Visual development and Environment Design for 7bte Zwerge
An amazing She-Hulk cover by Kevin Wada (kevinwada):
"Marvel finally released the unadorned version of my She-Hulk cover!!! I don’t know when, I don’t know how, but I know something’s starting riiiighht nnnooowwww. Ok, no really, I’m so happy you guys get to see the version that’s not covered by text because I think the cover is a lot clearer without it. Hope you enjoy it :P."
*Promotion expires July 13, 2014 at Midnight Pacific Time.
Offer excludes Framed Art Prints, Stretched Canvases, Throw Pillows with inserts and Rugs.
By Crystal Curtis (crystalcurtisart):
"So happy we finally get to show our ROLEMODELS pieces! So here’s my piece for the show which opens on October 25th at Light Grey Art Lab~
”Russetlocks the Lone | Thicket-dweller + Troll-feller
"During harvest, Russetlocks makes her living alongside a shaded lane in Hedgepath Wood, selling nuts, berries, and mushrooms to travelers passing by. The rest of the year, she spends time with her goat, Bocephus, roaming the deep woods, learning new songs from wandering minstrels, and ridding farms of the unwelcome troll-kind that wander down from Cwmwldu Peak."
"You can find this 10.5” x 18”archival print HERE at the LGAL shop for $30! All the pieces created for the show are also cards in a game LGAL created called The Battle for Vyk’Tornaahl. You can order the game here!”
Artwork and words from Anthony Holden (anthonyholden):
Hey, boys and girls! Sorry for the radio silence; my family and I are just bouncing back from several weeks of illness. No fun.
What was even LESS FUN was that after 3 weeks of not doing any personal drawing, I had found myself in the most terrible CREATIVE SLUMP. It was hard for me to get motivated, and the longer I stayed not drawing the harder it was becoming to sit down and make some pictures.
I’m sure this has never happened to any of you though.
A couple of nights ago, I decided it was time to break the streak, so I sat down to power through my slump. It was really uncomfortable, but I was pretty sure that squaring my shoulders and just making some drawings was the only way I was going to break free of the mire I was in. “MAKE SOME DRAWINGS,” seemed like the sort of advice I would give to someone else in this situation, so I decided to take some of my own medicine.
These 10 or so pages are the drawings that I made in a couple of hours two nights ago. This is a pretty naked look at my sketchbook. Frankly, I’m not in love with most of what came out on the page, but I thought I’d share all of it here with y’all. I hope anyone else who’s stuck will sit down and crank something out. It doesn’t have to be amazing, sometimes you just gotta get your engine running again.
Hope to be back on the road soon. See you dudes and dudettes out there!