I think it's time to revive this joint. Maybe give it a new look. Figure out a way to make it more social. Connect it to my other millions of social medias and what not. Update coming soon. Fair warning.
...IS out, which completes the series. Had a lot of fun with it. One thing I think I love most about it was the creative freedom Brady and Palmiotti allowed me in almost every aspect of the book. Character designs, layout, style, all were very much my own with little to no notes or changes behind the initial script and descriptions. My Boom editors were also the best ever!! Hope I get to work with them again in the future! Anyways enough of my yammering, LETS SEE SOME PAGES!
Here's the original inks for the first 5 pages
Then after the coloring by the great Paul Little, and lettering, here's the final product of the same pages
Also feel free to Follow my on instagram and twitter both @Domostanton where I'll be posting more in progress shots and upcoming projects! Hope you guys dig the series! Until next time!
In case you didn't already know, for the past 4 months I've been working a mini series for Boom! Studios called The Big Con Job, written and created by Matt Brady and Jimmy Palmiotti, covers done by the amazing Amanda Conner, colors by Paul Little. Definitely a fun series to work on, and most certainly not the type of story anyone expects coming out the gate. Any who, just wrapped up the final issue last week, comes out early next month. Hope ya'll digs! Here's a few of my favorite pages/panels from the first 3 issues. Maybe I'll drop a sneak peek issue 4 page closer to shelf date!
That last page was a killer, but fun nonetheless. I dropped so many cameos in that one Stan Lee himself would be proud haha. Again, Hope ya'll dig, I'll be dropping a few pages from issue 4 next!
OH ALSO I'll be going to Denver Comic Con Next weekend, May 23rd so look me up! My first time going to Denver, home of my greatest football rival haha I'll be signing books, selling prints and art books, as well as drawing commissions! See you there!
Still alive and kicking. Just very VERY sorely neglected. I'm sure you guys hear the "I've been so busy" story a million times so I'll just cut to the chase. Was let go from Floyd county Studios (under some very questionable circumstances, but I won't go into that), which means I'm no longer working on Archer, Chozen was cancelled, I moved to Austin, Texas, now freelancing full-time, focusing on my one true love, Comics!
My last post (5 months ago...) was about a kickstarter in motion created by Fried comics, drawn by me. Well that was funded! Want to thank everyone who helped make that possible and I really hope you guys dig the story. Speaking of, I also have some new cover art for the second issue of that series so stay tuned for that.
In other news, if you haven't already seen, heard, or gathered, I've been working on a book for BOOM! Studios called the Big Con Job, Written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Matt Brady. First 2 issues are out, 3rd comes out next month! Not only is this one my first published interior work since Deadpool Family, it's also my first full title, so I'm really hoping you guys dig these! If you've been following my twitter you'd know most this stuff, but if not, I'm @Domostanton on twitter and instagram! That's my story and I'm sticking to it!
"WHO CARES ABOUT YOUR STORY DOMO WE JUST WANNA SEE SOME ART!!!"
You right!! and art you shall see!
Starting with my issue #2 cover to Red Xmas, the creator owned book for Fried Comics.
Next up, Character designs from the BIG CON JOB!! Preview pages coming in a separate post!
All in all it's most certain been a year of rebuilding, and the start of my career as a full-time comic artist. We'll see how it goes! Don't forget, you can find me @Domostanton on twitter and instagram, plus Drummerboydomo on deviantart!
Hey guys! just want to thank everyone whose backed the project so far, but the race isn't over yet! With just 13 days left it's a little past the half way mark! Here are some more preview pages from the first issue! If you're digging it feel free to swing by this link --> https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/900595556/red-xmas-1 and click one of those reward buttons to help back it! Also definitely feel free to share!
First things first, I want to thank EVERYONE who jumped on my
pre-commission list for NYCC. It was my first time opening a commission
list before the show and I was surprised how many people actually
responded! You guys are the greatest and I definitely wanted to put some
extra lovin in each commission for each of you! Also want to thank
those that came and got commissions during the show! This was also my
first time tabling alone after splitting from IDComics
and you guys came through in a major way! Last but not least you guys
who came by just to check out my work, pick up cards, grab prints, and
even just say hi and converse a bit are appreciated as well! NYCC is
always my best show and hopefully you can count on me being there next
year, and many more years to come!! Here's some of the
commissions I did from this show, plus you can check my Instagram and twitter
I have a Kickstarter going on right now! If you're a fan of my work,
and are a fan of gore, crazy santas, pimp leprechauns, and playboy
Easter bunnies, then this is totally the book for you! It's such a fun
story created from the minds of Clay Adams and Alex Phillippe, founders
of Fried Comics ( http://www.friedcomics.com/ ) But don't just take my word for it go check it out and please back if you like! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/900595556/red-xmas-1 cover image here!
Just wanna say thanks for the continued support! I wasn't expecting to get such a great response for my NYCC commissions! I still have 5 slots open so if there are any takers, please feel free to email me at email@example.com. I look forward to meeting everyone whose gotten a commish so far so come find me at V13!
Also if you haven't already, go follow me on Instagram @Domostanton. I usually do general updates here and on my DA, but to keep up with my latest sketches, processes, etc. Instagram is definitely the place to be!
Last but not least, do you guys thinkg it would be easier to follow my work via facebook? Shoot me an email, note or comment on here to weigh in!