1. Beast, X-Men.Pigma Micron markers, Pentel pocket brush pen, & Copic Sketch Markers.

    Beast, X-Men.

    Pigma Micron markers, Pentel pocket brush pen, & Copic Sketch Markers.

  2. Beast, X-Men.Pilot non-repro blue mechanical pencil and .3 HB lead mechanical pencil.

    Beast, X-Men.

    Pilot non-repro blue mechanical pencil and .3 HB lead mechanical pencil.

  3. X-Men: Battle of the Atom sketch cover.Now with color!Pigma Micron & Copic Markers.Learn more about COPIC markers.This sketch cover is for sale. Email me at mail@wildguard.com for more info.

    X-Men: Battle of the Atom sketch cover.
    Now with color!

    Pigma Micron & Copic Markers.
    Learn more about COPIC markers.

    This sketch cover is for sale. Email me at mail@wildguard.com for more info.

  4. X-Men: Battle of the Atom sketch cover.Colored version to post later next week.

    X-Men: Battle of the Atom sketch cover.
    Colored version to post later next week.

  5. From my personal sketchbook: Beast, 80’s X-Factor.

    From my personal sketchbook: Beast, 80’s X-Factor.

  6. Thought I’d try sketching the latest mutation of Beast from All-New X-Men.Drawn with Pilot Eno .07 non-repro blue mechnical pencil and Pentel pocket brush pen.

    Thought I’d try sketching the latest mutation of Beast from All-New X-Men.
    Drawn with Pilot Eno .07 non-repro blue mechnical pencil and Pentel pocket brush pen.

  7. Iceman, Beast and Archangel from my favorite era of X-Factor.Watercolor and Pigma Micron markers.

    Iceman, Beast and Archangel from my favorite era of X-Factor.

    Watercolor and Pigma Micron markers.

  8. Beast, X-Men. Copic markers.
This is my favorite era for Beast. 80’s X-factor-early 90’s X-Men.

    Beast, X-Men. Copic markers.

    This is my favorite era for Beast. 80’s X-factor-early 90’s X-Men.

  9. Beast: 80’s era X-Men. Warm-up sketch, pencil & brush pen. (Taken with instagram)

    Beast: 80’s era X-Men. Warm-up sketch, pencil & brush pen. (Taken with instagram)

  10. 1980’s X-Factor.
    I discovered this series as a kid with issue #3. It’s one of my all-time favorite runs in comics.
    It may not be easily visible in my work, but Walter Simonson is one of my earliest influences.