1. rodrigobaeza:

    Gil Kane: Jason Drum original art (1979), a strip done exclusively for the Belgian edition of Tintin magazine

    (Source: comicartfans.com)

     
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  2. Here’s a grid of monsters I drew as a pinup for Jess Smart Smiley’s Kickstarter bookSpooky Silly Comics.

    I really love bestiaries and things of that ilk so (after a bit of machinating about other possibilities) I decided that’s the route I’d go here. For projects like this, I like to introduce some randomness–just to spur creativity a bit. What I did in this case was use this online monster name generator to generate 100 monster names. I then rolled two ten-sided die for each slot on the page to determine what monster to draw.

    The image was drawn traditionally on Bristol board with dip pens and then colored in Digital Manga Studio. The original will be on display (and for sale) closer to Halloween at a local Halloween-themed exhibition. I’ll post details once I’ve got them.

     
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  3. thenearsightedmonkey:

    Dear Students,

    Can you dig it? Here’s some information about our upcoming time together.

    I realize that in these images I take on my wookie aspect of last semester.

    Please know that when we meet on September 3 2014 I will  inhabit my Professor Bootsy aspect.

    But it will be the same image-hand in the puppet that is driving us all.

    Sincerely,

    Professor Chew-Bootsy

    (via thenearsightedmonkey)

     
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  4. dept-of-research-and-development:

    How to Draw a Circle by Gary Panter.

    Via a post by Steven Heller about the Panter-designed trading cards for Pee-Wee’s Playhouse.

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  5. comicblah:

    From HP & Giuseppe Bergman: The Great Adventure by Milo Manara

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  6. New Oyster War page, y’all! 

    Check it out: www.OysterWar.com

     
    Ben Towle   webcomic   webcomics   / 5 notes

  7. Charles Burns inks John Romita Jr.!

    The Burns story Naked Snack features this John Romita Jr. page from the 1983 Official Marvel Comics Try-Out Book that Burns “reworked” in the inking—but retained the original dialog.

     
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  8. earsplittingtrumpet:

    David B. , La Lecture des Ruines

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  9. thebristolboard:

    Original cover art by Alex Schomburg from The Human Torch #16, published by Marvel Comics, Fall 1944.

     
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  10. espantajerias:

    Tove Jansson.

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