Sunday, September 25, 2005

RVP Preview #1

Here's some preview art from Ronin Variations Presents: The Venger #1. The pages were drawn by Ben Harvey from a Venger story by me entitled 'Dead Man's Revenge'. Ben is also inking his work and is almost done with that. These are some of the unfinished pencils. To refresh everyone's minds Ronin Variations Presents is the new Ronin Studios anthology that tells the same story from 3 different art teams. I'll be posting some more art from the second artist soon.

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