Sometimes a man looks at a convention list and contemplates selling his house to buy all the Punk Storms in the world.
A sketch for my buddy, Terence XD
Sorry I’ve been slacking on the posts lately, but thankfully, the enormously talented Jackie Lewis has made it easy with this reblog.
I love Jackie’s work because she makes it look so effing easy. This piece has some incredible inks, and features the most incredibly rendered mohawk in my collection. It’s so lush, you guys.
This is an awesome piece I recently purchased from Matthew Humphreys! I really love the perspective and motion in this one, and it’s a “fun” piece in comparison to the often grimy portrayals of the character I normally request. Cheers to my friend and fellow art collector Lan Pitts for helping me procure this piece!
03. The Goddess With The Genoshan Tattoo.
Storm’s Mohawk is my favorite X-Man.
Dude, Jake Wyatt is one of my favorite recent discoveries. He’s doing a “Mighty Month of Marvel” theme right now, and you knew my girl was gonna show up!
Late last year, Ted Naifeh started experimenting with watercolor as a medium. He previously stated he hadn’t used them in years, but good lord, I’d have never known he was “rusty.” Love how he played with the figure lighting on this beauty. Also this piece is pretty huge by traditional standards, coming in at somewhere around 14x18. Check out Ted’s book, Courtney Crumrin, at your local comic store!
This is an incredible piece created by Chris Visions at NYCC 2012! I’m hoping to scoop this one up for my collection, and then commission him again (he’s currently open for commissions) down the line! Chris has an incredible way with traditional color, and really brings life to the page!
Just picked up the crown jewel in my collection! This is an incredibly personal piece drawn by my homeboy Chris Brunner. He still refers to it as a “work in progress.”
This piece evolved over several conversations over the course of like 3 years as Chris labored over how he wanted to compose it. He even involved good friend and genius colorist (and second half of the art duo The Kickstand Kids with Chris) Rico Renzi! Rico came up with the group name, Cairo Knives, and also created the logo treatment! Rumor has it that Rico is gonna color it and it could be available for purchase as a print as soon as Heroes Con 2013! This piece means a lot to me, as it was a collaborative effort of two people I consider close friends and MAGIC together as an art team.
Cairo Knives Roll Call: Dazzler, Storm, Yukio, and Lila Cheney!!!
HAPPY UNCANNY X-FORCE DAY! Issue 1 now available in stores and online! Written by Sam Humphries, art by Ron Garney. Mutant ninja noir is HERE!
Woot! She’s back in the game as of today!
Ultra quick sketch before bed. I might be fighting off a cold, so I’ve been downing Emergen-C.
This isn’t mine, but I need to know Evan’s commission rates, STAT. Love the posing here. Great stuff.