blackyjunkgallery:

little illustration break, eventually for an exhibition.I got in touch with a publisher for “Trauma Soldier”. Sounds good but i wait for his final answer.

blackyjunkgallery:

little illustration break, eventually for an exhibition.
I got in touch with a publisher for “Trauma Soldier”. Sounds good but i wait for his final answer.

shzrebelka:

Traditional inking is time consuming…Pages in progress of the  fantasy story I am working on, together with writer Yohan Radomski.
shzrebelka:

Traditional inking is time consuming…Pages in progress of the  fantasy story I am working on, together with writer Yohan Radomski.
shzrebelka:

Traditional inking is time consuming…Pages in progress of the  fantasy story I am working on, together with writer Yohan Radomski.

shzrebelka:

Traditional inking is time consuming…
Pages in progress of the  fantasy story I am working on, together with writer Yohan Radomski.

hchomgoblin:

I’m staying at my parents’ (now mostly abandoned) house for the weekend, so I can do some hot, burly woodworking (Hchom sale soon - ready thy loins). I’ve been browsing through some old hard drives, and I found these D&D designs which I’d totally forgotten about.
I can tell by the horse’s stiff little feets, that I was looking at a plastic model while I drew it.

I will forever love these “illustrated inventory” style drawings. Next D&D campaign I do my character is definitely getting one by me. hchomgoblin:

I’m staying at my parents’ (now mostly abandoned) house for the weekend, so I can do some hot, burly woodworking (Hchom sale soon - ready thy loins). I’ve been browsing through some old hard drives, and I found these D&D designs which I’d totally forgotten about.
I can tell by the horse’s stiff little feets, that I was looking at a plastic model while I drew it.

I will forever love these “illustrated inventory” style drawings. Next D&D campaign I do my character is definitely getting one by me. hchomgoblin:

I’m staying at my parents’ (now mostly abandoned) house for the weekend, so I can do some hot, burly woodworking (Hchom sale soon - ready thy loins). I’ve been browsing through some old hard drives, and I found these D&D designs which I’d totally forgotten about.
I can tell by the horse’s stiff little feets, that I was looking at a plastic model while I drew it.

I will forever love these “illustrated inventory” style drawings. Next D&D campaign I do my character is definitely getting one by me.

hchomgoblin:

I’m staying at my parents’ (now mostly abandoned) house for the weekend, so I can do some hot, burly woodworking (Hchom sale soon - ready thy loins). I’ve been browsing through some old hard drives, and I found these D&D designs which I’d totally forgotten about.

I can tell by the horse’s stiff little feets, that I was looking at a plastic model while I drew it.

I will forever love these “illustrated inventory” style drawings. Next D&D campaign I do my character is definitely getting one by me.

sbosma:

Hey guys,
I’ll be at Small Press Expo this weekend in Bethesda, tabling with Kali, Andrea, and Jimmy, at tables W80-W81. My tablemates will all have great stuff to check out, so come see all of us!
As far as my stuff, I’ll have a few new things:
-The Hanging Tower, a 28-page Western set in a ruined fantasy world. I’ve been posting some development stuff from it over the past few weeks. The main character is an old knight who is navigating her way on a search for a lost girl. It’s got horses, rubble, bells, old timey language, vultures and I’m sure there’s some other stuff in there, too. In a lot of ways, it’s a story about place and purpose. I hope you like it.
-Pins! I have these two pins, either in gold or silver and enamel black. They’re about one-inch wide and they sparkle up real nice.
-New prints! I’ll have Gatherers, Polypheme and Odyssea, and Critical Education in 12x18” super nice archival editions.
Older stuff! I’ll have some old classic prints, a few copies of Treasure Chest, and Fantasy Basketball, and some freebie postcards! Fantasy Basketball, I should add, is up for an Ignatz Award for Outstanding Artist. If you come to the show, I hope you like it enough to vote for it. 
If you can’t make it to SPX, fear not! This stuff will be available online sometime next week.

"The Hanging Tower" looks like my kind of jam, in a big way… excited to get my hands on it. sbosma:

Hey guys,
I’ll be at Small Press Expo this weekend in Bethesda, tabling with Kali, Andrea, and Jimmy, at tables W80-W81. My tablemates will all have great stuff to check out, so come see all of us!
As far as my stuff, I’ll have a few new things:
-The Hanging Tower, a 28-page Western set in a ruined fantasy world. I’ve been posting some development stuff from it over the past few weeks. The main character is an old knight who is navigating her way on a search for a lost girl. It’s got horses, rubble, bells, old timey language, vultures and I’m sure there’s some other stuff in there, too. In a lot of ways, it’s a story about place and purpose. I hope you like it.
-Pins! I have these two pins, either in gold or silver and enamel black. They’re about one-inch wide and they sparkle up real nice.
-New prints! I’ll have Gatherers, Polypheme and Odyssea, and Critical Education in 12x18” super nice archival editions.
Older stuff! I’ll have some old classic prints, a few copies of Treasure Chest, and Fantasy Basketball, and some freebie postcards! Fantasy Basketball, I should add, is up for an Ignatz Award for Outstanding Artist. If you come to the show, I hope you like it enough to vote for it. 
If you can’t make it to SPX, fear not! This stuff will be available online sometime next week.

"The Hanging Tower" looks like my kind of jam, in a big way… excited to get my hands on it. sbosma:

Hey guys,
I’ll be at Small Press Expo this weekend in Bethesda, tabling with Kali, Andrea, and Jimmy, at tables W80-W81. My tablemates will all have great stuff to check out, so come see all of us!
As far as my stuff, I’ll have a few new things:
-The Hanging Tower, a 28-page Western set in a ruined fantasy world. I’ve been posting some development stuff from it over the past few weeks. The main character is an old knight who is navigating her way on a search for a lost girl. It’s got horses, rubble, bells, old timey language, vultures and I’m sure there’s some other stuff in there, too. In a lot of ways, it’s a story about place and purpose. I hope you like it.
-Pins! I have these two pins, either in gold or silver and enamel black. They’re about one-inch wide and they sparkle up real nice.
-New prints! I’ll have Gatherers, Polypheme and Odyssea, and Critical Education in 12x18” super nice archival editions.
Older stuff! I’ll have some old classic prints, a few copies of Treasure Chest, and Fantasy Basketball, and some freebie postcards! Fantasy Basketball, I should add, is up for an Ignatz Award for Outstanding Artist. If you come to the show, I hope you like it enough to vote for it. 
If you can’t make it to SPX, fear not! This stuff will be available online sometime next week.

"The Hanging Tower" looks like my kind of jam, in a big way… excited to get my hands on it. sbosma:

Hey guys,
I’ll be at Small Press Expo this weekend in Bethesda, tabling with Kali, Andrea, and Jimmy, at tables W80-W81. My tablemates will all have great stuff to check out, so come see all of us!
As far as my stuff, I’ll have a few new things:
-The Hanging Tower, a 28-page Western set in a ruined fantasy world. I’ve been posting some development stuff from it over the past few weeks. The main character is an old knight who is navigating her way on a search for a lost girl. It’s got horses, rubble, bells, old timey language, vultures and I’m sure there’s some other stuff in there, too. In a lot of ways, it’s a story about place and purpose. I hope you like it.
-Pins! I have these two pins, either in gold or silver and enamel black. They’re about one-inch wide and they sparkle up real nice.
-New prints! I’ll have Gatherers, Polypheme and Odyssea, and Critical Education in 12x18” super nice archival editions.
Older stuff! I’ll have some old classic prints, a few copies of Treasure Chest, and Fantasy Basketball, and some freebie postcards! Fantasy Basketball, I should add, is up for an Ignatz Award for Outstanding Artist. If you come to the show, I hope you like it enough to vote for it. 
If you can’t make it to SPX, fear not! This stuff will be available online sometime next week.

"The Hanging Tower" looks like my kind of jam, in a big way… excited to get my hands on it. sbosma:

Hey guys,
I’ll be at Small Press Expo this weekend in Bethesda, tabling with Kali, Andrea, and Jimmy, at tables W80-W81. My tablemates will all have great stuff to check out, so come see all of us!
As far as my stuff, I’ll have a few new things:
-The Hanging Tower, a 28-page Western set in a ruined fantasy world. I’ve been posting some development stuff from it over the past few weeks. The main character is an old knight who is navigating her way on a search for a lost girl. It’s got horses, rubble, bells, old timey language, vultures and I’m sure there’s some other stuff in there, too. In a lot of ways, it’s a story about place and purpose. I hope you like it.
-Pins! I have these two pins, either in gold or silver and enamel black. They’re about one-inch wide and they sparkle up real nice.
-New prints! I’ll have Gatherers, Polypheme and Odyssea, and Critical Education in 12x18” super nice archival editions.
Older stuff! I’ll have some old classic prints, a few copies of Treasure Chest, and Fantasy Basketball, and some freebie postcards! Fantasy Basketball, I should add, is up for an Ignatz Award for Outstanding Artist. If you come to the show, I hope you like it enough to vote for it. 
If you can’t make it to SPX, fear not! This stuff will be available online sometime next week.

"The Hanging Tower" looks like my kind of jam, in a big way… excited to get my hands on it. sbosma:

Hey guys,
I’ll be at Small Press Expo this weekend in Bethesda, tabling with Kali, Andrea, and Jimmy, at tables W80-W81. My tablemates will all have great stuff to check out, so come see all of us!
As far as my stuff, I’ll have a few new things:
-The Hanging Tower, a 28-page Western set in a ruined fantasy world. I’ve been posting some development stuff from it over the past few weeks. The main character is an old knight who is navigating her way on a search for a lost girl. It’s got horses, rubble, bells, old timey language, vultures and I’m sure there’s some other stuff in there, too. In a lot of ways, it’s a story about place and purpose. I hope you like it.
-Pins! I have these two pins, either in gold or silver and enamel black. They’re about one-inch wide and they sparkle up real nice.
-New prints! I’ll have Gatherers, Polypheme and Odyssea, and Critical Education in 12x18” super nice archival editions.
Older stuff! I’ll have some old classic prints, a few copies of Treasure Chest, and Fantasy Basketball, and some freebie postcards! Fantasy Basketball, I should add, is up for an Ignatz Award for Outstanding Artist. If you come to the show, I hope you like it enough to vote for it. 
If you can’t make it to SPX, fear not! This stuff will be available online sometime next week.

"The Hanging Tower" looks like my kind of jam, in a big way… excited to get my hands on it.

sbosma:

Hey guys,

I’ll be at Small Press Expo this weekend in Bethesda, tabling with Kali, Andrea, and Jimmy, at tables W80-W81. My tablemates will all have great stuff to check out, so come see all of us!

As far as my stuff, I’ll have a few new things:

-The Hanging Tower, a 28-page Western set in a ruined fantasy world. I’ve been posting some development stuff from it over the past few weeks. The main character is an old knight who is navigating her way on a search for a lost girl. It’s got horses, rubble, bells, old timey language, vultures and I’m sure there’s some other stuff in there, too. In a lot of ways, it’s a story about place and purpose. I hope you like it.

-Pins! I have these two pins, either in gold or silver and enamel black. They’re about one-inch wide and they sparkle up real nice.

-New prints! I’ll have Gatherers, Polypheme and Odyssea, and Critical Education in 12x18” super nice archival editions.

Older stuff! I’ll have some old classic prints, a few copies of Treasure Chest, and Fantasy Basketball, and some freebie postcards! Fantasy Basketball, I should add, is up for an Ignatz Award for Outstanding Artist. If you come to the show, I hope you like it enough to vote for it. 

If you can’t make it to SPX, fear not! This stuff will be available online sometime next week.

"The Hanging Tower" looks like my kind of jam, in a big way… excited to get my hands on it.

josheckert:

What if the X-Men were a crew of gearheads a la Fast & Furious, who drove superpowered cars and faced off against rival car crews and injustice?
Charles “The Professor” Xavier and Erik “The Metallurgist” Lensherr were partners a long time ago, working for S.H.I.E.L.D. and engaging in undercover vehicular infiltration of villainous, experimental car crews like HYDRA and A.I.M. After their most significant bust, Erik wanted to go rogue, using the technology they’d uncovered to break free from S.H.I.E.L.D. and make the sorts of cars they’d always dreamed of. But Charles wants to turn over what they’d found to S.H.I.E.L.D. Erik, sensing his friend has betrayed their own ideals, engineers an accident that leaves Charles paralyzed, unable to drive ever again. So, with the backing of S.H.I.E.L.D., he opens an automotive academy, taking in wayward drivers and using the HYDRA and A.I.M. tech to outfit a new team of motorists to track down and take out his old friend…
These are the Children of the Engine.
*** Character Concept #1 ***
Real Name:  James Howlett
Codename:  Wolverine
Role:  The Grunt
Car:  Weapon X
Bio:  He’s the best there is at what he does, and what he does is drive like a fucking maniac. He isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty and operates his car as if he’s got a death wish. James learned to drive in the Canadian wilderness, which means he’s capable of handling nearly any terrain that crosses his path. The Weapon X is built upon an adamantium chassis and its exterior is from an experimental alloy that allows it to recover from nearly any damage it receives. In addition to this, the car is outfitted with a series of retractable “claws” capable of slicing through metal and tires alike.
Next Character: Nightcrawler
((Words by James F. Wright  - Art by Josh Eckert))Must-Read:*** How I Learned to Stop Hating and Love the ‘Fast and the Furious’ Franchise ***
josheckert:

What if the X-Men were a crew of gearheads a la Fast & Furious, who drove superpowered cars and faced off against rival car crews and injustice?
Charles “The Professor” Xavier and Erik “The Metallurgist” Lensherr were partners a long time ago, working for S.H.I.E.L.D. and engaging in undercover vehicular infiltration of villainous, experimental car crews like HYDRA and A.I.M. After their most significant bust, Erik wanted to go rogue, using the technology they’d uncovered to break free from S.H.I.E.L.D. and make the sorts of cars they’d always dreamed of. But Charles wants to turn over what they’d found to S.H.I.E.L.D. Erik, sensing his friend has betrayed their own ideals, engineers an accident that leaves Charles paralyzed, unable to drive ever again. So, with the backing of S.H.I.E.L.D., he opens an automotive academy, taking in wayward drivers and using the HYDRA and A.I.M. tech to outfit a new team of motorists to track down and take out his old friend…
These are the Children of the Engine.
*** Character Concept #1 ***
Real Name:  James Howlett
Codename:  Wolverine
Role:  The Grunt
Car:  Weapon X
Bio:  He’s the best there is at what he does, and what he does is drive like a fucking maniac. He isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty and operates his car as if he’s got a death wish. James learned to drive in the Canadian wilderness, which means he’s capable of handling nearly any terrain that crosses his path. The Weapon X is built upon an adamantium chassis and its exterior is from an experimental alloy that allows it to recover from nearly any damage it receives. In addition to this, the car is outfitted with a series of retractable “claws” capable of slicing through metal and tires alike.
Next Character: Nightcrawler
((Words by James F. Wright  - Art by Josh Eckert))Must-Read:*** How I Learned to Stop Hating and Love the ‘Fast and the Furious’ Franchise ***
josheckert:

What if the X-Men were a crew of gearheads a la Fast & Furious, who drove superpowered cars and faced off against rival car crews and injustice?
Charles “The Professor” Xavier and Erik “The Metallurgist” Lensherr were partners a long time ago, working for S.H.I.E.L.D. and engaging in undercover vehicular infiltration of villainous, experimental car crews like HYDRA and A.I.M. After their most significant bust, Erik wanted to go rogue, using the technology they’d uncovered to break free from S.H.I.E.L.D. and make the sorts of cars they’d always dreamed of. But Charles wants to turn over what they’d found to S.H.I.E.L.D. Erik, sensing his friend has betrayed their own ideals, engineers an accident that leaves Charles paralyzed, unable to drive ever again. So, with the backing of S.H.I.E.L.D., he opens an automotive academy, taking in wayward drivers and using the HYDRA and A.I.M. tech to outfit a new team of motorists to track down and take out his old friend…
These are the Children of the Engine.
*** Character Concept #1 ***
Real Name:  James Howlett
Codename:  Wolverine
Role:  The Grunt
Car:  Weapon X
Bio:  He’s the best there is at what he does, and what he does is drive like a fucking maniac. He isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty and operates his car as if he’s got a death wish. James learned to drive in the Canadian wilderness, which means he’s capable of handling nearly any terrain that crosses his path. The Weapon X is built upon an adamantium chassis and its exterior is from an experimental alloy that allows it to recover from nearly any damage it receives. In addition to this, the car is outfitted with a series of retractable “claws” capable of slicing through metal and tires alike.
Next Character: Nightcrawler
((Words by James F. Wright  - Art by Josh Eckert))Must-Read:*** How I Learned to Stop Hating and Love the ‘Fast and the Furious’ Franchise ***
josheckert:

What if the X-Men were a crew of gearheads a la Fast & Furious, who drove superpowered cars and faced off against rival car crews and injustice?
Charles “The Professor” Xavier and Erik “The Metallurgist” Lensherr were partners a long time ago, working for S.H.I.E.L.D. and engaging in undercover vehicular infiltration of villainous, experimental car crews like HYDRA and A.I.M. After their most significant bust, Erik wanted to go rogue, using the technology they’d uncovered to break free from S.H.I.E.L.D. and make the sorts of cars they’d always dreamed of. But Charles wants to turn over what they’d found to S.H.I.E.L.D. Erik, sensing his friend has betrayed their own ideals, engineers an accident that leaves Charles paralyzed, unable to drive ever again. So, with the backing of S.H.I.E.L.D., he opens an automotive academy, taking in wayward drivers and using the HYDRA and A.I.M. tech to outfit a new team of motorists to track down and take out his old friend…
These are the Children of the Engine.
*** Character Concept #1 ***
Real Name:  James Howlett
Codename:  Wolverine
Role:  The Grunt
Car:  Weapon X
Bio:  He’s the best there is at what he does, and what he does is drive like a fucking maniac. He isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty and operates his car as if he’s got a death wish. James learned to drive in the Canadian wilderness, which means he’s capable of handling nearly any terrain that crosses his path. The Weapon X is built upon an adamantium chassis and its exterior is from an experimental alloy that allows it to recover from nearly any damage it receives. In addition to this, the car is outfitted with a series of retractable “claws” capable of slicing through metal and tires alike.
Next Character: Nightcrawler
((Words by James F. Wright  - Art by Josh Eckert))Must-Read:*** How I Learned to Stop Hating and Love the ‘Fast and the Furious’ Franchise ***

josheckert:

What if the X-Men were a crew of gearheads a la Fast & Furious, who drove superpowered cars and faced off against rival car crews and injustice?

Charles “The Professor” Xavier and Erik “The Metallurgist” Lensherr were partners a long time ago, working for S.H.I.E.L.D. and engaging in undercover vehicular infiltration of villainous, experimental car crews like HYDRA and A.I.M. After their most significant bust, Erik wanted to go rogue, using the technology they’d uncovered to break free from S.H.I.E.L.D. and make the sorts of cars they’d always dreamed of. But Charles wants to turn over what they’d found to S.H.I.E.L.D. Erik, sensing his friend has betrayed their own ideals, engineers an accident that leaves Charles paralyzed, unable to drive ever again. So, with the backing of S.H.I.E.L.D., he opens an automotive academy, taking in wayward drivers and using the HYDRA and A.I.M. tech to outfit a new team of motorists to track down and take out his old friend…

These are the Children of the Engine.

*** Character Concept #1 ***

Real Name:  James Howlett

Codename:  Wolverine

Role:  The Grunt

Car:  Weapon X

Bio:  He’s the best there is at what he does, and what he does is drive like a fucking maniac. He isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty and operates his car as if he’s got a death wish. James learned to drive in the Canadian wilderness, which means he’s capable of handling nearly any terrain that crosses his path. The Weapon X is built upon an adamantium chassis and its exterior is from an experimental alloy that allows it to recover from nearly any damage it receives. In addition to this, the car is outfitted with a series of retractable “claws” capable of slicing through metal and tires alike.

Next Character: Nightcrawler

((Words by James F. Wright  - Art by Josh Eckert))

Must-Read:
*** How I Learned to Stop Hating and Love the ‘Fast and the Furious’ Franchise ***

centuriesofdust:

Sorry about irregular post times this week. Baltimore Comic Con left me with a strained back and thus working at the computer has been something of a painful adventure this week.Thankfully, I’m on the mend and getting back on schedule. Two more updates coming your way on or before Sunday.

lexxercise:

Stabs & Snipes //

Quick personal piece of my main ladies, Tripp and Imani! I can’t say enough good things about the character designs from my coworkers here at Motiga. Every hero looks like the embodiment of what they do, and the natural diversity of cast is a point of pride.

// GoGigantic.com

The character designs and animations for Gigantic are my latest art obsession. My favorite is the fox/deer/archer/thing’s run cycles.

ryanottley:

Recent POV pen drawing. Microns. Love drawing without rulers and worrying about vanishing points, horizon lines, and pencil pre-drawing. Just grab a pen. Draw.
ryanottley:

Recent POV pen drawing. Microns. Love drawing without rulers and worrying about vanishing points, horizon lines, and pencil pre-drawing. Just grab a pen. Draw.
ryanottley:

Recent POV pen drawing. Microns. Love drawing without rulers and worrying about vanishing points, horizon lines, and pencil pre-drawing. Just grab a pen. Draw.

ryanottley:

Recent POV pen drawing. Microns. Love drawing without rulers and worrying about vanishing points, horizon lines, and pencil pre-drawing. Just grab a pen. Draw.

wordsthatfit:

Confession: My name is James and I’m a hater.

More specifically, with very few exceptions, I hate car chases.

I’ll give you Bullitt, The French Connection, To Live and Die In L.A.and Ronin, I guess, but these staples of (American) action cinema never appealed to me, feeling rather (to…

I was already a fan, but this critical analysis by my friend just added a new dimension to my love of these movies.