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 Richard Pace, Mike Maihack, and Mike McKone.
Richard Pace posted Batman art on his Instagram. He’s doing some paintings that will be available with signed copies of Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham. They’ll be available through Cadence Comic Art.
Michael Walsh posted Guts and Wolverine art on his Instagram.
Chris Uminga posted new art on his Twitter. You can see his art process on his Instagram.
Otto Schmidt posted Jonathan Kent and Power Girl art on his Instagram.
Axel Medellin posted more “March of Robots” art on his Instagram.
Chrissie Zullo posted a Doctor Aphra sketch cover on her Instagram.
Joel Gomez posted new art on his Instagram.
Mike Maihack posted Arisia Rrab and Spider-Man art on his Instagram. You can follow and support him on Patreon and get (early) sneak peeks and process shots.
Mike McKone posted new art on his Instagram. All 99 recent pieces will drop on March 19 at https://www.tdartgallery.com/ArtistGalleryRoom.asp?ArtistId=1040
Phil Noto posted Lance Reddick tribute art on his Instagram.
Matteo Scalera posted Silk art on his Instagram.
Gene Gonzales posted Heat Wave, Saturn Girl, and Thunder art on his Instagram.
Aaron Laurich posted Back to the Future and Mario sketch cards on his Instagram. You can buy his original art at his online shop.
Jim Cheung posted Thing art on his Instagram.
Danica Brine posted Kate Pryde art on her Instagram, which sold on her latest art drop on. her website.
Nick Bradshaw posted Storm, Granny Goodness, and Madame Viper art on his Instagram. You can also purchase his art and Danica Brine’s at artbycanucks.com. They do an art drops every few weeks (one last Sunday). Check and see what’s available right now.
That’s it for this week. Let me know what you think of all the art.
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