@luyana_s seems to think it’s nice to steal other people’s hard work. Go give her page a visit and see what other artists she has stolen from.
I was recently made aware of Drew Friedman’s upcoming Heroes of the Comics, coming out in August, featuring full-color portraits and profiles of important comic book creators from the 1930s through the 1950s. My initial reaction was some delight, because Fantagraphics put up a picture of Lily…
Catalog of Merfolk Master Post
The entries to the Catalog of Merfolk art challenge were all so wonderful and creative! Everyone did a fantastic job, and it was so much fun seeing what everyone came up with. Thanks to everyone who participated!
These are posted roughly in the order that I received them. In some cases, multiple entries are posted together; in others, they are spread apart (this was due to me just me not paying attention properly.)
If you are still working on yours, I will still take submissions for the next few days (though I might be slow to add them). If you sent yours in and I accidentally overlooked it, please contact me again!
Note: these are mermaids, so there are some bare bosoms about.
EDIT: Whoops, I realized I forgot several. I’m adding them in ASAP!
I did two mermaids for Sketch_Dailies' mermaid prompt.
An Ursula I did for Sketch_Dailies. Computer colors over pencil sketch.
For the Catalog of Merfolk project: her name is Rada and she’s the protagonist of an upcoming graphic novel/webcomic I’m working on, called The Bell in the Ocean.
Progress blog here, for those interested.
I did a comic adaptation of M R James’ horror story Lost Hearts. It can be read here.
Halloween is my favorite holiday! To celebrate: outtakes of Bella, a Neapolitan mastiff from www.shakethebook.comMost of the shots are not nearly as scary, but Bella’s jowly face can best be described less as a Shake shot, and more as a monster mash
Check out the book SHAKE, like the page http://on.fb.me/16eKrsr More outtakes posted every week.