His 32 page and full color art book includes life drawing, concept art, sketch cards, and fully finished illustration. The books won’t be printed in time for Christmas, but you can still gift them with Ben’s own Gift Sloth! Just print out this friendly mammal and let your loved one know what delights to expect.
New tragedyseries from @benjamindewey.
Oh Joy, Sex Toy gets a shout-out in Superior Foes of Spider-Man #3, written by Nick Spencer and drawn by my Periscope Studio-mate Steve Lieber :D
Oh Joy Sex Toy and The Tragedy Series get shoutouts in the latest issue of Superior Foes of Spider-Man. Art by Steve Lieber, story by Nick Spencer.
.@benjamindewey of The Tragedy Series drew Jack Kirby’s KAMANDI for #wakeupanddraw to benefit the @heroinitiative.
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!
New Tragedy Series! Dewey drew a dodo.
This and lots of other great prints and posters are available at his Etsy store. Be sure to visit his shop, and encourage others to do so. He’s creating original content for tumblr. Let’s support it!
Periscope’s Benjamin Dewey (artist of The Tragedy Series) did something awesome for a friend’s 4 year old.
The boy’s mother writes: “(My) four-year-old son had a scheduled surgery on both his legs last Tuesday, and was sent home with a walker and knee immobilizers — neither of which he enjoys. He especially associates the walker with pain, since while in the hospital they asked him to stand and walk with it and it hurt (a lot) post-op.”
"This had me thinking: what if we made the walker look more like an AT-AT and let our son shoot at us (something we usually strongly discourage) while he was standing and walking? Another friend suggested we print out a picture of an AT-AT and attach it to the walker, and then (Ben’s wife) Lindsey told me Ben had volunteered to create an AT-AT for the walker.
Around 20 hours later, Ben and Lindsey came over to our place with the most impressive walker I’ve ever seen…”
Ben Dewey’s Tragedy Series Comic.
Today’s Tragedy Series was carefully crafted for some writers & artists we know.