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New Original Art, commissions, sketch covers thread6768

Collector the420bandito private msg quote post Address this user
Just got this monster 22" x 29" Niko Henrichon original watercolor framed up. Felix Lu calls this wall power.

Even the frame shop people were nuts for it.














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Collector xkonk private msg quote post Address this user
@the420bandito that's pretty boss.
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Collector KatKomics private msg quote post Address this user
Had this for a while but not sure I've shared it before






Similar with this oldie but goodie - should have had him do the sketch in my sketchbook!!
Instead it is inside my JLA/Avengers hardcover ....could always cut it out lol!!!


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Collector mediaslave private msg quote post Address this user
Cracked out another one. Wolverine up next.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CIJTHG6gP2p/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link


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COLLECTOR dielinfinite private msg quote post Address this user
Scan of a commission from Zoey Lacchei soon to be heading to CBCS! Madd Mocxi from the Borderlands games!



This is a rough sketch from Dean Yeagle for a full commission he’s doing for me. This one will be going into an ART slab

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Collector Darkga private msg quote post Address this user
I recently picked up this beauty (Storm of course) penciled by Adam Hughes (inks by Karl Story).

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Collector Nuffsaid111 private msg quote post Address this user



Jeremy Haun - 31 days of Halloween from Twitter. He did 1 drawing per day. Was happy to get this lovely Elvira
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@poka Why do you think there is so much variance in Davis Mack's pricing in the market? Some of his items go for amazing prices and others are very affordable.


Sorry. I have been away for a while - so sorry my late reply. Depends on the comic art type. The one I shared is fairly inexpensive as it is a fast pencil work
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Collector poka private msg quote post Address this user
I came across these few videos. Lots of great info and tips:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=941ABvO0iHA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wVGliqrSusA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lu-NsGBa2qU

Especially the trick about www.comicarttracker.com was nice
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Collector Nuffsaid111 private msg quote post Address this user
In the first video, he doesn't remember which artist he purchased the Wolverine commission from at San Diego Comicon?
Errrrrr ---- oooooook. That's bizarre.
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Collector xkonk private msg quote post Address this user
@poka I was trying to figure out where part 3 was but I guess it doesn't exist
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Collector poka private msg quote post Address this user
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@poka I was trying to figure out where part 3 was but I guess it doesn't exist


Part 3 - but didn't include as not OA specific

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVsIhqrJ-UI
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Collector xkonk private msg quote post Address this user
I looked at his list of videos and skipped over that one. It didn't say anything about OA so I missed the 'episode 3' part, but I guess it makes sense.
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Collector KatKomics private msg quote post Address this user
Ok...not new and not comic related but was a massive pain in the you know what to put up!! 5.5 ft square!





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Collector Bronte private msg quote post Address this user
Am I the only uneducated person who has no idea who that painting is by or what it's significance is besides slightly depressing?
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Collector KatKomics private msg quote post Address this user
@Bronte lol...unless you were buying paintings in the late 60s or early 70s in LA or Toronto you wouldnt know this artist!! Was my dad!!! He had an art scholarship from Disney back in the day but was into abstract. The photos don't capture the colour right but this is much nicer in person. Called Tujunga Fall and really picks up fall leaves nicely. There are some lawyers etc that have his work in LA, TO and Montreal but he never sold enough for it to be his main gig and after some paintings were stolen from a show he stopped having shows or entering competitions etc....and now I am left with more than i can handle and few really big pieces that are beautiful and also a pain in the a$$
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@KatKomics

Thank you for taking the time to share. my exposure to art is very limited and even comic artists I can't tell one from the other unless it mcfarlane vs @flanders


But for what its worth, from the uneducated eye it looks cool. And the history would definitely make it a keeper. I'm glad you found a spot that could accommodate that piece of familial history.
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Collector KatKomics private msg quote post Address this user
@Bronte It's stuff like this that has me wanting to sell most of my comics now so as to not burden my kid with too much stuff when I'm gone. I have the better part of a storage unit with crates of paintings and original prints and other art work with only a few ideas on what to do with it all...first though is to go through and put up the stuff my wife and I like and then deal with the rest.

Was fun in high school though...my dad I think had more training than the art teacher so I was able to roll out some tricks to get high marks and my stuff on display in the foyer and promptly became an accountant!!!

Can't imagine some of my dads buddies kids problems...some of his buddies were sculptors!! who has room for 8ft pieces of work!!
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@KatKomics

I don't view that stuff as a burden. That is part of your family legacy. Maybe you might want to thin down the collection by asking your kids which ones they would like to keep when they are older? (I have no idea how old your kids are)

Maybe I'm biased because my family has no legacy like that. I have some valuable comics, but in theory the stuff can be replaced if you have the money. At the end of the day, I have nothing that truly represents "me". Most of that's by choice, but most normal folks want to leave a legacy....

Anyways, that's my 1 cent.....
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I found this while reorganizing, I was afraid I accidently tossed it.

Not original art, but a cool note I got from the Toddfather when I won an auction for a signed ASM 299 from his son's ebay account.


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Collector kon_jelly private msg quote post Address this user
Got this in from Werther Dell'Edera:


(Erica Slaughter from Something is Killing the Children)
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Collector kon_jelly private msg quote post Address this user
Forgot to post this here, but I also got an original cover from Something is Killing the Children that I go over in this video:
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Collector Helric1 private msg quote post Address this user
Here's an ad for an online punk clothing store by Dan Parent featuring Sabrina and Betty.




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COLLECTOR dielinfinite private msg quote post Address this user
Just got an image of my latest Hildebrandt sketch on it’s way now! The DC Bombshells version of Supergirl!

Still gotta find a colorist that can finish this off and do it justice! I already asked Linsner, among others, but he couldn’t do it. I might bring it to him at SDCC next year


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Just grabbed these off of eBay, no idea of the artist. So if anyone has any clues as to who it that would be great!
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@Firehawk2069 I got Julie out of the signatures. I doubt that helps any.

I bought a Joker painting on ebay and the seller couldn't remember the artist's name. I put it up on my Comic Art Fans page as artist unknown. About 3 or 4 years later, I get a message on CAF from the artist saying it was hers!!! I never thought I'd get the answer to that one!!
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COLLECTOR dielinfinite private msg quote post Address this user
@Jesse_O ComicArtFans is a great resource for identifying artists. I put up my sketchbook sketches that I had lost track of the artists for and shortly afterward started getting messages and comments identifying the artists
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The last 2 commissions I got, both from Gus Mauk. Huntress is 11x17 and Catwoman is on a blank cover.
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TRA LA LA esaravo private msg quote post Address this user
My son made this for me for Christmas.


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