Steve Bryant’s Ursula Wilde hangs in peril. Penciled on 11″x14″ Bristol board. To be inked.
For those who visited Steve Bryant’s table at this year’s San Diego Comic Con, you may have noticed and picked up a Preview Edition of Cipher: The Sorcerer Pope. Come to find out that one of those that picked up a copy was Greg Burgas, the author of Comic Book Resources‘ (CBR) Comics Should Be Good column. In his July 26th edition of the column, he gave a brief recap of that event here, describing Cipher as:
Cipher: The Sorceror Pope Part One by Steve Bryant and JunBob Kim. Kim’s art is really keen, and only crazy people don’t like Bryant’s writing!
Following his brief recap, he kindly did a full review of the issue. It does include some spoilers so be sure to read at your own risk.
I’m still on the loose, gritty sketching kick. Another one of Cipher protagonist Ursula Wilde (created by Athena Voltaire creator Steve Bryant). Ink on 8″x11″ Bristol board and then digitally colored. Click on the images for a larger version.
A quick sketch of Cipher’s Ursula Wilde both in b/w & digital colors. Inked on 8.5″x11″ Bristol art paper. Click to view the larger images.
Some sketches of characters from Cipher (a comic book previously known as Ursula Wilde). With my schedule somewhat subsided, I am beginning the work on issue two of the first story arc – Cipher: The Sorcerer Pope. I’ve decided to do some warm sketches of the characters before I begin the work on the pages.
A penciled sketch of Holly from Cipher, an upcoming comic book by creator Steve Bryant, co-writer Molly McBride, and art by Jun Bob Kim. The book was previously marketed as Ursula Widle, the main protagonist of the book.