The coolest comic 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 and to support them!
Click to enlarge. (Header art above features art by Mike McKone, Otto Schmidt, and Dan Parent.
Mike McKone posted more art on his Instagram.
Todd Nauck posted Val Cooper art on his Instagram.
Richard Pace posted new art on his Instagram.
Bernard Chang posted Crush and Crow art on his Instagram.
Sean Chen also posted Crow art on his Instagram.
Reilly Brown posted Batman and Wolverine art on his Instagram.
Chris Giarrusso posted a couple sketch covers on his Instagram. Check his website to see what other art he still has available.
Joel Gomez posted new art on his Instagram.
Brett Booth posted more art on his Twitter. High res versions are on his Patreon.
Otto Schmidt posted new art on his Twitter.
Dan Parent posted some commissions from Albuquerque Comic Con on his Instagram.
Declan Shalvey posted a Scream commission on his Instagram.
Ryan Ottley posted Rick Grimes 2000 art on his Instagram.
Aaron Lopresti posted new commissions on his Instagram.
Roger Cruz also posted a Savage Land Rogue commission on his Instagram.
Nick Bradshaw posted remarques on his Instagram. He donated all sales to the Indigenous community. You can purchase his and Danica Brine’s art at www.artbycanucks.com.
Aaron Laurich posted new art on his Instagram. You can buy his art at his Etsy store.
Jim Cheung posted Daredevil and Kate Bishop art on his Instagram.
Jim Lee posted the inked and penciled version of his Suicide Squad cover for Empire Magazine on his Instagram. Alex Sinclair provided the colors for the final version.
Mike Maihack posted Stargirl art on his Instagram. He recently posted process pics on his Patreon, which was cool to see.
That’s it for this week. Let me know what you think of all the art.
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