Risso and tons of other very talented guys. The book is amazing and there's a huge range of styles. I'm really looking forward to it.

Anonymous said...

thanks for coming by my blog otherwise i never would've found yours! you're talented man! i have you bookmarked and look forward to coming back.

loved your hp bg's.

Jayenti Collins said...

oops! i thought i was signed in. i was the anonymous guy on the last comment....sorry

Thom Zahler said...

Despite the staggering lack of a sixth gun, I'd buy it!

Rich Faber said...

Hey Dan! Thanks so much for the link to my blog! For those that don't know, on it you'll see the info for a new kids contest ("Create Your Own Superhero!")in Buzzboy. Check it out!

Best,
Rich
www.thinkinkstudios.com
http://richfaber.blogspot.com

Miras said...

She's cutie. :-) Nice drawing.

Hans said...

Wow great stuff and what a cool design. It's always a pleasure looking at your work, thanks for sharing:)

Hans

G R I G O R said...

freakn AWESOME WORK =)

Travis Christian said...

Dan, if you don't mind me asking, what did you use for your inks on this one?

I like the eyes. It makes me remember old Silvestri stuff. Like Uncanny X-men Silvestri. That was a good run!

UrbanBarbarian said...

Thanks Travis! I worked with Mark on some of the very first CyberForce comics. He's a tremendous artist!

I use a Staedtler Mars Graphic 3000 Brush Marker. It's the closest thing to a real brush. The only problem is that the ink isn't waterproof... Which is probably why it glides so well. Oh well, that's why we scan stuff in, right? The tip is also incredibly flexible. Most brush pens are pretty stiff and lack any sort of "give".

I've thought about filling them with permanent ink but now they make them with tips on both ends so it might be a bit more difficult of a task.

martin wittig said...

SOOOOOOOOO FREAKIN COOOOOOOL!:)

Sanvi said...

Eres muy bueno, man!
The girl is so pretty!!!!!
Good work.

Jesse said...

In reference to the brush pens, have you tried the brush variety of the Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Brush Pen?

It's my brush pen of choice. It's a bit smaller of a tip, but I love working with them. Also, they contain archival india inks.

Dominic Bugatto said...

NIce one! Looks promising already.

z0mbi said...

Sexy...love them domineering redheads!

Goobeetsablog said...

wow.

what a great looking character.
love her design.

-brian

RoboTaeKwon-Z said...

Beautiful work!!! Holy crap is there a lot of great stuff on this blog!

UrbanBarbarian said...

Thanks for all the kind words!

JESSE: I have some of those pens and I do like them quite a bit. The PITT Brush pen is pretty nice too. Just wish the tip was a bit longer and more flexible.

Something was very wrong with that last sentance...

Angela said...

Looks fantastic, look forward to seeing more of her in the future...

Shawn said...

Great drawing! Love your blog!

Mikko said...

That´s cool.. I´m waiting...

M.

Antonio Santamaria said...

Pretty fine designs! This character has force... A lot! The costume and colour are fantastic!
Congrats!

Howard Shum said...

Looks cool, Dan! I look forward to seeing the comic.

Jontxu said...

Amazing!! I want her for my personal bodyguard, he.

sedyas said...

Aaaah! I love this design. Sally, I love uuuuu!
Incredible drawings, Dan.

-Sed

UrbanBarbarian said...

That cracked me up! Thanks!

gantry said...

Wonderful blog!!!
Your work is...well, no words, boy.
I´m really fascinated!

St John Street said...

hey bro Sally looks like a terror with those pistols would love to see some action shots of her shooting up sthe bad guys. yeah thanks for the kind words just thought I'd try to share something about the rise in violence well take care talk again soon ps I'm looking in the printing cost should know something soon have a fresh weekend!!!

UrbanBarbarian said...

Best of luck with it, Linton!

Alina Chau said...

VEry awesome!! WOW!!

Don Hudson said...

Really excellent art Dan! I look forward to reading it!

UrbanBarbarian said...

Thanks Don!

Not too long ago, Don sent me his latest/greatest image TPB called Gunpowder Girl and the Outlaw Squaw! Check out this link below!

http://www.comiculture.com/projects/gunpowdergirl/characters.html

Jeff Durham said...

She looks sharp! We need more western comics.

Fabio Lai said...

G-R-E-A-T character! She's the real danger girl ^^

I'll add your blog to my links ;-)

UrbanBarbarian said...

Thanks Fabio! I added you as well!

Ben Balistreri said...

This looks FANTASTIC!!!

Queen Tut said...

She is Kool! hurry up and finish it!