So I won't ever get over how funny it is to see an edited version of "Snakes on a Plane" The movie is still terrible, but it's a priceless moment when you hear the dubbed over Samuel L. Jackson yelling " I'm sick and tired of these Monkey Fighting Snakes on this Monday to Friday Plane!"
In honor of the comic series I'm currently drawing I thought I would throw a few Snake Eyes sketches your way.
|On a blank cover to Death of Captain America comic for Marvel|
|Another sketch on a blank Captain America book.|
|Before the fight...|
|During the fight...|
|and after the fight.|
All cover sketches for Issue #17 (above)
|Commission for someone that became the cover to #9 of GI JOE for IDW|
|If Snake Eyes were drawn during the renaissance.|
|Daily warm up sketches, sometime SE will pop up.|
|Promo piece for the Graham Crackers Comics stores in Chicago, IL|
|This bad boy started it all! Issue #0 GI JOE for IDW|
|I had to make sure I kept all his gear straight, so I took the initiative to do turnarounds early on.|
This is still one of the favorite prints I sell at shows.
|This was the first drawing I did for IDW. I turned in this character design along with 5 others and got the job.|
I told you I did a ton of Snake Eyes drawings. These are just a few of him alone, I dont have scans of nearly all the sketches I've done at conventions. Still, I never get tired of drawing this dude.