Inking the last batch of pages on Super Pro K.O. v3: Gold for Glory! I feel pretty good these days. I'm happy with the work, and even happier that I took the extra care to ensure this book is the best thing I've ever drawn. There were some doubts in the middle of the project, which is pretty common for me when I work on anything this long. However, I'm very happy with the outcome, and I'm sure you will be too. This book is ridiculous!
Just a hint at the level of detail in Super Pro K.O. v3's Platinum Sky City Stadium. I took a bunch of reference shots from San Diego's Qualcomm's Stadium last time I attended Comic Con. Between this and New York Comic Con, you may recognize a bunch of stuff in this background to this volume.
Things I love about this spread: The Action Slamson toys, the ticket stubs, even Mr. Info's "Before the Bell Pre-Show" filming. It's all in attempt to make this world much more believable than anything I've drawn before.
It's been awhile since I've shown a solid SPKO 3 page. I'm wrapping up this monster volume in a month and I've been waiting all year to ink the big main event of this book. I'm pumped and exhausted. It's hard to put into words.
I'm not pulling any stops with the crowds either this volume. It's been taxing but I've found myself growing as an artist this year tackling all sorts of new problems (like more realistic crowds and details). It's been truly gratifying watching it all come together.
More to come,
I'm currently working on some cover ideas for future Regular Show/Adventure Time Comics. I never posted the two I did last year so here you go!
I'm around the clock on Super Pro K.O.! #3 work. It's almost done, I can see the light, and soon 220+ pages of new material will be in your hands! It's been (hands down) the most ambitious, rewarding project I've ever done. I can't wait to see that 3rd book lined up with the other two! It's also been very difficult figuring out what to share because spoilers are not cool.