After Christmas and after (mostly) getting over a cold, I got a chance to start work on two new sculptures.
This represents about a day’s work. Clearly, there’s not much here yet beside the roughed-in shapes and a peek at the armature.
I like to see works-in-progress. I find process very interesting, but I’d like to hear from anyone reading this post. What do you want to see? Works-in-progress or only finished pieces? Please leave a comment and let me know. Thanks!
Here is a link to some pics from Hub Comics third annual Dark Knight on a Dark Night art show. Held every December near the Solstice, the show features original Batman-related art by artists local to Somerville, MA.
There was some really great work this year, and I was very proud to be a part of it.
Donald Nelson wrote several NICK SAINT novels between 1959-1970.
Life-sized, wearable foam-rubber latex mask of the eerie Batman villain Professor Pyg, created by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely, and illustrated in the inset by Fraser Irving. This was done for Hub Comics third annual Dark Knight on a Dark Night exhibit of original Batman art.
This Summer I taught a sculpture class, during which I did a rough one-off sculpture (as opposed to something I cast and duplicate) of Darwyn Cooke’s version of Richard Stark’s character Parker. My talented and prolific (seriously Erica, you’re making everyone else look bad) friend Erica Henderson is going to paint it. Here are the “before” pics: