Here are the inks for the cover to Man-Gull #1. With luck, you'll be able to buy a copy at the Small Press Expo in exactly 2 months and 1 day from today, and shortly thereafter online.
This took in the vicinity of 9 hours to ink. The entire thing was done with quill (aside from the solid blacks, which were, of course, filled in with a brush). The layout is an homage to a pulp magazine cover painted by H.J. Ward back in the late 1930's. I got the idea for the black bars at the top and bottom from ~GreenSkyZero
. He put them on his cover for Forever Winter #1, so I decided to adopt the same look for Man-Gull's cover to create a sense of uniformity within our...company? Can I call it that? Label? You get the idea.
Drawn on Strathmore bristol, inked with a quill and a brush, and cleaned up in Photoshop.