Here’s a look at inks from The Kid Knight graphic novel. This full-page image shows King Arthur in battle. Click the image below to see a larger version. The initial pencil drawing of this page can be seen here.
Here’s a look at preview pencils for the opening sequence in The Kid Knight. This shows the battle between Arthur and Camlann which sets the stage for the rest of the story. The second image shows the initial rough sketch. Click each image for a larger view.
Here’s the color version of the of the Kid Knight and his allies with the special effects added. The inked version can be seen here. Click the image below for a larger view.
This shows the final black-and-white design for The Kid Knight’s armor as well as the latest versions of Draco, Leo and Ursa Major. When the piece is colored, the constellations – as well as the kid’s sword and shield – will have special effects added as seen in the color [...]
This is a character design showing what the sorcerer Camlann looked like 1,500 years ago when his armies invaded England…
This was an early version of The Kid Knight’s armor and the villain’s overall look as well. The thinking at the time was that the villain’s armor was more organic and grown – like a crab shell. I dropped that pretty quickly.
My take on the legendary wizard. Ink on bristol.
Here’s a creature design. This is inked with a pentel brush pen over blue pencils printed on bristol board.
Here’s a look at some of the early “roughs” or preliminary sketches for pages from The Kid Knight. I made sure to not include any spoilers in these.