Name: Frankie B Washington
Specialties: Pencil, Pen, Brush, Ink, Watercolor & Photoshop/Digital
Style / Genre : Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Horror, Children
Web : http://www.frankiebwashington.com
Page rate for commissions :
Sketch Card : 2.5 x 3.5 -
B/W with Tone $30 USD Full Color $35
One Character – limited or non-environment
* Additional character – add $10
( I use markers and pencils to color)
“Please note that I draw two pages to one 11×17 board
The price listed is per page-please remember this.”
* Per Character Design/ One Figure :
B/W = $25 Digital Color = $50
* One Comic Book Page : Pen & Ink : 7 x 10.25
B/W = $75 Digital Color = $100 USD
* Comic Book Cover : Pen & Ink : 8 x 10.25
B/W = $100 Digital Color = $150 USD
* Commissioned Watercolor Painted Cover 200lb Aquarelle Watercolor Paper : 8 x 10 – B/W (Grey Tones) = $150 USD Full color = $200 USD
* Commissioned Marker/Mixed Media Painting : 10 x 15 on 11 x 17 / 2 ply comic book art board – B/W (Grey Tones) = $175 USD Full Color = $225 USD
Note :S/H rates can be viewed here, please read -
Current affiliations: Freelance
Previous work :
* Robert Steven Rhine : Satan’s 3 Ring Circus of Hell
* Cemetary Dance Magazine Issues #53 & #57
* Perhapanauts Pin-Up Issue #6 2009
* Haunted Computers – Little Shivers featured in the Grave Conditions Graphic Novel
* Marooned On Mogo children book series
* 5FINITY Sketch Card Sets : Archie 2009
Greatest American Hero 2009
Voltron Jan 2010
Dead@17 Mar 2010
The PRO May 2010
* Moonstone Books : Zombies vs Cheerleaders Jul 2010
* Fun Publications Inc : Transformer Sketch Cards 2011 botcon
Current projects :
* Fierce Fun Toys : Character artwork
* Moonstone Books : Voltron – United and Drawn Dec 2010
* 5FINITY Sketch Card Set: Hack/Slash Oct 2010
Lady Death Jan 2011
* Witch Girl Adventures : Lucinda comic
What was your first project that made you feel like a real artist and how did you get it?
* I was hired by a small production company called Robbins Entertainment and given the title creative director. I oversaw the development of their property called Colouron as well as storyboarded 2 feature films they produced (Squeeze & Next Stop Wonderland) – I received storyboard credits for both films.
What is your primary inspiration when creating art?
* I’m a child of the 70′s and 80′s so many of the cartoons, films and tv series were and still are a huge influence for me as I do artwork.
What other artists do you use to learn technique?
* Jack Kirby is a huge inspiration as well as John Byrne, Herb Trimpe, June Brigman and Paul Ryan. But I would like to also add Go Nagai as a individual who in the recent years has sparked a new light for me. His creation of Mazinger Z and leading in the rise of The Super Robots is profound in my eyes.
Where would you like to see yourself in five years with your art?
* Me and my partner, James Biggie’s creator-owned series being optioned or developed as an anime series or OAV.
What would your dream project be?
* My first response is my own comic project, which I’m doing now. But I will say if I had the chance to work on The Godzilla Remake or The Shogun Warrior movie I would be a very, very happy artist.
Final four questions –we ask everybody
Q) When the zombies take over the world where will you be?
* With my muse, Crystal and a band of friends/survivors heading North to Maine or Canada to start a new community and survive.
Q) Jedi, Ninja, vampire, were-wolf, pirate, fairy or Spartan?
* Were-Wolf, because I have a love affair with transformation and the ability to become something more powerful is appealing. I would ideally love to have control over my transformation but still retain some of the “feral nature”.
Q) What piece of art, be it in the form of music, a book, a film or picture, do you think people must experience before they die?
* The Sistine Chapel is a must see for any artist/person. I had to chance to see it way back in 2001 and I’m still in awe of it. Michaelangelo’s – Creation of Adam and The Last Judgement are beyond belief.
Q) Give one fact that most people would not believe about you?
*I’m scared of human looking dolls. I love die-cast robots because their humanoid but not “human looking”. I really think that it’s a phobia from my childhood.