Making it up as I go along.
An old drawing, but always woth a reminder that I should be allowed to draw a Batman villains book.

An old drawing, but always woth a reminder that I should be allowed to draw a Batman villains book.

It’s so long ago that I posted page 3 of the Edwardian Batman story (yes, I know…) that I thought I’d post it again with the new page 2 (which might be page 1).

Page 2 (or possibly page 1 if I decide the original page 1 is redundant) of the Edwardian Batman story. I actually finished most of it off before I went off on my hols but only just got around to finishing it off. Sometimes Edwardian Batman is too polite to ladies for his own good…

Page 2 (or possibly page 1 if I decide the original page 1 is redundant) of the Edwardian Batman story. I actually finished most of it off before I went off on my hols but only just got around to finishing it off. Sometimes Edwardian Batman is too polite to ladies for his own good…

Edwardian Batman Chase Me page 3, all finished and inked. Who says I don’t draw backgrounds?

Edwardian Batman Chase Me page 3, all finished and inked. Who says I don’t draw backgrounds?

Edwardian Batman story page 4 pencils. It’s quite hard to find reference photos of crossbows that are neither medieval nor completely up to date. So I basically made it up, so it is probably utter nonsense…

Edwardian Batman story page 4 pencils. It’s quite hard to find reference photos of crossbows that are neither medieval nor completely up to date. So I basically made it up, so it is probably utter nonsense…

Edwardian Batman story pencils, page 3. This being the page where I put in all the cameos from a large part of the rest of the Edwardian Batman cast.

Edwardian Batman story pencils, page 3. This being the page where I put in all the cameos from a large part of the rest of the Edwardian Batman cast.

I finally caved and decided to do an Edwardian Batman comic. Partially it’s to add a bit of variety to my portfolio, and partially it’s because… well, Edwardian Batman.
Here then are the pencils to page 2. There’s not really much of a plot and it’s very obviously inspired by the Tim Sale chase story, but it’s proving fun to do.
Oh, and it’s not Steampunk, let’s be clear on that. It may not be terribly historically accurate (the costumes of the characters take inspiration from about 1890 through to 1920 or so), but it’s more ‘real world historical’ than steampunk. If that makes any sense…

I finally caved and decided to do an Edwardian Batman comic. Partially it’s to add a bit of variety to my portfolio, and partially it’s because… well, Edwardian Batman.

Here then are the pencils to page 2. There’s not really much of a plot and it’s very obviously inspired by the Tim Sale chase story, but it’s proving fun to do.

Oh, and it’s not Steampunk, let’s be clear on that. It may not be terribly historically accurate (the costumes of the characters take inspiration from about 1890 through to 1920 or so), but it’s more ‘real world historical’ than steampunk. If that makes any sense…

To be fair, that Catwoman sketch isn’t too far off this one that I did a while ago.

To be fair, that Catwoman sketch isn’t too far off this one that I did a while ago.

Twenty minutes of doodling and a significantly more cartoony and simplified style and yet somehow I still manage to have a better take on anatomy than that bloody Catwoman #0 cover…

Twenty minutes of doodling and a significantly more cartoony and simplified style and yet somehow I still manage to have a better take on anatomy than that bloody Catwoman #0 cover…

The Gotham City Sirens headshots all together as a triptych.

The Gotham City Sirens headshots all together as a triptych.