In celebration of this year’s #AlienDay on 24th April I shared the completed colours on my recently finished Alien’s commission.
I’m really happy with how this piece came out. Ripley is perhaps the most heroic of all the great characters from that incredible period of film-making. While I was drawing it, I was filled with real emotion for her. She embodies all that so many real women are: Strong and driven while still maternal and caring. She inspires me!
If you’d like an art commission, please contact me through this link: NICK’S BIG CARTEL
Hey chumlets! Here are a few new images for you to peruse!
The 11 O’Clock Comics podcast has a special place in my heart and I am thrilled to have been interviewed by the throbbing hunk of man that is David A Price. Please follow the link below and give it a read. It gives a few insights into the inner working of THE ONCE AND FUTURE QUEEN.
Thanks 11 O’Clock chaps!
Nick Brokenshire Interview
Here’s a panel from issue 3 of The Once And Future Queen. It’s of an intersection in Portland, Oregon where some of the story is set. It’s tricky drawing real places, particularly real city or town scenes. There’s the temptation to focus on getting every little shopfront and telegraph pole spot on. I try to avoid that, though, and get the impression of the street – use broader strokes, so to speak.
I know, I know. I’m late to the game but holy frijoles! This is the greatest thing since sliced arepas! I won’t lie. I want to do story about them. Just putting it out there into the Multiverse. Have a look at the colour process video below the picture! Ciao babies.
I had the distinct pleasure of being asked to supply some artwork for this episode of ERB. If you haven’t seen these amazing videos, do yourself a favour and look them up on YouTube. They are hilarious, super clever and always pertinent. These are truly talented people utilising the internet as a perfect delivery system for their art. Flippin’ splendid.
Clink the link below to watch the Rap Battle!
Trump vs Hillary ERB
Click the link below to watch the making of the poster video!
Making the poster!
Making the poster!
I love mongolian traditional and ceremonial attire! I could look at it all day. I wish we could wear that sort of stuff… Here’s Hawkboy, the snotty younger brother to that delightful Eagle Huntress lassie.
Here’s Jyn Erso from the forthcoming Star Wars: Rogue One movie.
Just saw the new trailer. Blimey, that looks great. So, I’ve got some ideas for Star Wars stories (nudge nudge wink wink Jordan White) and here’s a design I came up with. He’s some sort of handsome tech geezer with his droid companion. That’s right. R5 D4.
Here’s a goofy little gag. I’m designing a new naughty character.
Here are a couple characters I’ve invented. I’ve yet to work on an out and out sci fi or spacey story so I’m always inventing Star Wars-y stuff. It’s fun!
Hey, Vampires like nice things too.