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.
By Julian Callos (juliancallos):
""There Goes the Neighborhood"Ink and acrylic on paper mounted on cradled panel8” x 10” x 2”
"Here’s my LOST-inspired piece for Gallery 1988's “Bad Robot” show, which pays tribute to the TV shows and movies created by JJ Abram's production company, Bad Robot. I chose to do another depiction of Ben Linus (my first one, for a LOST-specific show, can be seen here). This time he’s witnessing the crash of Oceanic Flight 815.”
Illustration by Evan Palmer (evanpalmercomics):
"I’m so jazzed about Mobile Suit Gundam right now that I spent today making another one instead of doing my taxes. This one is the RX-78-2 Gundam. "
"Also I decided that I’ll be selling this one and Char’s Zaku as a set of prints starting at MoCCA in NYC this weekend. Come snag ‘em and say whassup!”
Mr. Samuel L. Jackson Performs Slam Poem About “Boy Meets World” on The Tonight Show.
Adventure Time fan art by Jeremy Enecio (via Pin by Character Design References on Character Design | Pinterest)
By Kevin Dart (kevindart):
Here are all of the keys I painted for the Cookie Cat sequence in Gem Glow! I made them as animated GIFs so the overseas studios would know how to treat the moving backgrounds. Check out these really cool early designs for Cookie Cat on Jeff Liu’s Blog! Cookie Cat was masterfully colored by Tiffany Ford who made the brilliant (and delicious) decision to make him two-flavored. I don’t think there has ever been a more delicious prop created for an animated TV show. Cookie Cat’s final design is thanks to Angie Wang! And this sequence was boarded by Joe Johnston.
So apparently I’m not the only one that loves the idea of these two worlds colliding. Great stuff, Mr. Langille! My own old mashup of the Quest & Hellboy characters can be found here.
Some really cool promotional posters from psychusa:
"The ’60s are back tomorrow night! Check out this week’s posters."