Glad to find this forum as I've been a big fan of Bradstreet for many years. It's been years since I've seen Tim and I'll bet ya any money he's completely forgotten who the hell I am LOL! Anyway, we used to have some good conversations about inking at conventions and such, but I ended up disappearing from the comics scene about 5 or 6 years ago and have now decided to try to get back in the 'biz'. Quite a lot has changed in comics since the last time I was published as inker for Kelley Jones on the first 4 issues or so of The Crusades. I know the digital age of comics is at it's beginning stages really as far as comics being completely created on the computer and if that day ever truly comes, it will be a sad day for me. There's nothing quite like taking a brush and making a beautiful smooth line or the gritty, rough scraping of the quill nib on the paper as you're inking. Although, I'm sure someone will come up with some sound effects that will play on your speaker as you're pretending to ink with a quill in Photoshop or Illustrator eventually LOL.
Anyway, enough rambling....here's some examples of my past published works.
Various published inks over pencillers Kelley Jones, Kyle Hotz and Jerry Beck.
Some of these scans didn't turn out to great because they were from poopy copies LOL. They were pieces that Kyle Hotz and I did for Madison Square Garden in NYC for their annual Halloween events that they used to hold back in the 90's.
Thanks for taking a peek and in case you were wondering, my influences are listed below in no particular order.
and of course, Graham Ingles
Ink Machine Productions