Now accepting commission requests!

Posted January 17, 2010 by boymeetshero
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– 9 x 12 original and signed, finished pencil drawing on heavy vellum paper
– One character
– No background
– $25 plus shipping

– 9 x 12 original and signed, finished Pencil Drawing on heavy vellum paper
– A signed, digitally colored print on high quality glossy paper
– One character
– No background
– $50 plus shipping

Payment accepted through PayPal.

All art will ship via USPS Priority Mail.
– $5.00 Within United States
– $12.00 Canada or Mexico
– $14.00 International

The above basic options are only the beginning! We’ll do more complex illustrations with multiple characters and backgrounds as well as larger format images too! Just send us the details of what you want and we’ll give you an estimate!

Send us your detailed request first and then we’ll contact you with acceptance of the project, an estimate of completion, and amount due including shipping.

We require payment before we’ll begin a project. Completion and shipment can take up to 2 weeks upon receipt of payment.

All pieces are final so BE SPECIFIC about what you want. Almost anything goes… superheroes, fantasy and sci-fi characters, hot guys, whatever you fancy. Just email us with your idea and we’ll let you know if we can handle it. We will offer preliminary sketch approval or revisions for an additional fee and upon request only. Otherwise we’ll produce the drawing based on your request and at our discretion.

View some of our work at our deviant art gallery to get an overview of what we can do for you.

This is pricing for individuals only. We do offer other graphic design services for advertising, graphic design or any other corporate interests. Please contact us contact us for pricing and availability.


Green Lantern – Kyle Rayner

Posted December 20, 2009 by boymeetshero
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In honor of DC Comics not killing off Kyle Rayner, I decided to draw another fan pic of him! (See issues #42 & #43 of GL Corps) Being that he’s my all-time, favorite comic book character, I realized I hadn’t ever drawn him in his current costume.

I pencilled this & then colorized it in Photoshop. The most challenging part was colorizing the black part of his costume. Overall, this was a very fun pic to work on!

You can also check out the pic I did of a male Star Sapphire at my deviantART gallery. I’ve posted tons of stuff there. Enjoy!


Green Lantern Lives!!!

Posted December 17, 2009 by boymeetshero
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Ok, so last month I was all pissed that DC comics killed off my all-time, favorite character, Kyle Rayner. Well, I just finished reading Green Lantern Corp #43 and, to my great relief, Kyle LIVES!!!

In the beginning of the issue Kyle lay dead on the planet of Oa after having defeated several attacking Black Lanterns. His power ring flew off his finger and proceeded on it’s way to space sector 2266. Two GL Corps members, Guy Gardner and Soranik Natu, rushed to his body. His death was too much for both of them to bear and Guy’s rage  allowed a Red Lantern ring to posses him. Natu, a surgeon and Kyle’s lover, attempted to revive him while Guy went on a rampage.

As Natu worked to bring her beloved back, a Black Lantern ring flew in and attempted to turn him into a zombie… But before it could command him to “rise”, an Indigo Lantern, with the power to destroy black rings, along with the rest of the GL Corps, jumped in to save the day!

Meanwhile, in another sector, Star Sapphire Miri, a Violet Lantern who had helped Kyle and Natu on a previous adventure, was informed by her ring that Kyle’s life was about to be extinguished. She immediately sped to his aid. Using Natu and Kyle’s love for each other, she used the power of the Star Sapphires to bring Kyle back to life!

Kyle and Natu embraced and then suddenly his power ring returned to restore him back to the Green Lantern Corps! The surrounding GL Corps members then informed Kyle of Guy’s current status as a Red Lantern and they decided to go help their friend.

And, oh yeah, on the very last page, Mogo, the planetary Green Lantern, showed up, for who knows what. Then it was “to be continued”!

Whew! What an issue! I can’t believe how much shit happened in this! It totally made up for what I thought was Kyle’s demise in the end of last issue. I was glad to see the GL’s finally kick some ass!

It was a very intense issue! When that Black Lantern ring slid onto Kyle’s hand, I was like “Oh, NO, you just didn’t!” I loved how the other hero Lanterns all rallied to help Natu bring Kyle back.

I usually don’t care much for Guy Gardner, but seeing he got as pissed as I did over Kyle’s death, I was like, “Hell, yes! Destroy those damned Black Lanterns, dude!” Now that Kyle’s okay, I’m sure he’ll be able to save Guy in the next issue.

The art by Patrick Gleason was top notch this issue. The splash page featuring Kyle’s return to the GL Corps was very sexy! And the script by Peter J. Tomasi was great. Like I said, it kept me in suspense the whole time! I was actually overcome with joy when Kyle came back. I guess it’s because of how much I love the character, but Mr. Tomasi really made me FEEL with this particular story arc!

After I finished the issue, all I could think was, “Thank you DC, for not killing off my all-time, favorite comic book character!” Yes, Kyle Rayner, Green Lantern LIVES!!!


Some Hot Pirate Action

Posted December 3, 2009 by boymeetshero
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Avast! I’ve been having fun creating some illustrations of hot, sexy fantasy men. After watching the Pirates of the Caribbean movies one day, I felt like drawing a sexy pirate. I came up with the basic body on my own and referenced some of my Jack Sparrow & Will Turner action figures to come up with his outfit. I guess he forgot his shirt back on his ship. (The guys I draw tend to do that a lot! lol)

I also have a gallery up on deviantART if you wanna browse some of my other projects. I uploaded this image there and my bf Russ has some photography stuff there as well.

Drink up me hearties, yo ho!


Modern Comics… Where’s the Fun?

Posted November 17, 2009 by boymeetshero
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Since my favorite comic character, Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner) was killed off last week, I was inspired to post my thoughts on modern comics…

I’ve been a comic book reader for years. I first started back in the 80’s, became a hard-core collector in the 90’s, and continue to this day every Wednesday to get my weekly stash. The biggest draw that comics had for me when I first discovered them was that they had a fun sense of adventure. Colorful superheroes had a huge impact on me and I still love ’em.

But now-a-days, comic books are a serious matter. Gone are the carefree days when heroes always came out on top. Both Marvel and DC have gotten so dark, Marvel has even named all their comics “Dark” this and “Dark” that. And DC’s big cross-over event this year is “Blackest Night”. Most main stream comics have gotten too dark for me, and I’ve gradually had to drop all kinds of titles from my pull-list.

In a way, it does save me money every week. I mean, c’mon, four bucks for a comic!!! Luckily, the few issues I continue to collect are still hanging on to the $2.99 price point. In case you’re wondering, the titles I’m still loyal to are:

Green Lantern, Green Lantern Corps, Nova, Guardians of the Galaxy, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Star Wars: Legacy

That’s pretty much all I can afford. These titles are still fun for me, but even they can get a bit dark at times. I used to get Spider-Man, X-Men, Avengers, Superman, Flash, Justice League, etc… All kinds of titles that had plenty of fun and adventure.

Not any more…

I guess that after 9-11, when the terrorists made Dr. Doom cry in Amazing Spider-Man #36, (you know, the one with the all-black cover that addressed the tragedy in the Marvel Universe), comic book companies decided that “fun-time” was over. Time to get serious!

The problem I have, is that most comic book super heroes were created years ago and were considered light-hearted, escapist entertainment. They wore vibrant, colorful costumes and always defeated the bizarre villains they encountered. Those comics made me feel good after I read them.

After I read DC’s “Blackest Knight” #1, I felt sick! The violence alone made me nauseous. Somewhere along the line, the tide turned and super villains became ultra powerful. Now they defeat the good guys practically at every turn!

Anyway, the thing that just doesn’t work for me is that these costumed characters that have been around since the 60’s seem out of place in such dark settings. Who would have ever thought that a DC villain called Dr. Light, who used his light powers to rob banks in the old days, would have gone on to rape Elongated-Man’s wife, causing the DC heroes to have an “Identity Crisis”!?! Or that a small time Marvel villain named Nitro from who-knows-where, would have nuked a bunch of school kids, plummeting the Marvel heroes into a “Civil War”!?!

The code-names, crazy powers and costumes seem silly now in such serious stories. Just imagine if this dialogue had been featured in a 1960’s comic:

“I am Dr. Light! The world shall tremble before the awesome might of my light ray powers! What to do, what to do. I know, I think I’ll go rape Elongated-Man’s wife!”

It just doesn’t work!

I will admit, I don’t mind giving comics a bit more maturity than they were given in the “Golden” and “Silver” ages. I just feel that the writers of modern comics are taking things further than I am interested in.

Here are some examples that are depressing me from the past few years worth of modern comic continuity; in Marvel, Iron-Man hates Captain America, Spider-Man loses his marriage with Mary Jane to a demon, Captain America gets killed… Then over in DC, Batman gets fried by Darksied, Superboy and Kid Flash both bite the big one, and countless other DCU heroes are currently getting there hearts literally torn out of their bodies by Black Lanterns in “Blackest Night”… I was so pissed to find out that my boy Aquaman died at some point and is now a zombie! WTF!?!

Things have gotten so dark, I just don’t see comic companies returning to a happier tone without a complete re-boot. When I read a comic, I don’t want to be reminded that the world can suck. I read comics to escape reality. I want to see the characters I love reading about enjoy their lives. Shouldn’t being a super hero be fun? When I was a kid, I used to daydream I had super powers. Hell, I would never want to be super hero these days! Tragedy and suffering would be all I’d encounter.

Please, Marvel and DC, let the super heroes have their fun back!


R.I.P. Green Lantern…

Posted November 11, 2009 by boymeetshero
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I have one more HUGE reason to hate DC’s “Blackest Night”. I just finished reading Green Lantern Corps #42 and was caught off guard by the last page. Kyle Rayner, my favorite, all-time comic book character, is dead

Kyle died on Oa while carrying an Alpha Lantern Heart which had been ripped out by a Black Lantern. It was about to explode, so he flew up next to a group of Black Lanterns that were going to destroy the Green Lantern Central Power Battery. He said his good byes to his friends, and then BOOM! After the smoke cleared, the Black Lanterns were gone and Kyle lay on the ground motionless as his power ring flew off his finger, declared him dead, and went off to space sector 2261 for some reason.

All I can say is, this better be a fake-out! DC better NOT kill off my all-time FAVORITE character! Hopefully he will be revived next issue by his current girlfriend Soranik Natu, a fellow GL Corps member who’s also a surgeon.

It’s always like a slap in the face when a favorite comic character is killed off. I used to be a big fan of DC’s Azreal (Jean-Paul Valley). But his book didn’t sell that well, so DC offed him!

Sigh, many of the characters I get attached to end up dying. But they usually come back somehow a little while later. So as I said before, I hope Kyle’s death isn’t real.

Until I find out Kyle’s true fate, I’m gonna be one sad GL fan… Sob.



Round One… Fight!!!

Posted November 6, 2009 by boymeetshero
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I finally just bought Street Fighter 4 for the PS3 last night. It’s pretty cool! So far I’ve had a lot of fun with it.

I’ve been a big fan of the Street Fighter franchise since part 2 came out back in 1991. I worked at an arcade at the time of it’s debut and it was all anybody played.

Playing the latest game inspired me to dig up an old character design I’d created back in 2004. Since it was in black and white, I decided to colorize in Photoshop it today.

The dude’s name is Dash and he’s, you guessed it, a gay Street Fighter! Yay! He’s sort of a combination of Ken, Vega and Adon, my three faves.


DASH – The Flaming Fist of Fury
“I never met a man I couldn’t lick.”
Nationality: American
Age: 23
Height: 6’0 ” Weight: 160 lbs
Hair Color: Sandy Blonde
Eye Color: Baby Blue
Blood Type: B Positive
Occupation: Police Detective
Likes: Guys with gorgeous eyes. Pizza (Hand-tossed.) The beach.
Dislikes: Name calling. People who are not true to themselves.
Fighting Style: Muay Thai Kickboxing
Special Techniques: Flaming Dash Uppercut, Flaming Feet Kick

• Very quick and agile fighter. Uses flirtation to confuse and fluster both male and female opponents, then moves in for the final blow.

• Weaknesses: Attraction to good-looking men causes distraction; Flirtation ineffectual against non-human opponents (i.e. monsters, cyborgs, aliens, etc.)

• Works as a police detective by day and fights in the local kickboxing league by night.

That’s all the stuff I came up with for him… Now if only I could get Capcom to include him in an upcoming game! lol