Jen Brandy Dean
Jen Brandy Dean
Wow. I can’t believe it’s been few years since I last drew a full Liberty Meadows comic strip. I felt a little strange revisiting the old gang, and might I say, a little rusty drawing them. But like riding a bike, once I got going, everything came back fairly smoothly.
I had blast writing and drawing this. As you may know, I’m a big fan of “Calvin and Hobbes” so I decided to tip my hat to that great strip as I revisit my old stomping grounds.
This Liberty Meadows comic strip was created for a special occasion. it’s one of the rewards for the supporters of my Kickstarter project, “Drawing Beautiful Women: The Frank Cho Method”. (For all those who bought the $20 book and higher.) This unique comic strip will be turned into an art print and included with the ‘Drawing Beautiful Women” book for the Kickstarter pledgers only.
Going over my list of creator-owned projects again and getting more and more excited. I’ve been jumping from one project to another in anticipation. Here’s a quick run down and schedule.
*Drawing Beautiful Women – FINISHED, out in November.
*World of Payne – Out in Spring 2015. (With Tom Sniegoski)
*Skybourne – Out in Fall 2015
*Guns & Dinos – Out in Spring 2016
I can’t talk about or show you more art from “World of Payne” and “Skybourne” just yet. Big announcements concerning both projects is coming down the pipe. Hopefully, we can officially announce the news at Baltimore Comic-Con. So I decided to show you some art in progress from “Guns & Dinos” project instead. Enjoy.
Holy crap. Baltimore Comic-Con is just around the corner. I’ve been getting lot of emails asking for commissions. The answer is no, I’m not doing commissions at the show, nor am I taking pre-show commissions this year.
BUT I will have several sketch covers already finished at my booth. Also, I’ll have several original art for sale, too. Here’s one of the sketch covers I’ve done – Black Widow of the Avengers. I’ll post more finished sketch covers as the Baltimore Comic-Con nears.