Athena Voltaire vs. Anubis’ Army of Mummies

First of all, if you haven’t checked out Athena Voltaire, you’re missing out on one of the most pulpy comic book goodness of our time. Created by my friend and collaborator, Steve Bryant, the books unveil the story of an adventure-bound aviatrix who encounters all sorts of mysteries in the veins of Indiana Jones.

When Athena was named the theme for ComicTwart contributors, an art blog made up of several fantastic industry artists, I jumped at the chance to do my own play-along version. What you may notice on my inked version of “Athena Voltaire vs. Anubis’ Army of Mummies” is that Anubis’ body is solid black unlike the pencils. During the inking stage, I noticed that the details of his body contour was distracting and the solid black helped frame Athena better as the focus center.

Finished piece inked solid and with a bit of ink wash on 11″x17″ Bristol board.

Penciled:

Batgirl & Miss Martian

Latest Commission of Batgirl & Miss Martian. Inked on 11″x17″ Bristol Board. Click on the image to see a larger version.

Pencils:

Kingdom Come Green Lantern Inked

In part of Kingdom Come series illustrations that I’d been inspired to draw, Kingdom Come Green Lantern.

Related:
The Kingdom Come Green Lantern Penciled. Click Here.
The Kingdom Come Superman vs. Captain Marvel Inked. Click Here.

Djinn and Shaky

A Djinn (Genie) and Shaky. What could they possibly have in common?

Thor Reborn

JMS/Coipel Inspired version of Thor. No matter how many times I draw this version of Thor, I gush over the incredible design sensibilities of Coipel and the sense of grandeur he gave this character. Inked on 11×17 Bristol Board.
JMS/Coipel Inspired Thor
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JunBob Open for Commissions

It’s been more than a year since I’d opened up for commissions. Since several of you have inquired in the last couple of weeks, I decided to open a list for commissions and sketches. Considering the current economic climate, I am offering these at significant savings from my regular rates.

A. Inked Commissions.
$85 flat, UPTO 2 characters. 11×17 Bristol Board. Inked with Black India Ink using brush, pen nips & technical pens. Minimum or no background. Your input on desired scene/pose. INCLUDES a FREE Ursula Wilde sketch. Pick from Ursula Wilde, Holly, Shaky, Dante or Bali.

B. Pencil Commissions.
$55 flat, UPTO 2 characters. 11×17 Bristol Board. Penciled. Minimum or no background. Your input on desired scene/pose. INCLUDES a FREE Ursula Wilde sketch. Pick from Ursula Wilde, Holly, Shaky, Dante or Bali.

C. Sketches.
c01. INKED. $25 flat, 1 character. 8.5×11 Bristol Board. Inked with Black India Ink using brush, pen nips & technical pens. Minimum or no background. Artist choice on scene/pose.
c02. PENCILED. $15 flat, 1 character. 8.5×11 Bristol Board. Penciled. Minimum or no background. Artist choice on scene/pose.

Please limit the requests to existing, published characters. No nudes or adult-themed requests please.

To view samples of previous commissions and sketches, visit my gallery site.

Please to sign up for a sketch, e-mail me at junbobkim(at)gmail.com.
For commissions, please fill out this form and type AUG09CS in the Notes field.

Kingdom Come Green Lantern

Keeping with the Kingdom Come theme, here’s the pencil of Kingdom Come Green Lantern.

Superman vs. Captain Marvel Inked

Here’s the final inked version of the Superman vs. Captain Marvel.

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Jun Bob the Zombie

An excellent artist and my sister-from-another-parent Erica Hesse has taken on the initiatives to sketch a zombie a day. Listening to HHW episode 125 gave her the idea for her latest sketch — Jun Bob versus the zombies.

You can check it out on her Zombie A Day blog. Warning in advance that this site contains images of ZOMBIES (need I say more?) so click at your discretion, please.

Best Half Hour I’ve Ever Wasted

The very funny crew of Half Hour Wasted podcast graciously extended me an invitation for me to join them for another recording. Of course, I never pass up on an opportunity for me to gab… HHW joins me on a pizza run and talk more about Ursula Wilde free comic book day issue.

You can check out episode 125 post here and stream it from the site or directly download it.

I would highly suggest trying out HHW episode 50, still one of my favorite episode ever. While on their website, you can also check out Legion of Dudes podcast, a ensemble of comic enthusiasts who have done an in-depth multi-episode discussion of Watchmen graphic novel.