We have this image available as a big poster in our Etsy store!
My apologies for the delay on this posting. I was caught up in adventures of my own and I wanted to be sure that each of you might have the opportunity to test your metal with this handy diagram before venturing forward on perilous endeavors. Best of luck, dear readers
Here are some photos of HELHEIM BOOK ONE: THE WITCH WAR, written by Cullen Bunn, art by our own Joëlle Jones, which hits stands on March 26th. Check out that six-page foldout!
A D&D character of mine in an oriental-themed setting. She’s a half-oni bard.
I can’t stop drawing Ellie from The Last of Us!
The idea for this one popped into my head after watching the making of videos for the game and DLC. It’s so cool seeing the creators talk about the process and see some behind the scenes stuff.
The assembled diorama from today’s Tragedy Series.
As spring begins to best winter in this westerly hemisphere I entreat you to share a moment of collaboration with the nearest tyke and commemorate the famous maritime fig merchants, to which we all owe a debt of gratitude, with this home-crafted diorama made in tribute to their sea-salt encrusted bravery. The dimensions within the template have been prefigured to match each-other for your convenience.
All you will need is a willing heart and the following:
-a printing mechanism
-scissors of any sort
-a surgeon’s steady hand
-fortifying adhesive paste
Seize the day, friends and pause to reflect on the transit of your favorite snacks across the undulating waves from the docks of distant shores to your welcoming lips.
(note: point x3 adheres to the rear of the fearsome shark)
Today I get to brag on another special treat: this astonishing piece of guest art that will be featured in the Avalon Bay TPB (out April 9, remember?) pin-up section. This gorgeous image of Mercy is by the shockingly talented, award-winning Jonathan Case. Jonathan established himself as a unique and gifted voice from his first published work, the brilliant GN "Dear Creature", from TOR books. Since then he’s won awards for works like "The Green River Killer", and lately he’s been electrifying the comics world with his fresh, vibrant take on "Batman ‘66". An incredible run of projects— and Jonathan is just getting started! I feel blessed to have such generous and talented artists as my friends and colleagues.