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 Maihack, Gene Gonzales, and Otto Schmidt.
Mike Maihack posted the last of his Inktober sketches along with Delirium of the Endless on his Instagram. You can follow and support him on Patreon and get sneak peeks and process shots.
Todd Nauck posted a X-Men Post-It Note art on his Instagram.
Rod Reis posted Thirteenth Doctor and Yara Flor commissions on his Instagram.
Richard Pace posted new art on his Instagram.
Reilly Brown posted new art on his Instagram.
Mike Henderson posted ROM art on his Instagram.
Bernard Chang posted new art on his Instagram.
Jim Cheung posted Captain America and Wolverine art on his Instagram.
Joel Gomez posted new art on his Instagram.
Skottie Young posted Gorillaz art on his Instagram.
Gene Gonzales posted Hourman and Human Torch art on his Instagram.
Otto Schmidt posted new art on his Twitter.
Veronica Fish posted new art on her Instagram. They go up for sale (and sell out right away) on her Big Cartel shop.
Peter Nguyen posted new art on his Instagram. He did an art drop on his Big Cartel Store. Check out what’s still available.
Nick Cagnetti posted more Spider-Man/Hobgoblin art for Amazing Spider Talk on his Instagram.
Ryan Ottley posted Invincible art on his Instagram.
Declan Shalvey posted Psylocke art (from Peach Momoko’s Demon Day ) on his Instagram.
Andrew Robinson posted Spider-Man 2099 art on his Instagram.
Sean Chen also posted Spider-Man 2099 art and other commissions on his Instagram.
Agnes Garbowska posted new art on her Instagram.
Aaron Lopresti posted new art on his Instagram.
Jim Lee posted new art, including the Batman Who Eats Candy Corn, on his Instagram.
That’s it for this week. Let me know what you think of all the art.
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