actually no, all but one of the guns are hand drawn from memory (well ok, it helps there's a bb gun lying around my studio somewhere). warmachine is completely hand-drawn save for the small gatling gun.... which is stupid cause it looks so simple.
and no, I didn't use any references for the people here I don't want to lose my edge in drawing people.
I sometimes use expression reference book/pose bok or some toys for reference just so I can vary my characters but I seldom do it cause it more often than not, slow me down.
Wow~ I commend you for being a master of your medium. It makes me wonder.. what are/is your weakness? you make it look easy.. If I'm gonna pursue being your inker (it's my dream, btw), I still have a lot to learn. >_< hope you could post some tips on how you draw
I luv how you draw the punisher you have a perfect style for him nice and gritty work, who did you look up to when you were growing up in the comic book world of art, what inspires you? drop by any time you rock.
Niiiiice, so professional. You have a characteristic style, in an industry that is swamped with master illustrators.
As always the intricate details in the composition make it special and worth a further look; the quality is not simply a natural ability to draw well. Being a modest appreciator of comic artists for over 20 years, and having watched greats like Jim Lee, Todd McFarlane and Neal Adams hatch their way into the halls of fame, I love cross-hatching when it's done well like here. Deodato Jr. and McNiven also both do a neat cross-hatch!!