Dustin Weaver contributes an incredible THUNDERBOLTS drawing in black and white with digital halftones. Read more, including Lauren’s poetry corner, at Dustin’s LJ.
To wrap up our Thunderbolts week, we’ve got a glimpse of a Thunderbolts script from issue 152 from writer Jeff Parker!
More art for the Thunderbolts challenge! It’s Ben Dewey working in brush and ink today, with this ferocious shot of the whole team.
The original art for this piece is available at our etsy store.
Man-Thing. Rich Ellis’s Thunderbolts week contribution. Brush, ink and crowquill on strathmore bristol.
The original art is available at Periscope Studio’s Etsy store.
Aaron McConnell contributes to the sketch challenge with his drawing of the L’il Thunderbolts Boys and Girls Club! I want to read this comic now.
Aaron’s original black and white line art is available in Periscope’s Etsy store.
More Thunderbolts! @ColleenCoover’s Man-Thing doodle, probably done a couple of years ago while @JeffParker was writing an X-Men: First Class script.
Sure, he looks cuddly, but don’t be knowin’ fear! Owwie!
Luke Cage drawn by @Steve_Lieber. The Thunderbolts sketch challenge continues.
Steve says: “Luke’s whaling on that robot while the other Thunderbolts are, I dunno… off somewhere completely sabotaging any shot they’ll ever have at redemption.”
The original art (11” by 15” brush and ink on Strathmore bristol) is available at our Etsy store