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@Darkseid_of_town I tried googling him and found an art page and some other random things. I'm guessing he's an artist but hasn't done actual comic work.
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Won this last night in the auctions ..usually not a sketch guy but Spider Gwen did it for me.
Ron Williams? Has he done anything?
Is anyone familiar with other work done by Ron Willliams or perhaps what he has had published or is he a fly by nighter


No guarantees on results. The art kinda looks like his, but I'm not a very good eye for different artist styles. The last link is a you tube link. Truth be told, I didnt watch it completely.


https://www.barnebys.com/auctions/lot/spider-man-and-venom-sketch-by-ron-williams-qQJ7EnfKHB


https://www.barnebys.com/auctions/lot/spider-man-vs-galactus-sketch-by-ron-williams-25TdIvuYa

https://youtu.be/D5jewJPPd


The one below seems to match his signature
https://www.anthonyscomicbookart.com/Featured.asp?Piece=33247


Current ebay auction

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F152137913412
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The HA.com Sunday comic auction had this page for sale tonight.

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Anyone know if Liefeld drew it? Maybe somebody with a twitter account can ask him? Anybody know anything about that issue, if he drew pages in it, and if he drew that page? I’d like to know if I should have bought that page and if I should be on the lookout for others from that issue. Any help would be appreciated.
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@Towmater I find the Marvel fan wiki to be pretty good about art credits. https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Cable_Vol_1_4 . Liefeld definitely drew in the issue (as the auction says, it thanks him 'for the art assist') but hard to say what he drew without asking someone who worked on the book.
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@Towmater I find the Marvel fan wiki to be pretty good about art credits. https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Cable_Vol_1_4 . Liefeld definitely drew in the issue (as the auction says, it thanks him 'for the art assist') but hard to say what he drew without asking someone who worked on the book.





As you can see, the book thanks him for the art assist. I wonder if he did full pages or something like finishes on certain pages?
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My first guess would be layouts, but perhaps not for the whole book. If so, they wouldn't specifically list the pages he did, and they couldn't word it in a way that might suggest he laid out the whole book (Lawyers probably watching every move), so they just give a 'Thank You' for the assist.
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My first guess would be layouts, but perhaps not for the whole book. If so, they wouldn't specifically list the pages he did, and they couldn't word it in a way that might suggest he laid out the whole book (Lawyers probably watching every move), so they just give a 'Thank You' for the assist.


Could be.
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As you can see, the book thanks him for the art assist. I wonder if he did full pages or something like finishes on certain pages?

Are there pouches on a page somewhere?
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"St. Stephen" from the Greatful Dead Almanac OA by the great Tim Truman. So happy to have gotten this as it may be the last piece he does for them since Robert Hunter (lyricist for the GD) has just passed away and Tim stated to me that he only did them because Robert loved Tim's work on them. I now own 7 pieces from the Almanac



Awesome stuff!!! Love reading the Almanac. I figured it was you who grabbed some of the Paul Pope 1978 boxset artwork....maybe not?
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Awesome stuff!!! Love reading the Almanac. I figured it was you who grabbed some of the Paul Pope 1978 boxset artwork....maybe not?


Someone beat me to that piece! UGH!!!! Truth to tell, I like Tim's work better.
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Awesome stuff!!! Love reading the Almanac. I figured it was you who grabbed some of the Paul Pope 1978 boxset artwork....maybe not?


Someone beat me to that piece! UGH!!!! Truth to tell, I like Tim's work better.


Wow. I didn't realize he did those epic Dave's Picks covers...among other awesomeness.
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I actually own the OA to these almanac pieces:
Alligator
Standing on the moon
Half-Step
Tennessee Jed
Fire on the mountain
Attics of my life
St. Stephen

BTW....Dave is a friend of mine. He was even at my wedding
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I actually own the OA to these almanac pieces:
Alligator
Standing on the moon
Half-Step
Tennessee Jed
Fire on the mountain
Attics of my life
St. Stephen

BTW....Dave is a friend of mine. He was even at my wedding


Jealous!!! Only time I see Dave is for his seaside chats lol.
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My first artist cover art proof


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Just got this image from my AW at NC Comic Con. Next stop, CBCS!
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I recently acquired the Joe Jusko cover to Vampirella: Death and Destruction #3. The whole painting is 17x25 and then matted to 14x22. I went with a black wood frame, blue top mat, and an iced mint bottom mat. I've always loved this cover, and now I'm lucky enough to finally own it.






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I just received an email that my latest commission is finished.


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I just received an email that my latest commission is finished.


What did he charge for that? I love Pollard's work.
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This is the price list provided by the man assisting Keith (Jeff Jaworski):

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The website has not been updated in many years. But here is his current pricing (does not include shipping):
$85.00 1 figure pencil sketch 9 x12
$110.00 1 figure full pencil 9 x12
$160.00 2 figure pencil sketch 9 x12
$220.00 2 figure full pencil 9 x12
$160.00 1 figure inked 9 x12
$320.00 2 figure inked 9 x12
$710.00 1 cover recreation inked with title and captions, maximum of 3 figures, 11 x17 starting price
$810.00 1 cover new creation inked with title and captions, maximum of 3 figures, 11 x17 starting price
$460.00 1 finished pencil new creation, maximum of 3 figures, 11 x17 starting price
$710.00 1 inked new creation, maximum of 3 figures, 11 x17 starting price
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I thought this was pretty cool. Something a little different from Elias Chatzoudis

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I just received an email that my latest commission is finished.


Gorgeous piece and if there is a lesson here to be learned it is....Four toes hath the thing, but Mr. Hulk with his five toes has entered the ring!




PS someone should forward this to Mr Liefield and explain...see dude, that's how feet look...k? and no pouches needed, no mechanical eye...and not a gun, a phaser, stunner or elongated shootem thingy anywhere to be seen !
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Instead of starting a new thread, I'll just keep this one going since it isn't utilized as often as The Comics thread. So...

POST YOUR TOP 5 ART ACQUISITIONS OF 2019!











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Gorgeous piece and if there is a lesson here to be learned it is....Four toes hath the thing, but Mr. Hulk with his five toes has entered the ring!




PS someone should forward this to Mr Liefield and explain...see dude, that's how feet look...k? and no pouches needed, no mechanical eye...and not a gun, a phaser, stunner or elongated shootem thingy anywhere to be seen !



If you like that one, then I feel inspired to share this one again. My Kirby/Royer page above is awesome, but I honestly think this is my favorite piece. I smile every time I see it. Ron Frenz took my written description, and reproduced it with 100% accuracy. I this!!! I should start getting people to ink it (from scans).


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My only two that I have

this one was done by a friend

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Here's a few I picked up during the year.. please excuse the photography.. camera phone..

Wonder Woman cover art proof





Dracula getting ready for a meal





Zatanna looking good





Hulk done on a sheet of real $2.00 Bills buy Stan Goldberg





Jonah Hex buy Jimmy Palmiotti


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Batman Who Laughs by Skan. Newton rings were free.





My Esad Ribic Weapon X sketch I got at NYCC came back earlier this week from CBCS. Had it pressed and graded




For those who care about TATs the BWL came back after CBCS. My cbcs non pressed books from NYCC came back last month and my friend who dropped off his books is still waiting. TATs go in cycles.
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I've posted a couple of these before, but I only bought six pieces of original art this year. (Which is a lot for me!) So, here are my top five.

A sketch I just received a few days ago. Harley Quinn by Jeehyung Lee:





Green Arrow, by Jim Aparo:





Superman #1, from HeroesCon in Charlotte this year, an up-and-comer named AC Zamudio. Isn't she fantastic?





Black Canary, also from HeroesCon, by Jeff Dekal:





And last but not least, an Action Comics page with both Lois and Jimmy by Kurt Schaffenberger:


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Just bought the original on the top from Al Jaffe's site. (the bottome picture is the finished piece). Can't go wrong for $250 for a published original Al Jaffee piece
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@Nuffsaid111 that's awesome! I didn't realize there was an Al Jaffe site! I'm definitely going to be checking that site out! He and Sergio Aragones were my heroes when I was a wee one!
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@Jesse_O There sure is!
I hope it's not against forum rules to post his site, so I'll just say google "originalaljaffee" and that will steer you there. There are still expensive ones there (like the fold-ins) that I just can't afford
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