Posts tagged "Canadian comic book creator"
Swamp Thing 5 page 20 by ~YanickPaquette
Yanick draws the HELL out of a page—always.

Swamp Thing 5 page 20 by ~YanickPaquette

Yanick draws the HELL out of a page—always.

tytempleton:

After yesterday’s Doctor Doom Bun Toon, I’ve had some requests for Darkseid vs. Santa…click the image to be taken to the ‘toon on my art blog.

tytempleton:

After yesterday’s Doctor Doom Bun Toon, I’ve had some requests for Darkseid vs. Santa…click the image to be taken to the ‘toon on my art blog.

tytempleton:

Pages from my soon-to-be printed Sketchbook…

tytempleton:

Pages from my soon-to-be printed Sketchbook

burningmonster:

Artist Marc Wolf started a sketchbook featuring his son Ronin as a samurai. I  was able to do one in the first book he started earlier this year. He had to  start a second to allow for multiple contributions over the limited time  available at conventions, so I popped a sketch in there as well.

Oh, Richard! Completely utterly gorgeous. What a lovely thing for him to do for his son (love the name Ronin, too, lucky boy).

burningmonster:

Artist Marc Wolf started a sketchbook featuring his son Ronin as a samurai. I was able to do one in the first book he started earlier this year. He had to start a second to allow for multiple contributions over the limited time available at conventions, so I popped a sketch in there as well.

Oh, Richard! Completely utterly gorgeous. What a lovely thing for him to do for his son (love the name Ronin, too, lucky boy).

Have known about Cameron Stewart’s webcomic for a while (he won a 2009 Shuster Award for it, and an 2010 Eisner for Best Digital Comic) but hadn’t continued reading it until recently. At which point I read through the whole damned thing in one fell swoop. And when I posted a link on Facebook I got notes from friends that they’d had to read through it in one fell swoop.
Gorgeous, gorgeous art and an intriguing story. And the damned thing is an ongoing…so I have to wait for the next installment! But it’s worth waiting for…

Have known about Cameron Stewart’s webcomic for a while (he won a 2009 Shuster Award for it, and an 2010 Eisner for Best Digital Comic) but hadn’t continued reading it until recently. At which point I read through the whole damned thing in one fell swoop. And when I posted a link on Facebook I got notes from friends that they’d had to read through it in one fell swoop.

Gorgeous, gorgeous art and an intriguing story. And the damned thing is an ongoing…so I have to wait for the next installment! But it’s worth waiting for…