Here's a piece of work I'm offering up for sale. It's the original black & white line art (left image) featuring Judge Dredd which I drew for issue (Prog) 1333 of 2000ad. I've recently found the preliminary sketches I produced for the cover, so they'll also be included in the sale.
The artwork is A3 size (420 x 297 mm) and was drawn on Daler/Rowney cartridge paper with Rotring technical pens filled with black FW Acrylic Ink.
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It's the last day of the auction, folks, but it's not too late to make that winning bid and make my impending 50th birthday even happier. The finishing time for the auction is today (19 Mar '12) at 21:31:11 GMT. Here's a link to my Ebay page for those of you who sensibly realise their lives will count for little should they fail to acquire this wonderful piece of original artwork by the LEGENDARY Cliff Robinson. Self opinionated? Moi?
This line art for one of my old Judge Dredd covers is now up for auction on Ebay
It's my first attempt at selling on Ebay. Fingers crossed. Let's see how it goes...
The Royal Mail have used Dredd's face and shoulders from this very cover to adorn one of their postage stamps, which is part of a new set of stamps celebrating 75 years of the Great British Comic (see picture). So this is a chance to own a real collector's item. I bet you can hardly wait to have the 'winning' bid.
A while back, a gentleman called David Gonzalez contacted me and asked if he could have a go at creating a Zbrush version of my 'Judge Dredd versus Judge Death' commission picture. I told him it was okay to go ahead. Here is the finished CG model.
It looks pretty damn fine to me. Follow this link to the CGSociety website to see more pictures of David's amazing sculpt .
Also, here's David's sculpt on a CG 'turntable'. Very impressive work, Mr. Gonzalez.
All clever stuff. I'd like to have a go with that Zbrush software someday, but at around £500 I guess I'll have to start saving, sigh.
Well, they returned a few weeks back now, but due to my tardy nature I'm only now posting about it.
JUDGE DREDD: PERSISTENT VEGETATIVE STATE,
was a two part Dredd story written by Gordon Rennie and featured those lovable potato men (or women. It's so hard to tell). These odd characters first appeared in 2000ad way back in...er, well it was a long time ago for sure. Maybe someone can tell me in 'comments'?
My preliminary sketches for the cover can be seen over on Pete Wells' blog. Special mention for Dylan Teague who did a fantastic job on colouring this cover as well as the strip. Thanks, Dylan.