I am really fond of this one. Done when Avenger:Age of Ultron premiered at a local cinema. Although the original artwork, pencil sketch and inked document have been raffled off to lucky moviegoers, I still have this to add color. Funny, but I never thought people would actually enjoy this when I put it up for our…
And it is really confusing.
Been away for so long, I hardly know my way around io9. Or Observation Deck, for that matter. Truth is, it has been a kind of roller coaster ride, the kind you do not enjoy. So now, to rekindle my love affair with io9, here’s some fantasy illustrations that I have posted on Patreon to crowdsource my dreams of…
I just discovered an illustrator by the name of Ken Taylor. I'm usually the last one to know about these things, but hey, his stuff is super rad so deal with it!
Morning all! I'm here to answer questions you might have about the art known as illustration and the wonderful world of the art gallery.
In 1979 illustrator and concept artist extraordinaire Wayne Barlowe produced the Hugo-nominated Barlowe's Guide to Extraterrestrials. Within its pages he illustrated fifty alien species from the works of Niven, Asimov, van Vogt, and others.
The format goes like this: in each podcast illustrator Len Peralta interviews a prominent geek, asks them how they want to appear on their trading card, and creates the card before the next week's interview. 52 cards, 52 weeks. To create a second season (year?) Len's turning to Kickstarter, so check out the video…
Illustrator Patricio Oliver created these gorgeous portraits for all the main female characters and some (sorry, no sexy FrankenKyle) of AHS: Coven. Which one do you like best? I'm half-tempted to use the Fleetwood Shack or Myrtle Snow ones as my phone's wallpaper for a while.
I've seen a great deal of brilliant art this week but the most outstanding newcomer (to me, I've never noticed her work before) is deviantART's iscariotic.
I'll have to be quick, If I don't post this in the next 20 minutes I'll have missed another tuesday with this thing and I'd like to keep it running regularly.
In which our reluctant hero finally unearths the eldritch curse of Lyman's mustache and lay ruin to remaining survivors of the House of Odie.
Over the last year Wendy MacNaughton and Isaac Fitzgerald have been making illustrations of people's tattoos and the stories behind them. Some are cute and sweet, others are deeper and more harrowing, all of them are heartfelt and full of personal meaning - even the ones that have later been regretted, but there's few…
Looking out for new stuff and how artists and writers create comics, I found this wonderfully illustrated, very melancholic piece of artwork. A short story told in seventeen panels.