The coolest comic book art you won’t see in comics.
The reason you won’t see this art in comics is because artists often draw sketches, warm-ups, and commissions and post them on their Tumblrs, blogs, and Twitter. Some artists even arrange commissions through their sites so be sure to check them out to stay up to date with what they have going on.
Here’s a collection of some of the art I came across this week. Click to enlarge.
Todd Nauck posted commissions from Long Beach Comic Con on his Instagram.
Agnes Garbowska posted new art on her Instagram.
Declan Shalvey posted a Moon Knight/Mr. Kniht commission on his Instagram.
Mike Choi posted a painted Mary Jane/Venom sketch cover on his Instagram.
Bernard Chang posted new sketches on his Instagram.
Chrissie Zullo posted new art on her Instagram.
Brett Booth put more art up for sale on his Twitter.
Scott McDaniel posted a Batman commission on his Instagram.
Chris Giarrusso put a Spider-Man cover recreation and sketch cards up for sale on his website.
Kevin Wada posted an Eleven/Stranger Things commission on his Tumblr.
Joel Gomez posted a warm-up sketch on his Tumblr.
Dawn McTeigue posted a Black Canary commission on her Instagram.
Jim Lee posted the pencils for some upcoming Detective Comics #1000 covers on his Instagram.
Daniel HDR opened up his commission list for Emerald City Comic Con and C2E2. You can direct message him on his Instagram or email at firstname.lastname@example.org (subject ECCC 2019 or C2E2 2019). Here’s a couple work-in-progress commissions.
Mike McKone posted new art on his Twitter.
Ryan Ottley posted new art on his Instagram.
Mike Henderson posted a Luke Skywalker/Darth Vader piece on his Instagram.
Chris Uminga posted new art on his Instagram.
Norm Rapmund posted a Superman commission on his Instagram.
Ethan Castillo is getting ready for WonderCon and posted a few sketch covers on his Instagram.
Chris Samnee posted new art on his Instagram.
Marco Rudy posted a Stephanie Brown/Batgirl commission on his Instagram.
Bill Sienkiewicz posted a tribute to Peter Tork on his Twitter.
That’s it for this week. Let me know what you think of all the art.
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