Sunday, September 11, 2005

Green Arrow 58 Sketch


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Ollie faces off with Merlyn in a hail of arrows.
Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5"
Medium: Graphite on Bond
Condition: Excellent
Price: Sold
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15 Comments:

oliver said...

wow. awesome drawing! do u get the solicits for issues to work off of or do they just give u a specific image they wanna see?

11:57 AM  
Process Recess said...

Usually I like to work from the script, but for this particular GA cover, my editor told me to depict GA squaring off with Merlyn, another archer. In so many words. Having never heard of the character, I required reference. All this transpired via email.

2:37 PM  
oliver said...

very interesting. so most of ur covers (ie fables) are done by you finding a particularly important image from the script?

3:31 PM  
Shawn Escott said...

Hi James,

Fantastic!! Your work is great! I really admire your technical and tradition skills as a draftsman and painter. I also really like your sketchbooks from your site. Man, really nice stuff.

9:20 AM  
Process Recess said...

Oliver - yup, I typically like to highlight the most evocative moments in the script, and those all swirl and melt in my mind steamed milk in tea.

Shawn - great work on your blog!

10:09 AM  
Toyebot said...

Really love seeing the starts of your paintings! Always nicely designed!
thanks.

10:49 AM  
Anonymous said...

I like tea too.

11:22 AM  
Process Recess said...

How do you like to take it.

4:14 PM  
Anonymous said...

strong and black...

7:50 PM  
chris hope said...

My favorite is lapsang souchong. There is nothing better for me on a cold winters night. Of course there are no more winter nights now that I'm in San Diego. hmmm...

9:10 PM  
M. Patrizio said...

How's it hangin' Jeansley? I will take a hot cocoa if you have some.

1:44 PM  
Process Recess said...

Some seek comfort in the arms of the strong and dark, others seek refuge from the cold, and M gets high on cocoa. I used to like to mix instant coffee with hot cocoa mix for a satisfying jolt.

10:18 AM  
Chris Hope said...

i think i my girlfriend is going to try that while she preps for the GREs.

11:54 AM  
Mote said...

Cocoa mixed with coffee is wonderful. It's even better if it's flavoured with a little peppermint, or cinnamon...

7:58 AM  
M. Patrizio said...

you are such a poetic blogger J. :)

8:03 AM  

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