Here are some of the sketches developed for ScatterCat. Enjoy!
Thanks, guys! No one at Marvel, DC or the top 6 publishers was interested, for whatever reason. Glad you approve. Look forward to more fun together! Love (and I mean it) -t.
Hoorah for more Salmons stuff and a tantalizing hint of the pencils on that last page.
Your work is amazing and inspiring. I’d like to see more and will come back for that. I hope you didn’t mind that I put your work on my art blog. All the best and thank you for showing your work, alison
Tony, you´re one of the best draftman in this planet!!! Just black and white… and the complet world is there. Amaizing!
Love to see this stuff, Tony. Beautiful!
You’ll hear me tell this story more than once because it bears it. The first time I saw your stuff was in that Previews rag. A singl image the size of a postage stamp, one of those Milestone books from DC. Even at that size the B/W were so well disported that the image read fully. Oddly, I don’t remember finding a cover credit so, ensuing was a lengthy search to find your personal works. It paid off big for me. Yours is a remarkable expression of what this medium can be and why we all keep trying. Thanks, -t.
Didn’t your mom ever give you colored pencils?! LOL No, really, I like it. Do you have other sites etc. out there? Maybe I have to re-explore this one.
It was indeed my mom and I have more color stuff which will show up, once I get the alligators out of the crack of my ass out here in this swamp I was supposed to drain. One other site you can check into for my stuff and the full evidence of the tsunami of comic book re-naising is: comicartfans.com. Terrific stuff
Scattercat looks great. Your work has such a …. pulse and life to it. Such a nice find for this Salmons fan!
Man, you’re just about my favorite storyteller, always have been. Love the lines!
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