Amazing Art Picks: Zartan, Skeletor, Conan The Barbarian, And More

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 Instagrams, Tumblrs, 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.

Click to enlarge(Header art above features art by Todd Nauck, Ryan Ottley, and Reilly Brown.

Todd Nauck posted at-home commissions on his Instagram. You can watch him draw on his YouTube channel.

Marcus To posted more sketches for those who donated money for Black Lives Matters on his Instagram.

Bernard Chang posted Wonder Woman art on his Instagram.

Sean Chen also posted Wonder Woman art on his Instagram.

Richard Pace posted Hellboy art on his Instagram.

Otto Schmidt posted more art on his Instagram and Twitter.

Dan Parent posted Archie, Sabrina, Veronica and Betty commissions on his Instagram.

Joel Gomez posted more sketches on his Instagram.

Chrissie Zullo posted Tiffa and Zelda art on her Instagram.

Ray-Anthony Height posted sketch card art on his Instagram.

Ryan Ottley posted Skeletor art on his Instagram.

Reilly Brown posted Conan art on his Instagram.

Rod Reis posted Joker and Superman art on his Instagram.

Brett Booth posted art he donated for charity on his Twitter. You can find out more information about the cause here.

Chris Uminga posted new art on his Instagram.

Nick Bradshaw posted new sketches on his Instagram.

Jim Cheung posted Spider-Woman art on his Instagram.

Skottie Young posted Fin Fang Foom art on his Instagram.

Art Baltazar posted an Ant-Man painting on his Instagram. True story.

Aaron Laurich posted some sketch cards on his Instagram. You can buy his art at his Etsy store

Agnes Garbowska posted Jessica Cruz and Dex-Starr art on her Instagram. You can check out what’s available at her online shop.

Jim Lee posted Superman art on his Instagram. The art is to support the Cayton Children’s Museum in LA. You can bid on it here.

That’s it for this week. Let me know what you think of all the art.

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