Art by Man Arenas (man-arenas):
"Visual development, environment design 7bte Zwerge"
Character designs by Evan “Doc’ Shaner (docshaner) If you aren’t reading this book yet, I highly recommend it! Mr. Shaner says:
VULTAN. Since this is in the back of issue #4 of Flash Gordon I feel alright about posting it here. I’m really glad I get a chance to draw Vultan and the rest of the Hawkmen in upcoming issues. I know he’s a favorite among fans of the movie so I’m excited for folks to see him when he shows up.
By Sam Bosma (sbosma):
"GATHERERS, another new one for SooJin Buzelli at PlanSponsor. This is for an article about how healthcare and retirement planning can work in unison.
I liked all my sketches for this, though, as usual, only one of them actually works for the prompt. It usually takes me a bit to really suss out the core of the article. There’s a balance that the working sketch strikes that none of the others do.
When these projects pop up, and I can more or less draw anything, as long as it relates back to the topic, I almost always try to exhaust whatever current topic my mind is focused on, before trying different subject matter. Last time it was knights, this time it was strange animals.
I usually get a lot of color advice from Kali, but she had a bigger hand in this one than usual. Pretty much steered the whole ship for a little while.”
By Evan Palmer (evanpalmercomics):
"…It’s the MS-09 Dom from the original Gundam series from 1979. And yes, I will continue to make more and more obscure Gundam illustrations because that’s MY thing."
"Oh yeah, and this and my other Gundam illustrations are now available for purchase here! Not only that, but get free shipping from now until May 11th!”
Sale through August 10th now, I believe.
Little Nemo Moving Comics (1911) aka Winsor McCay, the Famous Cartoonist of the N.Y. Herald and His Moving Comics
June 6–September 1, 2014
A couple of weeks ago, my parents treated me to an afternoon at Frist Center for the Visual Arts for my birthday! We spent most of our time at the animation exhibit, #WatchMeMove. It was excellent! I was pleased with the many varied selections & examples of animation as art. I could have spent all day there! Wonderful! It really was an immerse & interactive look at animation. (Be aware that the red rooms & other separate, labelled areas have mature content. But you can pretty easily avoid them if you want to like we did.) And the other exhibits upstairs & in the hallway were great too! I encourage you to check them out. Here’s the link to @FristCenter’s animation exhibit, #WatchMeMove:http://fristcenter.org/calendar-exhibitions/detail/watch-me-move