Periscope’s creative master of heartbreak @BnejaminDewey has posted a new entry in the tragedyseries:
I wish to express my sincere thanks to those of you willing to eschew the splendor of the sun and descend into the convention canyon of Stumptown this previous weekend. It was a pleasure to meet you all. In the event that you did not attend or saw something, in retrospect, you now wish you had purchased, you are welcome to visit the etsy emporium!
A Hawkguy convention sketch by @Steve_Lieber, colored in @MangaStudio 5.
I drew a sketch of Hawkeye and Pizza Dog at the Stumptown Comics Fest, and used it to play around with the coloring tools in Manga Studio 5. Here’s the result.
The original art might still be available at Periscope Studio’s Etsy store.
.@comicsbeat previews The TREKKER omnibus from @ron_randall.
Nifty! A handsome piece on Trekker’s return to print from the Comics Beat:
Detail of a pinup by Paul Guinan of the Second Doctor Who and River Song for the 2013 SDCC program book.
BANDETTE by Paul Tobin and Colleen Coover is one of our favorite comics. So when, on the same day, it was announced that the digital-only Bandette was nominated for FOUR Eisner awards, and that the fourth issue is now available from Comixology, we knew we needed to do something to celebrate. The answer? Four sketchcards!
Terry Blas drew the second. Like all of Terry’s work, this piece is snazzy. It’s 2.5 ” by 3.5.” Ink and marker on cardstock. Terry is best known for his webcomic, Briar Hollow.
Want to learn more about Bandette? Go here http://www.comixology.com/Bandette-1/digital-comic/DIG001623
BANDETTE by Paul Tobin and Colleen Coover is one of our favorite comics. So earlier this week, when it was announced that the digital-only Bandette was nominated for FOUR Eisner awards, and that the fourth issue is now available from Comixology, we knew we needed to do something to celebrate. The answer? Four sketchcards!
Here’s the first! It’s from Steve Lieber. 2.5 ” by 3.5.” Ink and watercolor on cardstock. It’s always fun seeing an illustrative artist like Steve exercise his cartooning chops. The original is available on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/listing/129852550/bandette-sketchcard-by-steve-lieber
.@dmeconis’ art for the Bridgetown Comedy Fest, written by @alisonhallet.
Click to see it at full resolution - Alison’s captions are pretty great!
This was one heck of a fun assignment. Thanks to arts editor Alison Hallett and AD Justin Morrison at the Portland Mercury for trusting me with it.
If you’re in Portland this week, pick up a copy of the paper - some of the faces from this piece are also used as spot illustrations for other pieces in the loving and detailed coverage of the festival.
.@ASahrlingHamm draws Kate Bishop at her pointsforeffort Tumblr.
Kate Bishop, aka Hawkeye.
Delightful watercolor of Korra by @tallychyck.
Yaaaay it’s done!