Monday, October 7, 2013


I've fallen very behind in posting my art lately and anything new. Sorry about that! I'm much better at keeping the Drumfish Productions Facebook page and DeviantArt page up to date. I'll try to fix that problem now!
I'm trying something new with my art here!
For the last two years, I've been doing a ton of headshot sketches for conventions and commissions. And they've sold really well. Too well in fact and even though I love doing them, I can't keep up. I will continue to draw my headshot sketches when I have free time, but I'd been thinking two things about them. One, whenever I draw the same character over and over, I'm beginning to use the same sort of pose in their headshot. And two, these take a lot of time to do and as I do more shows, the amount of time I have to replenish my stock becomes less and less. Therefore, I came up with a new idea. I plan to use the style seen here and make these prints available at conventions. Hopefully, they will do well. At the Pittsburgh Comicon, they were very well received. I already have a few others in the works but for now, there are just these seven. Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Nightwing and Catwoman were colored by the amazing Maja Cronvall and Aquaman, Mera and Wonder Woman (colors to come soon!) were colored by NEVERMINDS colorist and incredible artist, Danielle Alexis St. Pierre!


Melissa said...

Hello Rich,

I just wanted to say , I met you at NYCC on Friday in artist alley and I bought four of these panels (wonder woman, Harley, Catwoman, and poison Ivy) and I just wanted to say that I love them! Thanks so much!

Rich B. said...

Hey Melissa!
Thanks so much for the kind words. I really appreciate them. I'm sorry I did not see your post until now. I've been very bad about updating the blog here. I plan to fix that and remember to check it more often again! I'm really glad you liked the Panel Prints. These are new for me and I wasn't sure how they'd do at shows. But with some many people like yourself encouraging me and enjoying them as much as i enjoyed drawing them, I plan to do a lot more. I already have 6 new ones complete and hope to have them colored soon. By next convention season there will be a lot more choices. :)
Thanks again for the note here and the support at NYCC.