Friday, February 17, 2006

A Cover Process: Queen & Country #30 Pt. 2

Here it is, the final colored version of Queen & Country #30. I'm pretty happy with the way it turned out. I always love working with the guys at Oni because the give the artist all kinds of room to do what feels right to them. I gave them one sketch and they said "Do it!", and that was it. If only all jobs were that easy.
I think I've got three more covers to do for Q&C--I'll be sure to throw them up here as they come along.


Steve Rolston said...

You're so beautiful.

Uh... I mean your art is beautiful.

You're more "cute".

brian hurtt said...

Thanks for the compliment, Steve.
I'm not just blowing smoke up your ass when I say that your cover to ish 25 (is that right?) was kind of a touchstone for how I want to approach these covers. That was one of my favorite covers of the series because it's one of the most dynamic. It makes you want to pick up the book and give it a looksie, like any good cover should.

Dominic Bugatto said...

Just recently came across this blog. Nice work. Keep posting.

Cheers, Dom