71 Hit Combo

Jul 22
lesmcclaine:

I made some Kirby Krackle Photoshop brushes (made in CS6.)
They mostly work. Download ‘em if you want ‘em!
download

lesmcclaine:

I made some Kirby Krackle Photoshop brushes (made in CS6.)

They mostly work. Download ‘em if you want ‘em!

download

Jul 13
Jul 11
inushige:

「「ポコさん」」/「ワヤマ」の作品 [pixiv] #pixitail
Jul 09

outofsteparts:

REBLOG GIVEAWAY!!! 

There has been a lot of stuff going on at Out of Step Arts here in the last little bit. I’ve been adding new books and original art to the store, you can buy shirts with designs from the artists in the OOSA Bodega, and now, the OOSA Print Shop is open where you can buy high quality print-on-demand fine art Giclee prints. We have several prints available already and we’ll be adding more all of the time, including some from a few of our friends!

So to help get the word out about all of these great things being offered to you by the OOSA artists and to celebrate our upcoming 3-year anniversary, I want to give you an opportunity to get free stuff! It’s easy, all you have to do is share this post.  

How it works:

  • Anyone who reblogs this post will be entered for a chance to win a free print from the Print Shop. “Likes” are appreciated, but they won’t get you entered in the contest.
  • On 8/1/14, I’ll randomly select three (3) people as winners. Winners will be notified via Tumblr, so be sure you have your ask or mail features activated. 
  • The three people selected will let me know which print they want based on what is in the Print Shop at the time the contest ends. We have currently have 7 prints, but plan on adding more. (*Some restrictions may apply, but I doubt it.)
  • I’ll mail you your print for free worldwide! Winners will not incur any costs or fees.  
  • If the person(s) selected cannot be contacted via tumblr, do(es) not respond timely, or declines, another person(s) will be be chosen.

Not bad for clicking a button, huh? 

Out of Step Arts features Alexis Ziritt, Nathan Fox, Logan Faerber, Ming Doyle, Andrew MacLean, Toby Cypress, Liz Suburbia, Paul Maybury, Chris Visions and Greg Ruth. 

You can find OOSA on Twitter, Instagram and online at www.outofsteparts.com.

Thanks for getting the word out about OOSA. Your help is certainly appreciated. Good luck!

Jul 09
Jul 07
inkstuds:

royalboiler:

Here’s another Inkstuds kickstarter drawing. Comic dude from the simpsons. 

oh yeahhhhhhhhhhhh

inkstuds:

royalboiler:

Here’s another Inkstuds kickstarter drawing. Comic dude from the simpsons. 

oh yeahhhhhhhhhhhh

Jul 07
Jul 07
nooligan82:

#monday

nooligan82:

#monday

Jul 04

morganagod:

himetimes:

i thought my artist friends would appreciate this omfg

Every time I watch this scene, I rage. Inking is so fucking hard. Done  wrong, everything becomes really flat and ugly.

Jul 04

yoitsknux:

sizvideos:

Metal Construction - Video

Me while doing housework.

Jul 02
Jul 02

brianmichaelbendis:

Poster Posse’s Guardians of The Galaxy poster project, over at BlurppyHERE. 

Poster 1 by Fernando Reza / Tumblr

Poster 2 by Richard Davis / Website

Poster 3 by Stephen Sampson / Tumblr

Poster 4 by Adam Rabalais / Tumblr Store

Poster 5 by Marie Bergeron / Tumblr / Store

Poster 6 by Tom Miatke / Tumblr

Jul 01
jimrugg:

WALKING DEAD 101 (Ghost Variant cover by Jim Rugg)
On BoingBoing.net, I spoke with Chapel Hill Comics’ Andrew Neal about the Ghost Variant cover series that he art directed.
Here is a brief excerpt…
In 2012, Andrew Neal teamed up with a small group of fellow comic book shop retailers to develop a program called Ghost Variant. Pooling their resources, these small business owners worked with publishers and creators to make a dozen variant-edition comics based on popular series. Without promotion or warning, the group simply announced and sold the comics the day they were available.
Recently, they decided to lift the veil of secrecy and talk about this experience. Despite creating artwork for the first Ghost Variant — The Walking Dead 101 — I knew very little about the group and its background. I am curious about the business side of any creative profession (for proof, listen to my podcast, Tell Me Something I Don’t Know, where Jasen Lex and I grill artists about the business side of their work). So when I heard they were ready to talk, I sent Andrew Neal some questions…
JIM RUGG: What is Ghost Variant?
ANDREW NEAL: Ghost Variant is a group of comic retailers who banded together to produce exclusive covers to popular comic books. That’s the “variant” part. The “ghost” part is that the covers were produced in secret and released without any direct promotion until the day before they went on sale.
READ THE WHOLE INTERVIEW on BoingBoing.net…
I will be at Chapel Hill Comics on July 12th with copies of the NEW Street Angel hardcover, along with Hip-Hop Family Tree’s Ed Piskor, and Transformers vs. G.I.Joe’s Tom Scioli for the Greatest Signing of All Time!

jimrugg:

WALKING DEAD 101 (Ghost Variant cover by Jim Rugg)

On BoingBoing.net, I spoke with Chapel Hill Comics’ Andrew Neal about the Ghost Variant cover series that he art directed.

Here is a brief excerpt…

In 2012, Andrew Neal teamed up with a small group of fellow comic book shop retailers to develop a program called Ghost Variant. Pooling their resources, these small business owners worked with publishers and creators to make a dozen variant-edition comics based on popular series. Without promotion or warning, the group simply announced and sold the comics the day they were available.

Recently, they decided to lift the veil of secrecy and talk about this experience. Despite creating artwork for the first Ghost Variant — The Walking Dead 101 — I knew very little about the group and its background. I am curious about the business side of any creative profession (for proof, listen to my podcast, Tell Me Something I Don’t Know, where Jasen Lex and I grill artists about the business side of their work). So when I heard they were ready to talk, I sent Andrew Neal some questions…

JIM RUGG: What is Ghost Variant?

ANDREW NEAL: Ghost Variant is a group of comic retailers who banded together to produce exclusive covers to popular comic books. That’s the “variant” part. The “ghost” part is that the covers were produced in secret and released without any direct promotion until the day before they went on sale.

READ THE WHOLE INTERVIEW on BoingBoing.net…

I will be at Chapel Hill Comics on July 12th with copies of the NEW Street Angel hardcover, along with Hip-Hop Family Tree’s Ed Piskor, and Transformers vs. G.I.Joe’s Tom Scioli for the Greatest Signing of All Time!

Jun 29

dotcore:

Pokémon Starters.
by Kiy Meister.

Jun 29