Tuesday, October 27, 2009
The faceless hooded character with flute was an inked drawing I did as a freshman in high school. Rest of the collage are by a variety of artists.
Ink Stains Issue 4
Article by Ken Meyer Jr. covering the amateur publication by the late Capt. David Heath Jr. from the 70's and early 80's devoted to SF/Fantasy comic art. Gilbert Hernandez, Dan Clowes, and many others who currently work as professionals graced the pages of such small run publications.
"Rafael Kayanan was not really associated with any one fanzine… he was all over the place, if in small quantities. He got his start in fandom like many of us, myself included, through Alan Light’s The Buyer’s Guide..."
Sunday, October 18, 2009
"The R&D is the child of two tomahawk titans. Rafael Kayanan of Sayoc Tactical Group and Daniel Winkler an accomplished bladesmith. "
" No other weapon of the same size can generate as much force with a short stroke in an enclosed space. Period. If a bad guy gets in your entry stack, you can’t shoot him without endangering your teammates; and a knife is a slow kill. If you really want to get someone off your teammate in a hurry, there’s nothing deadlier than the spike of a tomahawk to the head. Small and short might not look as cool, but they do the bloody job a confined space. " Rob Curtis, Military Times
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
iphone pic of my Cintiq screen... working on several pages at once.
You can see a partial shot of panel one before it is placed into the full page.
I created a custom brush for those little dudes on the Helicarrier.
All digital issue for upcoming What if:: Daredevil/Elektra for Marvel.