- Frazer Irving
Co-written with John Wagner too.
And here is that image revised for the actual series. I should point out that whatever narrative is implied in this image had no relation to the actual story. It was a “mood peice” to set the tone, and to allow some nice opening narration to introduce us to the set-up.
This took 3 hours to ink. I remember that day well: it was hot, then my buddy Mike came over, and then we got high.
A second Art-snack for you tonight. This image has popped up again on the internet, albeit a low-res version that really doesn’t show the brush work, so I decided to upload my own version which is nicer.
It was originally concieved as a pitch for a Judge Death series to run in 2000AD, one which would have been written by Garth Ennis at the time. Nothing came of that, and my efforts lay ignored until John Wagner decided to revive the character and this image scored me the gig.
I revised it for the first page of that new series, and I prefer the revised version way more but this does have it’s own dark charm.
All sable brush and indian ink, all analogue. Those were the days, eh?
A classic Terror Tale from Gordon Rennie and frazer Irving, recently reprinted in Tharg’s Terror Tales Presents…
Saucy Nikolai Dante cover(Prog1213,4Oct’00)from the wonderful Frazer Irving and beautifully coloured by Chris Blythe.
Dante once again comes to the rescue of Henry Windsor McKray,“Mad King” of Britannia(27th century,U.K),with the help of his “Rudinshtein Irregulars”,in “Battleship Potemkin”.
(“Tsar Wars”Vol.1;script:Robbie Morrison;art:Simon Fraser)