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. (Header art above features are by Todd Nauck, Dustin Nguyen, and Kris Anka).
Todd Nauck posted new commissions on his Instagram including some Gwen Stacy sketches from the upcoming miniseries.
Dustin Nguyen posted new art on his Instagram.
Chris Giarrusso posted a Greedo sketch on his Facebook uttering his new catchphrase that everyone is talking about.
Marcus To posted a Star Trek sketch on his Instagram.
Bernard Chang posted new sketches on his Instagram.
Skottie Young posted more Daily Sketches on his Instagram.
Marc Silvestri posted sketches from GalaxyCon Minneapolis on his Instagram.
Agnes Garbowska postedTeen Titans GO!, Inside Out, and Winnie the Pooh art on her Instagram.
Ramón Pérez posted sketches from the Lucca Festival on his Instagram.
Mike Henderson posted a Daredevil commission from Thought Bubble on his Instagram.
Ryan Stegman posted a Rogol Zaar sketch cover on his Instagram.
Kris Anka posted a She-Ra pic on his Instagram.
Mahmud Asrar also posted recent commissions on his Instagram.
Chrissie Zullo posted a Mary Poppins sketch on her Instagram.
Chris Samnee posted recent commissions on his Instagram.
Reilly Brown posted new art on his Instagram.
Michael Cho posted art from NC Comicon Durham on his Instagram.
Dan Parent posted art on his Instagram (and Facebook) that he auctioned off.
Ethan Castillo also posted Spider-Man and Stan Lee sketches on his Instagram.
Jim Cheung posted new art on his Instagram.
Mike Choi posted an X-23 commission painting on his Instagram.
Marco Rudy posted an older Silver Surfer finger painting on his Instagram.
That’s it for this week. Let me know what you think of all the art.
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