I made a new Golgotha print for upcoming Rose City Comic Con! I kind of felt adventurous and ordered it with shimmer cardstock this time, so it’s going to have this subtle shiny texture. I can’t wait to see how it comes out myself!
I thought it would be fun to post the process too, so here’s my rough sketch, pencil, ink, and color stages for this piece.
I’m happy to announce that the direct market edition of Golgotha will be available at stores this October! If you missed the Kickstarter campaign, you can still enjoy the book. This edition will come with Raffaele Ienco’s fantastic cover art.
You can check out the first 20 pages on Image’s website.
Ask your local comic store to order a copy (help your local comic book store!), or if you prefer, you can also pre-order it from Amazon. Digital version will be available at Comixology as well.
Cover art by Raffaele Ienco
Lots have happened since I updated my blog last time!
First, I’d like to thank everyone for backing Golgotha Kickstarter hosted by Top Cow Productions. We’ve surpassed our original goal, and the long awaited book is coming to print soon!
Here are some sneak peeks we used during the campaign.
I’d like to thankMatt Hawkins and Bryan Hill for providing me with an epic-scale sci-fi script, as well as our colorist Bryan Valenza for beautiful color work (everyone should check out his work by the way, it’s amazing).
Now one campaign is over, I have another Kickstarter project that I’m very proud to be part of. My friend Josh Gorfain and I have been working on GameSpace, a prequel to indie hit comic “MeatSpace” for a while now. We’ve finally decided, with the help of Phoenix Dream Publishing, to do a Kickstarter to bring it to print. Plus, this campaign will also help fund MeatSpace Vol.2 (drawn by Sean Von Gorman) and the MeatSpace Universe Omnibus that will collect the entire series.
If you like any of our work, please support and share the campaign. We could really use some boost!